Curriculum Vitae

Education

Post Doctoral Associate May 2012 to August 2015

Mentor: Karen Mesce

Department of Entomology

University of Minnesota, St. Paul, MN

Post Doctoral Scholar September 2009 to April 2012

Mentor: Daniel Wagenaar

Department of Biology

Broad Fellows Program in Brain Circuitry

California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, CA

Visiting Research Scholar Summer 2006

Mentor: Ansgar Büschges

Institute for Zoology at University of Cologne Germany

Mentors: Josef Schmitz, Volker Dürr

Department of Biological Cybernetics at University of Bielefeld.

PhD Biology Awarded August 2009

Mentor: Roy Ritzmann

Thesis title “Negotiation of Barriers by Intact and Brain-Lesioned Cockroaches”

Department of Biology

Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OH

B.S. Biology Awarded January 2002

Department of Biology

Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OH

Research Interest

Throughout my career I have been interested in how sensory information guides motor decisions. Despite their seeming simplicity, invertebrates are capable of complex behaviors. As with higher vertebrates, behavioral complexity depends on the brain. My thesis work focused specifically on the central complex, a region of the insect brain composed of multiple sub-regions. My work showed that each of these sub-regions had its own function in governing particular complex behaviors. Ultimately, my work has helped to illuminate how encoded sensory information passes from structure to structure eventually becoming transformed into motor commands. At the cellular level, how does sensory information morph into motor commands? This question led me to study the leech-- a system which has been used to identify neural circuits underlying many behaviors at the level of individual cells. Some of the best studied circuits are involved in controlling rhythmic behaviors such as swimming and crawling. Why would a leech choose one behavior over another? In my research, I found that during predatory behavior, leeches are biased toward crawling, and crawling makes them better able to localize pretty. In contrast, another study showed that when presented with UV light, a noxious stimulus, leeches swim away from its source. Armed with these robust behavioral responses and a suite of anatomical and physiological tools, I aim to examine, at the level of the neural network, how sensory information such as this is encoded and used to guide context-dependent locomotor decisions.

Teaching

Courses designed and instructed:

Human Biology Fall 2017-Spring 2018

Department of Natural Sciences

Metropolitan State University

A human physiology course for undergraduate non-science majors

Introduction to Neurophysiology Spring 2017 to present

Department of Natural Sciences

Metropolitan State University

An undergraduate capstone course that teaches neuroscience from cells to complex behaviors

Comparative Physiology Spring 2016 to present

Department of Natural Sciences

Metropolitan State University

An undergraduate upper division course with lab which examines common ground plans of physiological systems and how they become adapted over evolutionary time to different conditions.

Human Anatomy and Physiology I and II Spring 2016 to present

Metropolitan State University

A two semester anatomy and physiology course (including lab) which serves to teach students desiring health related careers about the anatomy (form) and physiology (function) of the human body.

Sensory Neuroethology Fall 2015

Metropolitan State University

An undergraduate capstone course teaching neuroethology focusing on sensory systems and experimental methodologies.

Scientific Communication and Ethics Fall 2014

Department of Entomology

University of Minnesota

A graduate-level course about ethics and how to effectively present data in a variety of formats.

The Sensory Neuroethology of Courtship Spring 2012

Division of Biology

California Institute of Technology

A primary literature course focusing on how sensory systems are adapted for animal communication and exploited for predatory gains.

Courses instructed:

General Biology 2 Fall 2015

Department of Natural Sciences

Metropolitan State University

Biorobotics Spring 2008, Spring 2009

Graduate Teaching Assistant

Case Western Reserve University

Mentored and assisted students working within interdisciplinary groups of biologists and engineers on a semester long research project for this project-based biologically inspired robotics course

Organisms and Ecosystems (Physiology) Spring 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007

Graduate Teaching Assistant

Case Western Reserve University

Lectured, monitored, and graded for the undergraduate physiology lab

Neurobiology of Behavior Fall 2004

Graduate Teaching Assistant

Case Western Reserve University

Led discussions about impactful literature within the field of neuroethology and graded for the upper level course ‘neurobiology of behavior’

Invited lectures in other courses:

Insect Structure and Function December 2, 2013

Guest Lecture: “Insect locomotion”

