M.Sc. Student, McGill University
Supervisor: Dr. Cynthia Kallenbach
About Caitlyn Horsch
Caitlyn Horsch grew up in Minnesota and received her BA in biology and environmental science from the University of Minnesota Morris. She is currently a master’s student at McGill university co-supervised by Dr. Cynthia Kallenbach and Dr. Pedro Antunes. At McGill, she is examining how arbuscular mycorrhizal (AM) life history traits, AM community composition, and root architecture impact soil carbon dynamics. Caitlyn became interested in plant-soil ecology and biogeochemistry after taking a course on agroecology. After graduation she would like to continue researching sustainable agricultural and silvicultural practices. In her free time Caitlyn enjoys art and the outdoors.