I am a broadly trained ecologist, whose research program draws upon animal behavior, physiology, and evolution, and thus I take a comparative and integrative approach to my research questions. My lab and I are mostly interested in animal behavior at multiple spatial and temporal scales and the underlying physiological mechanisms that mediate those behaviors. Although I am not restricted to any particular taxonomic group, most of our experimental studies on endocrine mechanisms use herpetofauna and the landscape-level studies of animal movement decisions involve mammals.
Education and Training
Post-doctoral Fellow, University of KwaZulu-Natal (South Africa)
Ph.D. Biology, Indiana State University (USA)
M.S. Biology, Texas State University (USA)
B.S. Biology Honors, William Smith College (USA)
Centre for Ecological Sciences,
Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore