DR. JONATHAN A. CAMMACK is a postdoctoral associate in the FLIES Facility. Jonathan is board certified as a forensic entomologist by the American Board of Forensic Entomology. He received his BS in Entomology from Texas A&M University in 2007, MS in Entomology from Clemson University in 2009, and PhD from North Carolina State University in 2013. Jonathan’s interest is primarily decomposition ecology and its application in forensic and veterinary entomology. He has conducted behavioral research examining the behavior of blow fly larvae in response to the presence of a hymenopteran parasitoid (non-consumptive effect) as well as how abiotic conditions regulate arthropod colonization patterns of vertebrate remains. His research while in the FLIES Facility will focus on nutrition and chemical ecology of arthropods associated with ephemeral resources.