ADAMO LAB

Invertebrate Behavioural Physiology

 


Dr. Adamo is a Killam professor at Dalhousie University.  She enjoys sharing what she knows about research with students.   She has a wide range of scientific experience and has worked in both the field and the lab.  She has sat on NSERC grant and scholarship panels and was recently asked to testify before a senate committee as to whether insects feel pain. The lab has stable research funding from NSERC.


EDUCATION


BSc (Toronto), PhD (McGill)


RESEARCH INTERESTS


insect behavioural physiology, cephalopod biology, behavioural ecology, parasitic manipulation of behaviour, ecological immunology, psychoneuroimmunology


CLASSES TAUGHT


NESC/PSYO 2160 -- Animal Behaviour

NESC/PSYO 2570 -- Introduction to Neuroscience II. Cellular

     Neurobiology

NESC/PSYO 4160 -- Topics in Behavioural Biology

NESC/PSYO  3180 -- Psychoneuroimmunology/Ecological

    Immunology


RESEARCH FUNDING


Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council (NSERC)


CONTACT


Room 3324, Life Sciences Centre

Psychology Department


Phone (902) 494-8853

Email:  sadamo@dal.ca