Department of Entomology

University of Minnesota

Microbiology April 28, 2008 and April 27, 2009

Guest Lecture: “Beer: An Introduction”

Department of Biology

Case Western Reserve University


Peer Reviewed Publications

Harley, CM, Edgerton, J., Auletta, A (2019) "To Vaccinate or Not to Vaccinate: A Classroom Activity illustrating Herd Immunity" CourseSource (submitted)

Auletta, A, Rue, M.C P, Harley, CM, Mesce, K. A. (2019) The Anatomical Distribution Pattern of Dopaminergic Neurons in the Central Nervous System of the Wolf Spider, Hogna lenta (Araneae: Lycosidae) J. Comp Neurol. In revision

*Harley, CM, Asplen MA (2018) Annelid Vision. Oxford Encyclopedia of Neuroscience

* Thompson, KJ, Harley, CM, Barthel, GM, Sanders, MA, and Mesce, KA (2015) Plasmon Resonance and the imaging of metal-impregnanted neurons with the laser scanning confocal microscope. Elife 4:e09388

* Martin, JP, Guo, PG, Mu, L, Harley, CM, Ritzman, RE (2015) Central-complex control of movement in the freely walking cockroach. Current Biology, 25: 2795-2803

Harley CM, Reilly, MG, Stewart C, Schlegel C, Morley E, Puhl JG, Nagel, C, Crisp, KM, Mesce KA (2015) Compensatory plasticity restores locomotion following chronic removal of descending projections. J. Neurophysiology, 113(10): 3610-3622

Harley CM, Wagenaar DA (2013) Scanning behavior in the leech Hirudo Verbana. PLOS ONE 9(1):e86120

Harley CM (2013) A win for science: The benefits of mentoring high school students in the lab. JUNE (Journal for Undergraduate Neuroscience Education) 12(1): E1-5

* Harley CM, Rossi M, Cienfuegos J, Wagenaar DA (2013) Discontinuous locomotion and prey sensing in the leech. Journal of Experimental Biology 216 (10): 1890-1897

Ritzmann RE, Harley CM, Daltorio KA, Tietz BR, Pollack AJ, Bender JA, Guo P, Horomanski AL, Kathman ND, Nieuwoudt C, Brown AE, Quinn RD (2012) Deciding which way to go: How do insects alter movements to negotiate barriers? Frontiers in Neuroscience, 6: 97.

* Harley CM, Cienfuegos J, Wagenaar DA (2011) Developmentally regulated multisensory integration for prey localization in the medicinal leech. Journal of Experimental Biology, 214(22): 3801-3807

Harley CM and Ritzmann RE (2010) Electrolytic lesions within central complex neuropils of the cockroach brain affect negotiation of barriers. Journal of Experimental Biology, 213(16): 2851-2864

* Harley CM, English BA, Ritzmann RE (2009) Characterization of obstacle negotiation behaviors in the cockroach, Blaberus discoidalis. Journal of Experimental Biology, 212(10): 1463-1476

Lewinger WA, Harley CM, Watson MS, Ritzmann RE, Branicky MS, Quinn RD (2008) Insect and animal-inspired sensing to enable autonomous mobile robot obstacle avoidance. Applied Bionics and Biomechanics, 6(1): 43-61

Lewinger WA, Harley CM, Ritzmann RE, Branicky MS, Quinn RD (2005) Insect-like antennal sensing for climbing and tunneling behavior in a biologically-inspired mobile robot. IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA05), Barcelona.

† Co- first author

* Featured article


Other Publications

Laboratory Activities written for Visible Body’s Human Anatomy Atlas

      • Special senses: vision
      • Special senses: the ear
      • Special senses: smell and taste

Laboratory Activities written for Visible Body’s Anatomy and Physiology App

      • Special senses: system primer
      • Special senses: taste and smell
      • Special senses: vision
      • Special senses: the ear

I also was responsible for the anatomical markers for Broadmann's areas in Visible Body's 3D brain model.

