EEB Seminar: Dr. Ray Huey, UW organismal biologist, to speak on climate warming impacts April 6th in Fralin

Dr. Ray Huey

Dr. Ray Huey will give a seminar at Virginia Tech on Thursday, April 6, 2017 at 3:30 p.m. in Fralin Hall. His lecture will be titled, “Thermal sensitivity of ectotherms in a warming world”.

Dr. Huey is an organismal biologist specializing in evolutionary physiology. He earned his Ph.D. in biology at Harvard University under E.E. Williams and later joined the faculty at the University of Washington (UW). His research focuses on evolutionary issues involving the physiology, behavior, and ecology of ectotherms. He is interested in exploring patterns of physiological evolution over different time scales. Dr. Huey’s current research studies vulnerability of ectotherms to climate warming.

Google Scholar: Raymond B. Huey
 

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