Parasite manipulation affecting social behavior in Temnothorax ants
Dr. Ken Howard
Ken Howard is a tenured professor in Biology at the Sage College of Albany and is a behavioral ecologist with particular interest in the evolution and ecology of social insects. He currently focuses on two areas of research: what influences caste, queen versus worker, in developing ants and how parasites influence colony social behavior.
Professor Howard teaches General Biology II lectures and labs, Research Methods, Ecology, Environmental Biology, Writing in Biology, and Zoology. When not working, he spends time exploring the natural world with his wife and two young sons.
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