Dr. Matt Ingle
Dr. Matthew Ingle teaches the Animal Ecology course during Summer Session I at the Great Lakes Campus. Matt has served on the faculty at Cedarville University, Biola University, and is now an Associate Professor at The Master's College in California. He specializes in parasitology and animal ecology, and teaches courses in both molecular biology and ecology.
Matt received his Ph.D. in Biology from Loma Linda University, where he studied the relationship between raccoon ecology and parasitism from raccoon roundworm. While he studied parasitology, he developed expertise in both molecular biology and ecological principles. Matt's research provided models for predicting where disease is most prevalent, and how parasites are transmitted. Matt's publications have appeared in the International Journal for Parasitology: Parasites and Wildlife, and the conference proceedings of the American Society of Mammalogists and the American Society of Parasitologists.