Invited Talks

C.M. Harley How Hirudo got its groove back: examining the role of physical therapy in recovery following nerve cord injury" Society for Experimental Biology 2019

C.M. Harley “Learning: A Neural Perspective” Brain Awareness Week, Metropolitan State University 2018

C.M. Harley “Textbooks are not the only option—teaching Anatomy and Physiology using an App” STAR Symposium February 2018

C.M. Harley “The eyes have it: The visual guidance of host localization and escape in the medicinal leech” JB Johnston Club Annual Meeting. Washington, D.C., November 2014

C.M. Harley “Small minds, Big World: Learning from invertebrate navigation” Brain awareness week. St. Olaf College. Northfield MN October 2013

C.M. Harley “Trick or Treat: How leeches localize their prey” Smith College. Northampton, MA October 2013

C.M. Harley “Closing multiple loops: How sensory processing influences locomotor behavior and vice versa” Gordon Research Seminar: Closing the Loop. West Dover, VT August 2013

C.M. Harley “Crawl vs Swim: How leeches decide between two competing motor programs” University of Minnesota. St. Paul, MN April 2013

C.M. Harley and K.A. Mesce "You can’t always get what you want, but if you crawl sometimes, you might just find, you get what you need". Wright State University. Dayton, OH March 2013

C.M. Harley "Beyond the pest: what cockroaches can tell us about neural control of complex behavior". University of Minnesota. St. Paul, MN November 2012

C.M. Harley M. Rossi, J. Cienfuegos, K.A. Mesce and D. A. Wagenaar "To swim or to crawl: the effect of different locomotor states on prey Localization". JB Johnston Club Annual Meeting. New Orleans, LA October 2012

C.M. Harley and D.A. Wagenaar "Finding the right food: Developmental regulation of prey sensing". Flow Sensing in Air and Water. Bonn, Germany July 2011

C.M. Harley and R.E. Ritzmann “Why do cockroaches have brains?” Case Western Reserve University. Cleveland, OH August 2009

C.M. Harley and R.E. Ritzmann “Using your head: the involvement of the cockroach brain and head sensors in obstacle negotiation behaviors” California Institute of Technology. Pasadena, CA February 2009

C.M. Harley and R.E. Ritzmann “If I only had a brain: the involvement of the cockroach brain and head sensors in obstacle negotiation behaviors” University of Maryland Baltimore County. Baltimore, MD November 2008

C.M. Harley and R.E. Ritzmann “Using behavioral analysis to diagnose deficits in insects with discrete lesions of the central body complex” Insect Behavior: Small Brains, Big Functions, Janelia Farm. Washington, D.C. March 2007

C.M. Harley and R.E. Ritzmann “The role of head sensors in the avoidance of complex obstacles” Universität zu Köln. Cologne, Germany June 2006

C.M. Harley and R.E. Ritzmann “The role of head sensors in the avoidance of complex obstacles” University of Bielefeld. Bielefeld, Germany July 2006

C.M. Harley and R.E. Ritzmann “Complex decisions about simple obstacles: cockroach climbing and tunneling” East Coast Nerve Net. Woods Hole, MA April 2006

C.M. Harley and R.E. Ritzmann “How cockroaches use head sensors to navigate complex environments” Case Western Reserve University. Cleveland, OH March 2006

C.M. Harley and R.E. Ritzmann “Investigating the role of motion senstitive cells in mantis strike” Case Western Reserve University. Cleveland, OH April 2005. (as part of qualifying exam)

Posters

Kelly Sheehy, Emiliya Bayko, Elizabeth Baseka-Nemmeh, Andrew Clayburn, Brandon Young, C.M. Harley (2018) Crawling Back to you: A Study of Leeches and Light. Midbrains 2018

C.M. Harley (2018) “Homeostasis: The Game”— Using a game to teach the relationship between the endocrine system and homeostasis. SABER Minneapolis MN July 2018

C. Yoder, B. Chi, C.M.Harley (2017) “In search of the leech optimotor response” Student Scholars Syposium St Paul MN, April 2018

C. Yoder, B. Chi, C.M.Harley (2017) “In search of the leech optimotor response” Midbrains St Paul MN, Nov 2017

A. Auletta, C.M.Harley , M. CP Rue, K.A. Mesce (2016) The Organization of the Spider Nervous System as Revealed by Dopamine Immunolabeling and Confocal Microscopy. International Society of Arachnology. Colorado.

