Miranda Kosowsky | Lab Manager

I started working in the Richards-Zawacki Lab in 2019 as an undergraduate researcher at the University of Pittsburgh. While working as an undergraduate researcher, I worked on multiple projects in the lab and most recently have been working on using eDNA as a technique to measure Bd quantity in various wetlands. I graduated from Pitt in 2021 and earned a BS in Ecology and Evolution. After graduation, I began working as the Lab Manager for the Richards-Zawacki Lab.

My research interests include disease ecology and using spatial data to measure relevant ecological patterns. When I’m not at the lab, I like playing ultimate frisbee, biking, and playing with my dog.