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Megan D. Gall

Assistant Professor of Biology

Broadly, I am interested in sensory ecology, physiology, and behavior in birds and frogs. I am particularly interested in (1) the role of sensory systems in animal communication, (2) sensory plasticity, and (3) the feedback loops between ecology, behavior and the design of animal sensory systems. I teach Introductory Biology, Animal Physiology, Sensory Ecology, Animal Communication, and a seminar in Neuroscience and Behavior. If you are a student who is interested in my research program, please check out our website for more information on our research and then e-mail me to find out more about opportunities in my lab.