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Queen's University
 

Animal Physiology

The Animal Physiology group in the Department of Biology has broad interests in neural, visual, muscular, cardiovascular and reproductive physiology. We emphasize an integrative approach to physiological questions, incorporating molecular, cellular and whole animal analyses where appropriate. Common themes in our research include the physiological impact of environmental stress and the evolution of physiology.

  Faculty Member Research Interest  email
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Fran Bonier

 

 

Behavioural Endocrinology & Environmental Physiology

 

 

bonierf@queensu.ca

 

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Craig Hawryshyn

 

 

 

Visual Neurobiology & Behaviour

 

 

 

craig.hawryshyn@queensu.ca

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 Christopher D. Moyes

 

 

 Molecular physiology

 

 

 chris.moyes@queensu.ca

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R. Meldrum Robertson

 

 

Integrative neurobiology/

neural control of insect flight

 

 

robertrm@queensu.ca

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Bruce Tufts

 

 

Fish physiology

 

 

tuftsb@queensu.ca

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Yuxiang Wang

 

 

Environmental Physiology

 

 

yuxiangw@queensu.ca

 

Kingston, Ontario, Canada. K7L 3N6. 613.533.2000