Conservation & Science Staff Bios

Adrienne Savrin

  Research Assistant
Alexander Center for Applied Population Biology

Education

  • B.S. – Environmental Science: Conservation Biology and Biodiversity, University of Vermont

Areas of Expertise

  • Conservation Biology
  • Ecology and Evolution
  • Population Genetics

About Adrienne Savrin:

Adrienne received her B.S. in environmental science in 2012 from the University of Vermont. After graduating she interned with the Bureau of Land Management working on an ongoing population study on the flat-tail horn lizard in California. Afterwards she worked as an intern in the education department at the Conservancy of Southwest Florida.

After moving to Chicago, Adrienne joined Lincoln Park Zoo as a population biology intern in the Population Management Center and Alexander Center for Applied Population Biology. She then was hired on as the research assistant as part of the Institute for Museum and Library Services grant to assist in simulation-based modeling to analyze the long term sustainability for Association of Zoos and Aquariums Species Survival Programs®.