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Eileen A. Hebets
Matthew Wilkins
Malcolm Rosenthal
Marie-Claire Chelini
Jay A. Stafstrom
Alissa Anderson
Tyler Corey
Colton Watts
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Eileen A. Hebets

Associate Professor

   

School of Biological Sciences
University of Nebraska
Lincoln, NE  68588-0118
Phone:  (402) 472-2571
Email:  ehebets2@unl.edu

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Education
NIH Post Doctoral Research Fellow, Department of Neurobiology and Behavior, Cornell University (June 2002-November 2003)
Ph.D.   Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of Arizona (May 2002)
M.S.    Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of Arizona (December 1998)
M.S.    Biology, University of Cincinnati (August 1996)
B.A.    With Honors, Cum Laude, Biology, Albion College (May 1994)

Research Interests
Research in my laboratory uses various arachnid groups to ask questions relating to the evolution of courtship communication and the putative role of sexual selection in species as well as signal divergence. I am broadly interested in both ultimate and proximate questions relating to signal evolution and as such I use a wide range of techniques involving: both field and laboratory-based studies and manipulations to assess behavior; broad comparative approaches such as multi-species comparisons and reciprocal mating trials; endocrine assays and manipulations; and electrophysiology. For more information regarding the research in my laboratory see ‘Research’.

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Eileen A. Hebets, Associate Professor | School of Biological Sciences | University of Nebraska | Lincoln, NE 68588-0118 | 402.472.2571 | ehebets2@unl.edu
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