Dr Romina Rader is a community ecologist and my research focuses on plant–animal interactions in natural and human-modified landscapes. Dr Rader is interested generally in the ecology of plants and animals in different types of habitats and landscapes and how they respond to differing management practices and global change. Dr Rader’s current projects relate to wild and managed insect pollinators, their efficiency at pollinating horticultural crops and finding ways to improve fruit yield and quality by understanding their life history needs.

P2-025 Raspberry Pollination
Project Leader