Graham Sustainability Institute

Johannes Foufopoulos

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Associate Professor
  • Environment and Sustainability

Johannes Foufopoulos is interested in the conservation biology of terrestrial vertebrates. Some of his group's projects include the impact of habitat fragmentation on small populations, and the effects of overgrazing on the services that natural ecosystems offer to human communities. Other research topics include the impacts of human activities such as habitat modification, climate change and introductions of exotic taxa on native wildlife. A second area of interest centers on the ecology and evolution of parasites and pathogens and the impact they have on their hosts. Specific research interests include the ecological and physiological factors underlying host-parasite interactions, the dynamics of infectious diseases in natural populations and the importance of disease for the conservation of endangered wildlife. 



Current sustainability courses taught

UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)

My work contributes directly toward solving the United Nations SDGs listed below. Learn more.

No PovertyZero HungerGood Health and Well-BeingQuality EducationGender EqualityClean Water and SanitationReduced InequalitiesSustainable Cities and CommunitiesResponsible Consumption and ProductionClimate ActionLife Below WaterLife on LandPartnerships for the Goals


The affiliations listed below show engagement with the Graham Sustainability Institute.

  • Education Programs
    • Dow Programs
      • Doctoral Advisor
    • Teaching Support
  • Emerging Opportunities
    • Integrated Assessments
      • International IA
        • Team Member
  • General
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