Daniel Welsh

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR
Biology & Chemistry School of Health and Natural Sciences
Daniel Welsh
978.665.3510 Office: SCI 233
Office Hours
Fall 2020

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Courses Taught

Anatomy and Physiology I (Lecture and Laboratory) (BIOL 1200)
Anatomy and Physiology II (Lecture and Laboratory) (BIOL 1300)
Evolution (Lecture) (BIOL 4600)
Animal Behavior (Lecture and Laboratory) (BIOL 2600)
General Biology II (Laboratory) (BIOL 1900)
Ichthyology (Lecture) (BIOL 3004)

Background

Ph.D., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (Biology)
M.S., Bowling Green State University (Biology)
B.S., St. Thomas Aquinas College (Biology)

My interests focus on two broad topics of fish biology: breeding behavior and adaption to different habitats. I aim to understand how species adapt (behaviorally, morphologically, physiologically, etc.) to different environments. I like to explore these topics in under-utilized species, thus increasing our knowledge of non-model fish species in the process.

Ph.D., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (Biology)
M.S., Bowling Green State University (Biology)
B.S., St. Thomas Aquinas College (Biology)

Ph.D., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (Biology)
M.S., Bowling Green State University (Biology)
B.S., St. Thomas Aquinas College (Biology)