Professor of Biology.
B.A. (Psychology) Colorado College 1976; A.M. (Biopsychology) University of Chicago 1981; Ph.D. (Physiology) University of California at Berkeley 1990.
My primary interests include physiology of the sense of smell in mammals, modeling and analyzing neural network interactions, behavioral ecology of reptiles and amphibians, and electronic and computer simulations for teaching neuroscience and animal behavior. MSC 106.
My research interests include the functional neurophysiology of the vertebrate olfactory system, physiology and reproductive biology of parasitoid wasps, graphical and statistical methods for neuronal spike-train analysis, and hardware and software simulations in neurophysiology, behavioral ecology, and evolution. Website.
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