1993 PhD University of Washington (Zoology) 1985 MS Stanford University (Biological Sciences) 1984 BS Stanford University (Biological Sciences)
- Interfaces of behavior, endocrine and neuroendocrine physiology, ecology, and evolution. Specifically environmental regulation of avian annual schedules of reproduction, plumage molt and migration; scheduling tradeoffs between current reproduction and survival (future reproduction); evolution of mechanisms of responses to environmental cues such as day length, food, social factors; effects of unpredictable environmental events on behavior and physiology of free-living birds.
Areas of Emphasis
- Physiological Ecology Environmental regulation of avian annual cycles of behavior, physiology and morphology; behavioral and physiological responses of birds to unpredictable environmental events.
- Department of Neurobiology, Physiology and Behavior University of California Davis Davis, CA 95616