Bornstein. Ph.D. University of Michigan, 1985.
Floristics; Taxonomy and evolutionary relationships of
neotropical pipers (Piper; Piperaceae).
|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/|
Gathman. Ph. D. University of Arizona, 1983. Molecular genetics/cytogenetics. Control of gene expression in the fungus
Schizophyllum commune. Personal:
|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 Judd. Ph.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|
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/
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
|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.|