Graduate Faculty

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Dr. Allan Bornstein.  Ph.D. University of Michigan, 1985.  Plant Systematics; Floristics; Taxonomy and evolutionary relationships of neotropical pipers (Piper; Piperaceae). http://cstl-cst.semo.edu/bornstein/
homepage/splashpage.htm
Dr. Jim Champine.  Ph. D. University of Massachusetts, 1993.  Anaerobic bacteriology, bioremediation.
Dr. Bill Eddleman.  Ph. D.  Oklahoma State University, 1983.  Wildlife biology/Ornithology. General biology of rails and other wetland birds; effects of land management practices on birds; biology of threatened and endangered species.  http://cstl-cst.semo.edu/eddleman/homepage.htm
Dr. Chris Frazier.  Ph. D. Yale University, 1977.  Virology/epidemiology/immunology. Currently working with arboviruses and AIDS prevention education.  http://cstl.semo.edu/cfrazier/
Dr. Allen Gathman.  Ph. D. University of Arizona, 1983.  Molecular genetics/cytogenetics. Control of gene expression in the fungus Schizophyllum commune. Personal:  http://biology.semo.edu/agathman/   Research: 
http://biology.semo.edu/wlilly/lab/. 
Dr. Alan Journet.  Ph. D.  McGill University, 1974.  Conservation biology and restoration ecology in Tropical Moist Forest (Costa Rica) and Temperate Bottomland Hardwood Forest communities (Missouri).  http://cstl.semo.edu/journet
Dr. Timothy JuddPh.D. Colorado St. Univ.  2003.  Animal behavior, invertebrate zoology and the behavior and nutritional ecology of eusocial animals. http://cstl-csm.semo.edu/tjudd/judd_lab.htm
Dr. John Kraemer.  Ph. D. Old Dominion University, 1997.  Agricultural chemical impacts to human and ecosystem
health: aerobic biodegradation of anthropogenic contamination in soil and ground water. 
http://cstl-cst.semo.edu/Kraemer/
Dr. Walt Lilly.  Ph. D. University of Minnesota, 1979.  Fungal biochemistry/molecular biology - biology of nitrogen-limited growth of wood decaying fungi; protease biochemistry; regulation of protein turnover and proteolytic activity at the molecular level.  Personal: http://biology.semo.edu/wlilly/homepage.html   Research: 
http://biology.semo.edu/wlilly/lab/. 
  Dr. Steve Overmann.  Ph. D. Michigan State University, 1976.  Wildlife toxicology. Effects of environmental toxicants on terrestrial vertebrates.
Dr. John Scheibe.  Ph. D. University of New Mexico, 1982. Evolution of mammalian gliding; Locomotor performance; Population biology; ecological modeling; mammalogy; herpetology; evolution of life history strategies.  http://cstl-csm.semo.edu/scheibe/
Dr. Dave Starrett.  Ph. D. University of California, Los Angeles,  1992.  Plant physiology/molecular biology. Postharvest physiology; fruit ripening; enzymology and molecular biology of avocado and tomato fruit softening.  http://biology.semo.edu/starrett/starrhpg.html 
   
  Dr. Lucinda Swatzell.  Ph. D. Miami University of Ohio, 1999.  Physiology and cellular biology in plant development; fern development during tropistic responses and fern/mycorrhizal interactions.  http://biology.semo.edu/swatzell/index.html 
Dr. Steve Trautwein.  Ph. D. University of Illinois, 1985.  Physiology/behavior. Behavioral thermoregulation of fence lizards; social behavior in lizards; relation between behavior and olfactory cues.  http://cstl-cst.semo.edu/trautwein/
  Dr. Margaret Waterman.  Ph. D. Cornell University, 1982.  Science education; Case-based learning in biology.  http://cstl.semo.edu/waterman/
Dr. Diane Wood.  Ph.D. Univ. of Missouri 1999.  Aquatic insect community ecology.  Influence of abiotic factors on community structure.

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