Welcome to the Siefferman Lab

Lynn Siefferman, Ph. D.

 

Education

Indiana University NIH Postdoctoral fellow 2006-2007

Auburn University Ph.D. Biological Sciences 2005

Indiana University B.S. Biology 1995, B.A. Anthropology 1995

Research


I am broadly interested in behavioral ecology, life history evolution and applied conservation. My student's projects focus on a diversity of topics: animal personality, parental care, endocrine-behavior interface, sexually selected traits, aposematic coloration, life history evolution and conservation. My fieldwork focuses on the behavioral ecology of beautiful and easily studied eastern bluebirds and tree swallows. But I encourage students to follow their passion and expertise and this leads to exciting new hypotheses and study organisms.

Upcoming Conferences:

NC Herpetological Society Spring Meeting

      - Grandfather Mountain, NC (May 2016)

“Special” Highlands Conference on Plethodontid Salamander Biology 

      - Highlands Biological Station, NC (August 2016)

North American Ornithological Conference

      - Washington, DC (August 2016)


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