Aquatic Invasive Species Coordinator, Michigan DNR
Dr. Lucas Nathan is the aquatic invasive species coordinator for the Michigan Department of Natural Resources Fisheries Division. In his current role he collaborates with partners across the Great Lakes to implement the Fisheries Division's aquatic invasive species program. His background is in fisheries management with experience conducting research on aquatic invasive species, genetic applications to fisheries conservation, and decision-making science. He has a bachelor’s degree in fisheries from University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, a master’s in conservation biology from Central Michigan University, and a doctorate in natural resources from the University of Connecticut.