teaching

 

current courses

Comparative Anatomy and Physiology of Vertebrates (Fall 2012, BIOS E-25, Harvard University Extension School)

 

previous courses

Human Anatomy and Physiology 1 (Fall 2011, BIOS E-65c, Harvard University Extension School)

Comparative Anatomy and Physiology of Vertebrates (BIOS E-25, Harvard University Extension School, Fall 2009, Spring 2011, 2012)

A Comparative Anatomical Perspective of Human Origins and Health (BIOS S-25, Harvard University Extension School, Summer 2009)

 

mentoring

Klea Kalionzes (Harvard University Extension School), Multi-fin coordination for backwards swimming of bluegill sunfish
Jeffrey Kahn, Jr.(Drexel University), Sensory-based control of robotic bluegill sunfish locomotion
Deeksha Seth (Drexel University), Perturbation of fish swimming
Eric Youngerman (Harvard University Extension School), Ghost knifefish anal fin kinematics
Daniel Perl (Harvard University), Hovering maneuvers of bluegill sunfish
Christopher Esposito (Drexel University), Robotic bluegill caudal fin
Christina Grassi (Harvard University), Kinematics of heterocercal tail swimming
Christopher Lo (Harvard University), Fluid dynamics of catshark egg cases
Jasmine Edo (Cambridge Rindge and Latin School), Shark swimming kinematics
Sarah Kennifer (Harvard University), Bluegill sunfish caudal fin kinematics

 

Figure: drawing from my comparative anatomy course