Claudia Victoroff

Graduate Student

Soil Ecology

Education

  • M.S | 2020 | SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Forest Pathology and Mycology
  • B.S | 2017 | Loyola University, Environmental Science

As a PhD student in the Burke lab, my research is focused on ectomycorrhizal fungi in forest ecosystems. I am passionate about coupling field collections with molecular identification methods to investigate ectomycorrhizal species diversity. My PhD research is focused on investigating ectomycorrhizal fungal communities in forests with different land use and disturbance histories. I am particularly interested in the functional roles that fungi with distinct life history strategies fill in soil, and in symbiosis with their plant partners. My masters research investigated ectomycorrhizal fungal fruiting responses to nitrogen and phosphorus additions in Bartlett Experimental Forest, New Hampshire.

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