Gloria @ Córdoba, Spain

Gloria M. Luque, PhD is ACS's lead scientist. She also holds a research position with the CNRS (French National Centre for Scientific Research) at University of South Paris. Her research interests include the ecology of social species, invasive biology, species conservation, and climate change. She earned a Ph.D. from University of Cordoba, and held a post-doctoral position at Ohio State University and a Marie Curie Fellowship at University of South Paris. She provides statistical, modeling, and scientific support to ACS's projects. Recent work with ACS includes leading expert elicitation surveys and return on investment analyses for marine and coastal conservation. Gloria is fluent in English, French, and Spanish. She is based in Cordoba, Spain.