Analise Fussell

Position and Affiliation

Wildlife Technician, UF - Fort Lauderdale Research and Education Center

Areas of Interest

Tropical Ecology, Island Ecology, Endangered Species Conservation, Indigenous Traditional Ecological Knowledge, Wildlife Management, Climate Change Impacts on Biodiversity, Predator-Prey Interactions, Sexual Selection and Evolution, Mating/Nesting Behaviors, Environmental Education and Outreach


B.A. Sustainability and the Environment, Minor in Environmental Studies, Certificate in Biodiversity Conservation and Management, Florida International University, 2021.

Project Involvement

Analise is currently involved in the trapping and removal of invasive Argentine black and white tegus, as well as the Everglades Invasive Reptile and Amphibian Monitoring Program (EIRAMP), where she conducts herpetofaunal surveys throughout southern Florida. Analise also assists with tracking Burmese python movements through the Everglades marsh via radio-telemetry and partakes in outreach efforts to engage the public with ongoing native and invasive species research.