Allison Davis Connelly [EEB] studies animal behavior using a clonal fish. Her research focuses on how these fish change their behavior based on their environment and what this tells us about the evolution and maintenance of sexual reproduction. A New Orleanian at heart, Allison spends her free time cooking all things spicy and longing for the swamps.
It’s that time of the year, mark your calendars! We have four wonderful speakers scheduled for the semester of virtual talks, on the second Thursday of every month: September 9: Mackenzie Johnson, Byte-size biology: What computers can teach us about animals October 14: Britt White, Legged and legless: the story of lizard evolution November 18: Ruben Tovar, […]