A. Auletta, C.M.Harley , M. CP Rue, K.A. Mesce (2016) The Organization of the Spider Nervous System as Revealed by Dopamine Immunolabeling and Confocal Microscopy. Entomological Society of America Minneapolis MN

A. Auletta, C.M. Harley, K.A. Mesce (2015) Journey to the Center of the Spider: The First Immunocytochemical Analysis of Dopamine in the CNS of a Spider & Possible Behavioral Correlates Gordon Research Seminar. Lucca Italy

C. M. Harley, M. Reilly, C. Stewart, E. Morley, M. Songpitak, S. Hadir, K. Crisp, K.A. Mesce (2014) Homeostatic plasticity directed by physical therapy facilitates locomotor recovery after removal of cephalic inputs. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. Washington, D.C.

K.J. Thompson, C. M. Harley, M. A. Sanders, K.A. Mesce (2014) Imaging silver-impregnated histological preparations with confocal microscopy. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. Washington, D.C.

C. M. Harley, M. Reilly, C. Stewart, E. Morley, M. Songpitak, S. Hadir, K. Crisp, K.A. Mesce (2014) Compensatory plasticity directed by physical therapy facilitates locomotor recovery after removal of cephalic inputs. Intl. Soc. Neuroethology. Abstr. Sapporo, Japan

C. M. Harley, K.J. Thompson, M. A. Sanders, K.A. Mesce (2014) Seeing a new silver lining: Imaging silver-impregnated histological preparations with confocal microscopy. Intl. Soc. Neuroethology. Abstr. Sapporo, Japan

C. M. Harley, M. Reilly, C. Schlegel, S.M.A.J. Haidir, K.A. Mesce (2013) Physical therapy in an invertebrate model facilitates locomotor recovery after nerve cord injury. Soc Neurosci Abstr. San Diego, CA

C.M. Harley, K.A. Mesce (2013) Visual Processing in the medicinal leech: More than meets eye. Soc Neurosci Abstr. San Diego, CA

C.M. Harley Closing multiple loops: How sensory processing influences locomotor behavior and vice versa. Gordon Research Conference: Closing the Loop. West Dover, VT August 2013

K.A. Mesce, C. M. Harley, A. J. Shafqat, K. M. Crisp, M. Reilly, E. Morley, C. Schlegel, C. W. Nagel, J.G. Puhl (2012) Organization of dopamine regulated locomotor behavior in the medicinal leech. Soc Neurosci Abstr. New Orleans, LA

C. M. Harley, M. Rossi, J. Cienfuegos, D. A.Wagenaar, K. A. Mesce (2012) Sensory guidance of locomotor behavior in the medicinal leech. Soc Neurosci Abstr. New Orleans, LA

K. A. Mesce, C. M. Harley, K. M. Crisp, A. J.Shafqat, C. W. Nagel, J. G. Puhl (2012) Steps and strides in understanding how a dopamine regulated locomotor behavior is organized in the medicinal leech. Intl. Soc. Neuroethology. Abstr. College Park, MD

C.M. Harley, M. Rossi, J. Cienfuegos, K. A. Mesce, D. A.Wagenaar (2012) To see or not to see: integration of sensory information in the medicinal leech is dependent on mode of locomotion. Intl. Soc. Neuroethology. Abstr. College Park, MD

J. P. Martin, L. Mu, C. M. Harley, M. Kesavan and R. E. Ritzmann(2012) Origin of descending inputs controlling reflex reversals in the cockroach (Blaberus discoidalis). Intl. Soc. Neuroethology. Abstr.College Park, MD

C.M. Harley, J. Nagarah, J. Cienfuegos, M. Rossi, D.A. Wagenaar (2011) Multisensory integration underlying host detection in the medicinal leech. Soc Neurosci Abstr. Washington, D.C.

C.M. Harley, J. Cienfuegos, D.A. Wagenaar (2010) Frequency dependence of responses to prey in the leech Hirudo medicinalis during different life stages. Soc Neurosci Abstr. San Diego, CA

C.M. Harley, J. Cienfuegos, D.A. Wagenaar (2010) Frequency dependence of prey localization responses in the leech Hirudo medicinalis during different life stages. Intl. Soc. Neuroethology Abstr. Salamanca, Spain

C.M. Harley, L. Mu, R.E. Ritzmann (2009) Lesions within specific cockroach brain regions reveal control for obstacle avoidance. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. Chicago, IL

C.M.Harley, S.J. Awe, L. Mu, J.A. Bender, R.E. Ritzmann (2008) Discrete lesions within the cockroach brain affect obstacle negotiation behaviors. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. Washington, D.C.

