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Simone Rabeling

427 Tyler Mall
Research Assistant Professor
TEMPE Campus


Simone Cappellari Rabeling is an evolutionary ecologist who is interested in the effect of species interactions for the maintainance of biodiversity on Earth. Her research focuses on plant-pollinator interactions at the species and community levels. She is especially interested in studying community ecology and niche partitioning among species that ar involved in specialized mutualistic interactions. Her research is interdisciplinary and she uses ecological network theory, niche ecology, phylogenetic community ecology, and chemical ecology to study the influence of plant-pollinator interactions for the maintainance of diversity in natural communities. 



Ph.D., Ecology, Evolution, and Behavior Graduate Program, The University of Texas at Austin, 2011

M.S., Zoology, Eberhard-Karls Universit�t T�bingen, Germany, 2003

B.S., Biology, Botany, and Paleontology, Eberhard-Karls Universit�t T�bingen, Germany, 2001