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Stephen G. Dunbar, Ph.D

Stephen G. Dunbar, Ph.D

Graduate Biology Program Director

My research interests are in the areas of tropical marine ecophysiology, coral reef biodiversity and conservation, and marine invertebrate and vertebrate physiology and ecology. Although based at Loma Linda University, in Loma Linda, California, my research takes me to some great places around the globe.

With some of the most interesting organisms to work on and some of the most beautiful places on the planet to work in, I have what I consider to be one of the best jobs in the world!

 

William K. Hayes, Ph.D

William K. Hayes, Ph.D

My students and I study a diverse range of topics and organisms. We are primarily focused on the biology and toxinology of venemous animals (snakes, scorpions, spiders, centipedes), which we explore using molecular, proteomic, morphological, ecological, and behavioral approaches. We also investigate the taxanomy, behavior, ecology, and conservation of endangered reptiles and birds in the California and Caribbean Islands biodiversity hotspots.