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C.V.

CURRENT POSITION

Assistant Professor (2009-present), Biology Department and Neuroscience Program, Rhodes College, Memphis, TN
    Chair of IACUC
    Research Topics: “Neuroendocrine Regulation of Social Behaviors”, “Evolution of Social Behavior Networks”
    Courses Taught: Animal Physiology, Neuroendocrinology, Neuroscience, Neuroscience Research Methods, Senior Seminar, Intro Biology II & Lab, Research

EDUCATION 

Ph.D. 2006. Arizona State University, Biology (emphasis in Physiology)
    Research Topic: "Neural Mechanisms Underlying the Effects of Testosterone on Aggressive Behavior"
    Advisor: Dr. Michael C. Moore

H.B.Sc. 1999. University of Toronto, Behavior (program in Zoology and Psychology)
    Research Topic: "Male Phenotype Reflects Fertility in the Guppy"
    Advisors: Drs. Mart R. Gross and F. Helen Rodd


APPOINTMENTS

Postdoctoral Research Associate (2007-2009), Indiana University
    Research Topic: "The Role of Context and Neural Connectivity in the Regulation of Social Behaviors"
    Advisor: Dr. James L. Goodson

Postdoctoral Research Associate (2007), University of California at San Diego
    Research Topic: "The Role of Context and Neural Connectivity in the Regulation of Social Behaviors"
    Advisor: Dr. James L. Goodson

Faculty Associate (Fall 2006, half-time) Arizona State University, West Campus
    BIO365 Human Organism (Introductory Biology for Non-Majors)

Postdoctoral Associate (Fall 2006, half-time) Arizona State University
    Research Topic: "Neural Mechanisms Underlying the Effects of Testosterone on Aggressive Behavior in the Tree Lizard, Urosaurus ornatus"
    Advisor: Dr. Michael C. Moore

Adjunct Faculty (Summer 2006), Phoenix College, Phoenix, AZ
    BIO160 Anatomy and Physiology (for Non-Majors)

Laboratory Instructor/Teaching Assistant (1999-2006), Arizona State University
    Introductory Biology, Anatomy and Physiology, Animal Physiology

Undergraduate Research Assistant (1996-1999), University of Toronto
    Research Topics: Sexual selection in guppies (w/ Dr. M.R. Gross) & Priming of visual attention in pigeons (w/ Dr. S.J. Shettleworth)

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