Tenure-Track Faculty

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Joshua B Benoit

Assistant Professor, Biological Sciences

711D Rieveschl Hall

513-556-9714

Insect stress tolerance, hormonal regulation of metabolism, reproductive physiology, molecular physiology, transcriptomics, insect-microbe interactions and vector biology
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Daniel R. Buchholz

Associate Professor, Biological Sciences

711A Rieveschl Hall

513-556-9725

Role of hormones in development and evolution, frog metamorphosis, comparative endocrinology

Lab website: https://letfrogshelpman.wixsite.com/thefroglab
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Elke K. Buschbeck

Professor, Biological Sciences

800Q Rieveschl Hall

513-556-9747


Please see: http://buschbecklab.com for more information
SBBE, Evolution and development of arthropod visual systems: Neuroethology, insect neurobiology, physiology, optics, behavior, molecular biology, evolution
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Theresa M. Culley

Professor, Department Head, Biological Sciences

703 Rieveschl Hall

513-556-9705

See https://culleylab.com for more information. Topics: Plant population biology and genetics, especially of invasive and endangered species; integrative taxonomy; evolution of breeding systems, especially cleistogamy and dioecy; ecological and genetic effects of habitat fragmentation.
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Ronald W. DeBry

Associate Professor
Graduate Director
, Biological Sciences

711I Rieveschl Hall

513-556-9743

ECBR, Molecular evolution; experimental evolution; forensic entomology; phylogeny; systematics; evolution of mammals; DNA sequence analysis; rodent systematics; dipteran systematics
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Edwin R Griff

Associate Professor, Biological Sciences

Neurobiology and electrophysiology of the vertebrate olfactory bulb; analysis of mitral cell responses; the role of centrifugal inputs to the bulb; olfactory transduction; anatomy and physiology educational research; electrophysiology of the vertebrate retina; interactions between photoreceptors and the retinal pigment epithelium
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Dennis W. Grogan

Professor, Biological Sciences

820H Rieveschl Hall

513-556-9748

ECBR, Genetics and molecular biology of hyperthermophiles; DNA damage and repair in Sulfolobus; mutation and genetic exchange in geothermal environments.
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Kathleen Elizabeth Grogan

Assistant Professor, Biological Sciences

Braunstein Hall

513-556-2772

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Joshua B Gross

Associate Professor, Biological Sciences

711B Rieveschl Hall

513-556-9708

ECBR, SBBE, Evolution and development of vertebrates; Evolutionary genetics of natural populations; Cave biology; Genetic basis for phenotypic changes; Mexican cave tetra, Astyanax mexicanus
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Patrick Anthony Guerra

Assistant Professor, Biological Sciences

422QC Rieveschl Hall

513-556-9717

SBBE; sensory ecology; orientation and navigation mechanisms; animal architecture; animal movement patterns and life history traits; insect flight; cocoon construction; circadian biology; biomimetics
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Elizabeth A Hobson

Assistant Professor, Biological Sciences

Rieveschl Hall

513-556-9700

Please visit http://hobsonresearch.com for more information
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Bruce C Jayne

Professor, Biological Sciences

851T Rieveschl Hall

513-556-7012

ECBR, SBBE, Functional morphology; evolution of behavior, structure and function; neuromuscular basis of the locomotion of ectothermic vertebrates; herpetology; natural history and ecology of reptiles
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Richard Karp

Academic Director, Professor, Biological Sciences

851J-C Rieveschl Hall

513-556-9727

Immunology; evolution of the adaptive immune response, cellular and humoral immune responses in insects; allergic asthma induced by cockroach antigens
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Brian Kinkle

Professor
, Biological Sciences

603B Rieveschl Hall

513-556-9756

Microbial ecology: xenobiotic biodegradation, microbe-heavy metal interactions, rhizosphere microbiology, groundwater microbiology, bacterial population genetics
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Noelia Marina Lander

Assistant Professor, Biological Sciences

Rieveschl Hall

513-556-9700

Research topics: Molecular Parasitology, trypanosomes, Trypanosoma cruzi, Chagas disease, cell signaling, calcium signaling, cAMP signaling, genome editing, CRISPR/Cas, environmental sensing, differentiation, host-parasite interactions.
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John E. Layne

Associate Professor, Biological Sciences

800O Rieveschl Hall

513-556-9718

SBBE, Behavioral neurobiology and sensory ecology; vision in natural habitats; control systems in visual guidance; animal orientation and navigation
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David L Lentz

Professor and Executive Director, UC Center for Field Studies , Biological Sciences

731 Rieveschl Hall

513-556-9733

ECBR, Historical ecology, field botany, plant domestication, population genetics and paleoethnobotany of North America, Central Asia and the Neotropics
Click here for information about the UC Center for Field Studies
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Stephen F. Matter

Associate Professor, Biological Sciences

731I Rieveschl Hall

513-556-9768

ECBR, SBBE Ecology; Population Ecology; Metapopulation Dynamics; Dispersal Behavior; Community Patterns and Dynamics; Insect Plant Interactions; Modelling
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Nathan Isaiah Morehouse

Associate Professor, Biological Sciences

711H Rieveschl Hall

513-556-9757

SBBE, visual and behavioral ecology of butterflies and jumping spiders, coevolutionary dynamics of reproductive traits, nutritional ecology, life history evolution, sexual selection theory, art-science collaborations, http://www.morehouselab.com
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Kenneth Petren

Professor, Biological Sciences

800C Rieveschl Hall

513-556-9719

Evolutionary ecology: Landscape genomics, migration, speciaiton, adaptation, invasive species, behavior, island systems, "ancient" DNA, vertebrates, Darwin's finches and lizards.
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Michal Polak

Professor , Biological Sciences

820A Rieveschl Hall

513-556-9736

Please go here http://polaklab.org/ to learn more about the lab.

SBBE, Behavior, Sexual Selection; Insect Mating Systems; Insect Host-Parasite Biology; Evolution
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Stephanie M. Rollmann

Professor, Assistant Dept. Head, Biological Sciences

800D Rieveschl Hall

513-556-9729

Please visit the Rollmann Lab site
Genetics and neurobiology of behavior, olfaction; chemical ecology
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Annette Ruth Rowe

Assistant Professor , Biological Sciences

731F Rieveschl Hall

513-556-9715

Applied and Environmental Microbiology, Water Quality, Alternative Energy, Electromicrobiology, Electrosynthesis, Microbe-mineral Interactions, Anaerobic Microbiology, Microbial Ecology
 
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Eric J Tepe

Assistant Professor
Curator of the Herbarium
, Biological Sciences

703B Rieveschl Hall

513-556-9784

 
Plant systematics, including taxonomy, phylogenetics, biogeography, and diversification of “giant genera” – those with over 1000 species – including Piper (Piperaceae) and Solanum (Solanaceae).  Evolution of ant-plant associations.  Visit my webpage for more details.  Click here for the CINC herbarium webpage.
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George W Uetz

Professor , Biological Sciences

851f Rieveschl Hall

513-556-9752

ECBR, SBBE, Behavioral ecology, arachnology: multi-modal communication and sexual selection in wolf spiders; social behavior in colonial web-building spiders.
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Dieter Frans S. Vanderelst

Psychology-Biology-Mechanical Engineering-Electrical Engineering (jointly appointed), Biological Sciences

45150J EDWARDS 1 Edwards Center

513-556-4058

SBBE, Sensory ecology, models of bat echolocation and flight control, robotic and computational models of animal behaviour and perception. Models of human cognition.