INNESOTA BEHAVIOR GROUP
 
 

We are a large and diverse group of faculty, postdocs, and graduate students at the University of Minnesota interested in the mechanisms, development, function, and evolution of animal behavior.  We come from several different departments on campus, including Anthropology; Ecology, Evolution and Behavior; Entomology; Fisheries, Wildlife, and Conservation Biology; Neuroscience; Psychology; and Veterinary Population Medicine. We also maintain close ties to the Bell Museum of Natural History. Our research programs span many different animals systems, from leeches to lions, and we use a broad array of experimental and observational techniques, from recordings of single neurons to focal follows of charismatic megafauna. Enjoy perusing our website to learn about who we are and what we do!

 

Welcome to the home of animal behavior research at the University of Minnesota...

 

University of Minnesota - Twin Cities                                                            Phone: 612-625-5000

 

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