19.01.2018

Burdfield-Steel Emily, Postdoctoral Researcher

Biosciences
Room:
YAC 423.1

Research

  • Why and to whom my research is important
    • In English: My research looks at the ways insects can defend themselves, and the pressures that shape these defenses. I use behavioral and chemical techniques to identify the anti-predator chemicals of wood tiger moths. My work helps us understand the evolutionary forces and dynamics that shape life on earth.
    • Research projects: Within-species variation in chemical defense in the wood tiger moth
  • More information: Evolution of Predator-prey Interactions research group website

Publications