PC professor awarded NSF grant to study rats in urban environment

JONATHAN RICHARDSON, assistant professor of biology at Providence College, was awarded a $125,310 National Science Foundation grant to research the urban ecology and landscape genetics in local rat populations. Above, Richardson weighs a rat. / COURTESY PROVIDENCE COLLEGE
JONATHAN RICHARDSON, assistant professor of biology at Providence College, was awarded a $125,310 National Science Foundation grant to research the urban ecology and landscape genetics in local rat populations. Above, Richardson weighs a rat. / COURTESY PROVIDENCE COLLEGE
PROVIDENCE – Providence College assistant professor of biology Jonathan Richardson was awarded a $125,310 National Science Foundation grant, according to a late September announcement by the Catholic college. Using the NSF funding, Richardson and an undergraduate student will research the urban ecology and landscape genetics in local rat populations. Richardson’s was one of 30 awards…
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