Dr. Hoy has provided leadership to the Agroecosystems Management Program of the Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center since 2006 and leads InFACT, the Initiative for Food and AgriCultural Transformation. His past research has included systems analysis and its application to integrated pest management and applied ecology. His current work provides interdisciplinary leadership toward advancements in agroecosystem health and sustainable communities. InFACT aims to combine broad interdisciplinary collaborations at Ohio state with a wide array of national and international, public and private-sector partnerships to position Ohio State as a model hub in the accelerating transformation of worldwide food systems, an incubator of new food and agricultural ecosystems at home and an active and reliable partner in the global arena.
PhD, Entomology, Cornell University
BS, Entomology, Cornell University
(Recent) United States Department of Agriculture, National Science Foundation, the Fund for Our Economic Future, Organic Valley/CROPP Cooperative, W.K. Kellogg Foundation