Instructor 407-823-1460 email@example.com
Dr. Bayer collaborates with the von Kalm laboratory (Department of Biology) to study the hormonal control of Drosophila epithelial morphogenesis.
Current research interests in ecosystem ecology; urban ecology; ecology and valuation of urban green space; wetland ecosystem services
Associate Professor 407-823-0915 firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Crampton investigates the ecological, behavioral, and evolutionary mechanisms that generate and regulate tropical species diversity, with emphasis on signal evolution and reproductive isolation in the Neotropical electric fishes.
Coordinator Administrative Services 407-823-2913 email@example.com
Coordinator Administrative Services
Professor Emeritus 407-823-2970 firstname.lastname@example.org
Vertebrate zoologist whose research program is focused on reproduction, population biology, ecologic geography, and conservation biology of marine turtles.
Associate Professor 407-823-1661 email@example.com
Ecology, evolution, conservation and restoration biology, herpetology
Associate Professor 407-823-6685 firstname.lastname@example.org
Animal behavior, sexual selection & conflict, ecological immunity, and life histories
Curator 407-823-6540 email@example.com
Founder of the UCF Collection of Arthropods (a.k.a. the Bug Closet)
Professor 407-823-2141 firstname.lastname@example.org
Plant ecology, landscape ecology, and natural resources management.
Associate Professor 407-823-4007 email@example.com
The main theme of my research program is to investigate levels of genetic variation present in natural populations and to utilize this information to address hypotheses about the molecular ecology/population genetics of the organism.
Professor 407-823-1660 firstname.lastname@example.org
Ecological community structure and function, especially the interplay between regional (dispersal, colonization, invasion, community assembly, etc.) and local (competition, predation, abiotic factors) processes.
Assistant Professor 407-823-1082 email@example.com
Dr. King's primary interests are in community ecology, invasion biology, social insects, and conservation science aimed at understanding the ecosystem services of insects.
Professor 407-823-0975 firstname.lastname@example.org
Conservation planning, vertebrate ecology, vegetation science, disturbance ecology, climate change, adaptive management.
Administrative Assistant 407-823-2935 email@example.com
The eutrophication of lake and stream environment.
Associate Professor 407-823-4847 firstname.lastname@example.org
Molecular evolution, phylo-geography, conservation, and systematics.
Associate Professor 407-823-1662 Pedro.Quintana-Ascencio@ucf.edu
The interactive role of disturbance and spatial structure on plant community and population dynamics.
Director, Office Of Undergraduate Reserach 407-823-1788 KRS@ucf.edu
Marine biology, physiological ecology and science education
Systematics, ecology, and evolution of both freshwater and marine fishes with emphasis on the southeastern United States.
Assistant Professor 407-823-0675 email@example.com
The study of an insect order Orthoptera (grasshoppers, crickets, and katydids) and aims at understanding behavioral, ecological, physiological, morphological and molecular evolution in a phylogenetic framework.
Associate Dean, College Of Graduate Studies 407-823-2229 firstname.lastname@example.org
FGF signaling and cell migration guidance mechanisms in the nematode C. elegans; computational representation of biological system behavior
Professor Emeritus 407-823-2919 email@example.com
Population and community-level phenomena in ecosystems of peninsular Florida, small mammals' community structure, dispersal strategies, and habitat selection.
Emeritus-administrative 407-823-3253 firstname.lastname@example.org
Developing techniques for using Macintosh computers to solve a variety of problems, involving both teaching and biological research.
Emeritus-administrative 407-823-2917 email@example.com
Avian biology, specifically in the areas of breeding biology, migration, populations, and vocalizations; Florida wildflowers.
Assistant Professor 407-823-0916 firstname.lastname@example.org
Interested in the landscape patterns and community mechanisms that influence the addition of species into ecosystems.
Associate Professor And Interim Chair 407-823-6684 email@example.com
Epithelial Morphogenesis, Polyamine Transport, Host-Parasite Interactions.
Professor 407-823-2148 firstname.lastname@example.org
Human impacts in the marine environment. Both pure ecology questions and goal-based conservation issues for a wide range of marine and estuarine habitats.
Professor 407-823-6634 email@example.com
Landscape ecology (how landscape pattern influences ecological processes and biodiversity).
Professor 407-823-4701 firstname.lastname@example.org
Physiological ecology of marine mammals through the study of their bioenergetics, feeding ecology, and habitat utilization.