Curriculum Vitae





Matthew Lundquist Ph. D.

[Current Position]

Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of Natural Sciences, Marymount Manhattan College

[Education]

Ph. D. Biology, Binghamton University, 2018

M.S. Entomology, Michigan State University, 2013

B.S. Biology, State University of New York College at Oneonta, 2010

A.A. Liberal Arts, Hudson Valley Community College, 2007

[Teaching]

Marymount Manhattan College

Introductory Biology II (Biol 222)

Conservation Biology (Biol 330)

Ecology (Biol 392)

Environmental Science (ENV 115)

New York City: Urban Ecosystem (NYC 103)

Binghamton University

Zoology (Biol 371)

[Professional Experience]

Lab Assistant, Griffin Lab West Nile Laboratory, Wadsworth Center, New York State Department of Health, P.I. Laura Kramer (2010)

[Student Mentoring]

Marymount Manhattan College

Madison Weisend (Spring 2019 - ), research student, Exploring water scarcity through the dynamics of social power: The case of the Thar Desert (poster presented at 2019 Mid-Atlantic SENCER conference, New York, NY)

Binghamton University

Sophia Osorio (Fall 2016 – Spring 2017), independent study, The effects of urbanization on litter decomposition in submerged litter bags in Greater Binghamton streams (Undergraduate research grant award winner)

Sabrina Jorge (Fall 2016), independent study, Density of algal cells in periphyton from urban streams

Erika Kalgren (Spring 2016), independent study, The effects of road salt on aquatic invertebrates (Undergraduate research grant award winner)

Dejohn Llamas (Summer 2016), Bridges to the Baccalaureate Program Students, The effects of urbanization on allochthonous and autochthonous energy sources in headwater streams in Greater Binghamton, NY

Herut Tekilu (Summer 2015), Bridges to the Baccalaureate Program Students, Contrasting litter inputs and debris dams between urban and rural stream sites

Connor Daniel (Summer 2014 – Spring 2015), Howard Hughes Medical Institute STEM Interdisciplinary Research Program Student Microbial metal cycling and bioaccumulation in roadside soils and streams.

[Research Publications]

Aquatic insect diversity in streams across a rural–urban land-use discontinuum (2019). Lundquist, MJ and Zhu, W. Hydrobiologia.

Aquatic insect functional diversity and nutrient content in urban streams in a medium-sized city (2018). Lundquist, MJ and Zhu, W. Ecosphere, e02284

[Research Presentations]

The effects of urbanization on allochthonous and autochthonous energy sources in headwater streams in Greater Binghamton, NY (2017). Lundquist MJ and Zhu W. Poster presented at the annual Mid-Atlantic Ecological Society of America meeting Stockton University, Galloway, NJ.

Allochthonous vs autochthonous energy sources in urban headwater streams (2017). Lundquist MJ and Zhu W. Presentation given during the BGSO graduate student symposium, Binghamton University, Binghamton, NY

Insect community composition is affected by urbanization in headwater streams in Binghamton, NY (2016). Lundquist MJ and Zhu W. Presentation given during the BGSO graduate student symposium, Binghamton University, Binghamton, NY.

The effects of urbanization on aquatic insect communities in low order streams in Binghamton, NY (2015). Lundquist MJ and Zhu W. Presentation given at the annual Ecological Society of America conference, Baltimore, MD.

The effects of urbanization on stream insect communities in Greater Binghamton (2015). Lundquist, MJ. Presentation given during the BGSO graduate student symposium, Binghamton University, Binghamton, NY

Aquatic insect collecting and stream health (2014). Lundquist MJ. Presentation given for the Sierra Club Water Sentinels meeting at Binghamton University, Binghamton, NY

The role of nitrogen in mosquito growth and competition between Aedes japonicus and Aedes triseriatus (2013). Lundquist MJ, Walker ED, Kaufman MG. Presentation given at the Michigan Mosquito Control Association Annual Meeting, Bay City, MI

Nitrogen dynamics in Aedes triseriatus and Aedes japonicus larval habitats and their relation to larval growth (2012). Lundquist MJ, Walker ED, Kaufman MG. Presentation given at the Society of Vector Ecologists Annual Meeting, St. Augustine, FL

Growing up fast: The ins and outs of why Aedes japonicus may exploit some larval habitats better than Aedes triseriatus (2012). Lundquist MJ, Walker ED, Kaufman MG. Presentation given at Michigan Mosquito Control Association Annual Meeting, Troy, MI

Nosema ceranae decrease survival of caged honey bees (2011). Lundquist M, Van Tran T, Huang Z Y. Poster Presentation for Graduate Student Research Day, Michigan State University

Mixed infections of Nosema apis and Nosema ceranae decrease survival of caged honey bees (2010). Lundquist MJ, Van Tran T, Huang ZY. Poster Presentation at the Entomological Society Annual Meeting in San Diego, CA

Regressional Analysis of Endangered Species in the United States (2010). Independent Study in Statistics, Stat 397, co-author Luke Soposki, Advised by Jen-Ting Wang, PhD. Department of Mathematics, Computer Science, and Statistics, State University of New York College at Oneonta. Presented at SUNY Oneonta student research day

Observation of Honey Bee (Apis mellifera L.) Flower Choice of Native Yellow Trout Lily (Erythtronium americana Ker Gawl.) and Non-native Garlic Mustard (Alliaria petiolata (Bieb.)) (2010). Independent Study in Biology, Biol 397 , Advised by Donna Vogler, PhD. Department of Biology, State University of New York College at Oneonta, Funding from The Research Foundation of the State University of New York. Presented at SUNY Oneonta student research day

[Grants and Awards]

Sister Colette Mahoney Science Research Grant (2019)

Binghamton University Center for Integrated Watershed Studies Graduate Research Award (2018)

Mid-Atlantic Ecological Society of America Graduate Student Poster Award (2nd place, 2017)

Binghamton University Sustainable Communities TAE grant (2015)

Hutson Research Grant, Department of Entomology, East Lansing, MI (2012)

Society for Vector Ecology Student Presenter Stipend (2012)

Hutson Travel Grant, Department of Entomology, East Lansing, MI (2012)

Hutson Travel Grant, Department of Entomology, East Lansing, MI (2011)

Hutson Travel Grant, Department of Entomology, East Lansing, MI (2010)

State University of New York College at Oneonta Research Foundation Student Research Grant (2010)

[Outreach]

Ask a Scientist, Binghamton Press and Sun Bulletin, February 2017

Aquatic insect collecting and stream health (2014). Lundquist MJ. Presentation given for the Sierra Club Water Sentinels meeting at Binghamton University, Binghamton, NY

Michigan Mosquito Control table at Lansing Earth Day Celebration, Earth Day 2011 and 2012  

[Scientific Society Memberships]

Society for Freshwater Science

Entomological Society of America

Ecological Society of America

Society for Vector Ecology (Past)

Michigan Mosquito Control Association (Past)


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