I'm a wildlife ecologist and conservation scientist working with the Center for Conservation Innovation at Defenders of Wildlife. My research and outreach focus on understanding the socio-ecological drivers of human-wildlife interactions and developing effective tools for management and policy decision-makers to transform conflict into coexistence.
I've worked in North America, Asia, and Africa on a range of taxa and specialize on large carnivores, including wolves, tigers, leopards, and lions. I draw on an interdisciplinary toolkit rooted in the natural and social sciences, including ecological field data and social surveys.
Defenders of Wildlife
Washington DC, USA
jmiller [at] defenders.org