Madhusudan Katti (Madhu for short) is an evolutionary ecologist studying biodiversity in social-ecological systems such as cities, and seeking ways to reconcile biodiversity conservation with human well-being. He is an Associate Professor of Biology at California State University, Fresno.
He communicates science to diverse audiences through a variety of media:
He founded the Central Valley Café Scientifique (http://valleycafesci.org/) and has run it for over 8 years.
He produces and hosts a monthly radio show “Science: A Candle In The Dark” for Fresno’s 88.1FM KFCF station (podcast at http://bit.ly/sciencecandle).
He writes commentaries for the local NPR station, various online and print outlets, and on my Reconciliation Ecology blog (http://coyot.es/reconciliationecology).
Three words that describe Madhu:
scientist, writer, teacher
The dots Madhu connects:
urban ecology, evolution, biodiversity, conservation, science communication