Sarah Diamond, PhD

George B. Mayer Chair in Urban and Environmental Studies and Assistant Professor
Department of Biology
College of Arts and Sciences

Dr. Sarah Diamond is conducting research focused on understanding and predicting biological responses to novel environments. Learn more about her research at her research lab website.

In Fall 2015 she offered her first class at the Farm: Ecophysiology of Global Changes (Biol 353/453). Her course look at how global change is an emerging threat to human health and economic stability and how rapid changes in climate, land use, and prevalence of non-native species generate novel conditions outside the range of typical conditions under which organisms evolved