This qualified expert of Electron Microscopy obtained his B.Sc cum laude from Kent State University, his M.Sc from Southeastern Louisiana University, and his Ph.D from Saint Louis University. He is a member of the American Society of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists, and has 50+ Publications on Electron Microscopy. He is currently an Assistant Professor of Animal Physiology at a University in the Midwest. This expert has extensive experience in research on the reproductive biology of amphibians and reptiles. Such research includes primarily urogenital morphology of salamanders and squamates, but also includes projects on sperm morphology/physiology, morphology of secondary sexual characteristics, evolution of reproductive cycles, and the odd morphological inquiry into fishes. He was mentored by renowned herpetologists Robert D. Aldridge (Ph.D. advisor, Saint Louis University) and David M. Sever (M.Sc. advisor, Southeastern Louisiana University) during his career as a graduate student. He is currently an Associate Professor at a major university in the Department of Biology.
B.Sc, Kent State University
M.Sc, Southeastern Louisiana University
Ph.D, Saint Louis University
Former, Adjunct Faculty, Texas A&M University, College Station
Former, Adjunct Faculty, Saint Louis University
Associate Editor, Copeia
Associate Editor, Herpetological Conservation and Biology
Associate Professor, Department of Biology,major university
Board of Governors, American Society of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists
Publication Policy Committee, American Society of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists
Meeting Management and Planning Committee, Joint Meeting of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists
Author of 2 book chapter and 48 Peer-reviewed publications in journals such as Journal of Morphology, Journal of Anatomy, Biological Letters, Anatomical Record, Micron, Acta Zoologica, Copeia, Journal of Herpetology, Herpetologica, Herpetological Monographs, Spermatogenesis, and more...