About me


My name is Eugenia Bragina. Thank you for looking at my web-site.

When I was 13 year old, I decided that nature protection is one of the most important things to do in life. Later, I went to college to study conservation biology. Many years later, I realized that conservation biology is not only about biology. Now, I am interested in ecological, social, economic and other drivers of wildlife population dynamics. And dynamics of wildlife habitat.

Currently, I am a Course Director for Russian Program of Wildlife Conservation Society. Before, I was a postdoctoral researcher in L. Scott Mills’ lab in North Carolina State University and in the SILVIS lab at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. I got my PhD from Department of Vertebrate Zoology of Moscow State University in Russia, where I am originally from.

In my spare time, I like outdoor activities and reading.