Gangloff receives Marie Curie Research Fellowship

February 20, 2017

Dr. Eric Gangloff is among the most recent recipients of the Marie Sklodowska-Curie Research Fellowship. The fellowship, provided by the European Commission, supports the most promising individual researchers from around the world.

Beginning summer of 2017, Eric will work with the National Center for Scientific Research in southern France. He will examine how wall lizards adapt changes in altitude. Physiological adaptations to changes in temperature and/or oxygen associated with changes in altitude may predict how the lizards might respond to climate change. His work will also contain outreach for the local community, educating them on the natural history of the wall lizard and the impact of global climate change.

A graduate of EEB and post-doctoral candidate with the Bronikowski lab, Eric continues to collaborate with several fellow EEOB alumni.

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