Alex Bajcz

Quantitative Ecologist

2003 Upper Buford Cir
St Paul, MN 55108
United States


Dr. Alex Bajcz is a plant ecologist and environmental scientist by training; his past research has explored how and why plants reproduce as they do, how global change processes may disrupt that reproduction, and why invasives may experience enhanced reproductive success over their native peers. He strives to find actionable solutions to ecological problems like invasion and empower stakeholders to implement them. This goal led him to pursue computational and quantitative skills, which hold profound promise for guiding and shaping how these types of problems will be solved in the 21st Century and beyond. Alex's primary responsibilities include overseeing MAISRC's data collection, management, and dissemination efforts and consulting with MAISRC research fellows and stakeholders on quantitative matters.