BS (2016), Indiana University
Interactions between environment, neurobiology, and behavior; prosocial and affiliative behaviors; behavioral ecology; differences in male and female behavior.
I am interested in how environmental factors influence neurobiology and behavior, particularly prosocial and affiliative behaviors. These environmental factors could be specifically related to the physical environment, such as the density of food resources, or they could be the social environment of the individual. In addition, I am interested in investigating female behavior as it relates to affiliative behaviors, socio-spatial memory, and reproductive decisions. My lab approach is a mixture of field and laboratory studies.
Papers (from the lab):
Finton CJ, Kelly AM, Ophir AG (2018) Cannulation and microinjection stereotaxic surgeries in the prairie vole (Microtus ochrogaster). Kopf Carrier.#94. (Non-peer reviewed)
|Hallie Malina (High School Student)||2016-2017|
|Found that one lost transmitter… in owl poop!||Even when visiting home, you can’t stop the science|
|Hard at work at SCIB 2019||Actually hard at work at SCIB 2019|
|Pooja at CUP 2019|