Sinnauer Lecture Weds. Sept. 12 at 4 pm

From Paul Katz

Darcy Kelley is a Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences and an HHMI Professor.
She is the Harold Weintraub Professor of Biological Sciences in the Department of Biological Sciences at Columbia University.
Darcy studies the neural, hormonal, and genomic underpinnings of communication in different species of African Clawed Frogs. She is interested in understanding how species-typical calls are both produced and received. Furthermore she looks at how individuals affect the behavior of other individuals.
She gives a very exciting and energetic seminar. I highly recommend it.

Sinauer Associates / OUP Distinguished Scientist Lecture
Weds. Sept 12th, 4:00
Integrative Learning Center (ILC) Room N151
650 N Pleasant St, Amherst, 01003

Darcy Kelley

Harold Weintraub Professor
Columbia University

Mechanisms underlying the evolution and expression of vocal communication

Dr. Kelley will talk about the neural mechanisms underlying the production and evolution
of calling songs in various species of the African clawed frog.

This is the first of the fall Neuroscience and Behavior Seminars. For the full list visit:
Read more about the Initiative on Neurosciences.

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