Faculty Research Interests
Below are Biological Sciences faculty members who are accepting students into their labs. Please contact those whose work you find interesting to discuss potential positions.
Dr. Axel’s research interests include landscape ecology (especially of tropical dry forests), remote sensing and GIS analysis, and soundscape ecology.
Office: Science 260
Dr. Axel’s Web Page
Dr. Cyphert’s research interests are focused on transcription factors and signaling cascades involved in metabolic disease.
Office: Science 279B
Dr. Cyphert’s Web Page
Dr. Fet’s research interests include evolution, and the biogeography and taxonomy of arthropods
Office: Science 206
Dr. Fet’s Web Page
Dr. Mallory ’s research interests include neural/endocrine factors controlling secretion of LH and FSH, and anomalies in neural/endocrine function resulting from gestational ETOH exposure
Office: Science 350
Dr. Mays’ research interests include phylogeography, systematics, biogeography, behavior, genomics and molecular evolution especially in the birds of East Asia and North America
Office: Science 390
Dr. Mays’ Web Page