The Integrative Study of Animal Behavior

  • Founded
    2014
  • Seminar Number
    773

Animal behavior is the ultimate complex and integrated trait, shaped not only by gene, protein, neural, endocrine interactions, but also by interactions among animals of the same and even different species. This Seminar takes an integrative approach to exploring animal behavior by bring together scientists that work in the lab and field to study neuroscience, behavioral ecology, behavioral endocrinology, functional genomics, population genetics, comparative physiology, and more.


Chair
Professor Dustin R. Rubenstein
dr2497@columbia.edu

Rapporteur
TBA


For the Fall 2017 semester this seminar will be in abeyance.

 

Welcome

Meetings


7:00 PM

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