I’m Dr. Liz Leininger, Assistant Professor of Biology at New College of Florida. This semester I’m teaching a course on neuroethology, but when I’m not teaching I also do neuroethology research on the neural and muscular mechanisms of frog vocalization in Xenopus frogs. Here is a photo with me and my neuroethology research students at a meeting.
In my neuroethology course, students are communicating neuroethology research through blogging and podcasting. They will be writing on diverse topics such as animal domestication, climate change, behavior-altering parasites, whiskers, and more!
I will be following my students’ blog posts and adding my own thoughts, too!