C.M. Harley, B. A. English, R.E. Ritzmann (2008) Using your head: the involvement of the cockroach brain and head sensors in obstacle negotiation behaviors. Adaptive Motion of Animals and Machines Cleveland, OH.

C.M. Harley, B. A. English, R.E. Ritzmann (2007) Discrete lesions within the cockroach brain and their effect on negotiation of barriers. Kleinztiern Konferenz Tutzing, Germany

C.M. Harley, B. A. English, A. Pollack, R.E. Ritzmann (2007) Discrete lesions within the cockroach brain and their effect on negotiation of barriers. Intl. Soc. Neuroethology Abstr. Vancouver, Canada

C.M. Harley, J. Predina, R.E. Ritzmann (2006) Responses to incomplete sensory information in cockroach climbing behavior. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. Atlanta, GA

C.M. Harley, W.A. Lewinger, R.E. Ritzmann, R.D. Quinn (2006) Characterization of obstacle avoidance behaviors in the cockroach Blaberus discoidalis and implementation in a semi-autonomous robot. Research ShowCase. Cleveland, OH

C.M. Harley, W.A. Lewinger, R.E. Ritzmann, R.D. Quinn (2005) Characterization of obstacle avoidance behaviors in the cockroach Blaberus discoidalis and implementation in a semi-autonomous robot. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. Washington, D.C.

C.M. Harley, W.A. Lewinger, R.E. Ritzmann, R.D. Quinn (2005) High-speed video and kinematic analysis of transitional behaviors in the cockroach. Research ShowCase Cleveland, OH

R.E. Ritzmann, C.M. Rice*, A.J. Pollack, A.L. Ridgel, D.A. Kingsley, and R.D. Quinn (2001) Roles of descending control in locomotion through complex terrain. Intl. Soc. Neuroethology Abstr. Bonn, Germany, *maiden name

Awards/Activities

CourseSource Scholarship July 2018

Scholarship to attend course source workshop

ADInstruments Crawfly Scholarship July 2017

Scholarship to attend the crawfly workshop in Ithaca, NY

Professional Development Grant Multiple occasions

Metropolitan State University


International Congress of Neuroethology

Elected to general council August 2013

Company of Biologists

Direct Travel Award August 2010

Travel Award to attend the Society for Neuroethology meeting in Salamanca Spain

Society for Neuroscience: Women in Neuroscience

Graduate Travel Fellowship November 2009

Travel Award to attend the Society for Neuroscience meeting in Chicago, I.L.

Company of Biologists

Direct Travel Award November 2008

Travel Award to attend the Society for Neuroscience meeting in Washington, D.C.

Case Western Reserve University

Endowment Sponsored Mentorship Program October 2007

Travel Award to attend the Klienztiern Konferenz in Tutzing, Germany

International Congress of Neuroethology

Congress Award July 2007

Travel award to attend the Society for Neuroethology meeting in Vancouver, Canada

IEEE

Best Video at International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA ’05) Won for the video submission of:

Lewinger, W.A., Harley, C.M., Ritzmann, R.E., Branicky, M.S., Quinn, R.D., (2005) Insect-like Antennal Sensing for Climbing and Tunneling Behavior in a

Biologically-inspired Mobile Robot. IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA05), Barcelona, Spain.

National Science Foundation

IGERT Fellowship June 2003—May 2006

Received an interdisciplinary fellowship to engage in graduate studies at CWRU

Howard Hughes Medical Institute

Spur Fellowship May 2001—August 2001

Received a grant to continue undergraduate sensory systems research in Ritzmann lab

Funding acquired for additional coursework

University of Minnesota Spring 2014

Regents scholarship received to take Advanced methods in microscopy

Case Western Reserve University Spring 2008

Fellowship course funds received to take German language

Professional Affiliations

Academic Mama Foundation Founder, President, Treasurer 2018

Society for Neurosciences, Member 2005-present

International Congress of Neuroethology, Member

Elected as an Early Career Representative on the General Council in 2013 with a 4 year term

