Associate Professor of Biological Sciences

Drawing of a Basilisk Lizard
Interests: Herpetology, Vertebrate Morphology, Vertebrate Paleontology
Classes Taught:
BIOL 111 Human Anatomy and Physiology I
BIOL 221 Field Zoology
BIOL 315 Comparative Vertebrate Anatomy
BIOL 425/525 Herpetology
BIOL 493 Biology of Tropical Ecosystems: Tropical Herpetology
El Zota Biological Field Station
This field station is located in the northeastern portion of Limon Province of Costa Rica and is host to a variety of classes on the biology of the tropics. The field station is dedicated to conservation, education and research on the biota of the tropics. The biota of this field station is more nearly complete than at similar field stations in Costa Rica. For more information, see the El Zota Home Page.

Curriculum Vitae

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