PhD, Florida Atlantic University
Office: Biological Sciences 1130
Phone: (912) 478-1252
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General Biology, Comparative Animal Physiology
My primary research interests are founded in the sensory ecology of marine organisms. In particular, I investigate sensory adaptations of elasmobranchs and cephalopods to their physical and biological environments in terms of capabilities for color vision, predator recognition of cryptic prey, bioelectric field production and detection of bioelectric fields by shark and ray predators, and adaptability of visual function to changing environmental parameters.
Last updated: 10/19/2015