Christina Grozinger’s work seamlessly integrates research, education and outreach related to the biology, health and conservation of pollinators, particularly honey bees and bumble bees. Her research uses integrative approaches encompassing genomics, physiology, behavior, chemical ecology and ecology. Her studies test and elaborate fundamental principles in animal behavior, evolutionary biology, disease ecology and landscape ecology. These studies have led to multiple new avenues of inquiry and provided critical knowledge that can be deployed to improve conservation of pollinators and their ecosystems.
from CNN March 9, 2017
"Pollinator declines are 'canaries in a coal mine' - - they are simply one example of larger-scale declines in animal and plant biodiversity. And really, would we want to live in a world without pollinators?" - Christina Grozinger
from NBC News March 23, 2017
“If we really do get rid of the pollinators then that means that our whole ecosystem is probably in trouble.” - Christina Grozinger
from Inside Climate News June 3, 2021
from The Morning Call October 16, 2017
from Penn Live September 22, 2020