Visiting Students


Caroline N. Flynn

Carol graduated with a Bachelor's degree in Ecology from Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ) in 2019. Currently, she is an Ecology and Evolution master student at the Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro (UERJ) and a visiting student in the Carnaval Lab at The City College of New York.


She joined Ana Carnaval's lab in October 2021 with a CAPES PrInt Fellowship to work on her project for a few months. In her master's, she is researching the genetic variation and population structure in Hylodes fredi, a frog endemic to Ilha Grande, a continental island in southeast Brazil.


Carol has work experience with herpetofauna conservation in the Brazilian Atlantic Forest. She is interested in biodiversity conservation, population genetics, phylogeography, and climate change impacts on species.