Profiles in "Mammalogy" Expertise Area

  • John Lynch's teaching interests include history of science, medical humanities, & Ancient Greece (in particular drama). He also advises pre-health students.
  • Hinde investigates the food, medicine, and signal of mother's milk and impact on babies at the intersection of social, life, and medical sciences.
  • Dr. Fisher studies the functional anatomy of vertebrates and cephalopods and the use of artificial intelligence, XR, and other emerging technologies in medical education.
  • With a research emphasis in applied ecology, Lewis' research incorporates the principles of wildlife biology, landscape ecology, and conservation biology.
  • Upham is an eco-evolutionary biologist with core interests in how species ecologies have diversified through time and across the tree of life. He studies the phylogenetic ecology of wild mammals, especially desert rodents.
  • Matthew Jones is a paleontologist interested in understanding the origins and early radiation of placental mammals. He studies the evolution, diversification, and biogeography of mammals during the early Cenozoic.
  • Suzuki‚Äôs research integrates evolutionary biology, microbiome science, and biomedical research to study the role of host-microbial interactions in animal biology.