Ben is really honored to win two awards! First, the Frank A. Beach New Investigator Award from the Society for Behavioral Neuroendocrinology. Second, the Distinguished Scientific Award for Early Career Contribution to Psychology from the American Psychological Association (animal learning […]
Congratulations goes to Cam Venable for securing his new post-doc position with Dr. Robin Tinghitella at University of Denver! We were lucky to have Cam in the lab on a 1 year post-doc position and look forward to continuing to […]
Matt Gaidica joined the Dantzer Lab last year to develop a novel bio-logging toolset and was recently awarded a postdoctoral fellowship through a cooperative agreement between Baylor College of Medicine’s Translational Research Institute for Space Health (TRISH) and NASA. Gaidica […]
Congratulations to Annie Kittendorf on her graduation and the completion of her Undergraduate Honor’s Thesis! Good luck on all your future endeavors Annie!
Congratulations to Dr. Sarah Westrick on her graduation! She will be moving on to work on an NSF Postdoctoral Research Fellowship in Biology in Dr. Eva Fischer’s lab at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Good luck Sarah!
Another huge congratulation to Charlotte Devitz on her graduation! She will be moving on to work as a PhD student in Dr. Emelie Snell-Rood’s lab at the University of Minnesota. Good luck Charlotte!
We are inviting prospective postdocs to work with us (Nancy Chen, Ben Dantzer, & Andrew McAdam) on applying for the NSF Postdoctoral Research Fellowships in Biology (NSF 19597) to conduct interdisciplinary research that leverages our interests, expertise (life history theory, […]
In the summer of 2019, the Dantzer Lab has many notable items to celebrate. First, we said goodbye to two valuable members of the Dantzer Lab. Zoë Goodrow finished up and defended her MSc. thesis in Conservation Ecology and Sarah […]
Postdoc Position in Animal Behavior, Ecology, and Evolution Available in Ben Dantzer Lab at University of Michigan The Dantzer Lab at the University of Michigan is searching for a postdoc. We have broad interests and study a diversity of questions at […]
John Kelly at the Washington Post does a “squirrel week” feature each year in the Washington Post. This year one of the columns featured “Squirrel Camp” and the work of the Kluane Red Squirrel Project! See the full article here.
A 14-week NSF REU position is available in my lab from May-August 2019. The REU Student will participate in research regarding the effects of elevated maternal glucocorticoids (colloquially referred to as “maternal stress”) on the physiology, behavior, and life history traits […]