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Nick Georgiadis, Ph.D.

Senior Research Scientist, PI
ecosystem restoration science

Nicholas Georgiadis is a Research Scientist at the Puget Sound Institute, contributing to ecosystem-based management and restoration. After a Ph.D. in ecology, Nick created and ran the African Elephant Genetics Survey for six years, based at Washington University in St. Louis. As a Research and Teaching Fellow at Princeton University for 12 years, he was director of Mpala Research Center, a facility for ecosystem research, conservation, and education in northern Kenya. From 2009-10 he was director of the Crooked River Watershed Council in central Oregon.