JB Johnston Club, Member 2012-present

UMN Frenatae Member 2012-present

Blueprint Earth npo, Board Member Elected 2013-2014

Caltech Women Mentoring Women, Member 2010-2011

Caltech Postdoc Association, Member 2010-2011

AAAS Member 2008, 2009

Biology Graduate Student Organization, CWRU, Officer 2007-2009

Service

Started the Academic Mamas Nonprofit Organization Spring 2018

Led an active learning workshop at Metropolitan State University Spring 2018

Organized a Stem student poster presentation Spring 2018

Led Group Discussions Fall Faculty Workshop about active learning Fall 2017

Organized an interview round table for students Fall 2017

Curriculum Committee Fall 2015 to Fall 2017

HSRB since Fall 2016

STEM club member since Fall 2016

Undergraduate Scholars committee Fall 2016

HHMI inclusive excellence grant workgroup Fall 2016

Elected to the General Council of the Society for Neuroethology, starting a 4 year term in 2013

Mentor YESS (Young Engineering and Science Scholars) Caltech Summer 2010

Department of Biology Graduate Teaching Mentor 2007-2008, 2008-2009

Department of Biology Seminar Committee CWRU 2007, 2008

Department of Biology Graduate Student Organization social chair 2007, 2008

Volunteer consultant for Backyard Brains

Teaching within the community

Minnesota State Fair 2014

Girl Scouts Badge Day 2014

Teach SMART through University of Minnesota 2014

Sunshine Preschool 2013

Science competition judge

Midbrains Poster Judge 2018

Midbrains Poster Judge 2017

Winchell Undergraduate Research Symposium, Minnesota Academy of Science 2013

Michelson Morley Research Competition 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008

SOURCE (Student Office of Undergrad Research and Creative Endeavors) 2006

Science and Societal Issues Symposium 2001

Science Olympiad Assistant Judge 2004

Students Mentored

Adefunke Edon Spring 2019

Darlene Zemke Spring 2019

Heather Harrington Spring 2019

Andra Sonnek Spring 2019

Arabella Jones Spring 2019

Kelly Sheehy Fall 2018 to present

Elizabeth Baseka Nemmeh Fall 2018

Andrew Clayburn Summer 2018 to Spring 2019

Emiliya Bayko Summer 2018 to present

Alisha Anderson Spring 2018

Brandon Young Spring 2018 to Spring 2019

Marissa Peterson Fall 2017 to present

Alison Aguilar Fall 2017

Hannah Lee Fall 2017

Brian Chi Fall 2017

Cynthia Yoder Summer 2017 to Spring 2017

Sundus Yusef Summer 2017

Benjamin Kuter Spring 2017

Chee Xiong Summer 2016

Jasmine Engler Summer 2016

Tyler Pinkston Summer 2016

Linna Ahmado Summer 2016

Colleen Smith Summer 2014 to Summer 2016

Melissa Songpitak Summer 2013

Syed “Jabbar” Haidir Fall 2012- Spring 2014

Melissa Reilly Summer 2012-Spring 2013

Chantel Schlegel Summer 2012-Fall 2013

Emma Morely Summer 2012, Summer 2013

* Matt Rossi Spring 2011- Spring 2012

* Javier Cienfuegos Spring 2010- Fall 2011

Amy Brown Spring 2009-Summer 2009

Solomon Awe Spring 2008-Summer 2009

Nicholas Courtney Spring 2008

Sharanya Sivikumar Spring 2008

Brittany English Fall 2006-December 2007

Jarrod Predina Summer 2006

* Denotes high school students

Reviewing

Course Source

Physical Biology

Journal of Bioinspiration and Biomimetics

Journal of Neuroscience Methods

Frontiers in Decision Neuroscience

Neuroscience Letters

Tropical Biomedicine

Journal of Visualized Experiments

Integrative and Comparative Biology

Bioinspiration and Biomimetics

Popular Media Coverage of work

Feature article about research in elife in reference to 2015 publication with Thompson

Feature article about research in Current Biology in reference to 2015 Article with Martin

Research featured in Cleveland Plain Dealer in reference to 2015 Article with Martin

Feature article about research in Journal of Experimental Biology, June 2013

Feature article about research in Journal of Experimental Biology, November 2011

Feature article about research in Journal of Experimental Biology, May 2009

Research highlighted in Animal planet’s ‘Buggin’ with Ruud’ episode ‘Bug Superheroes’. November 27, 2005