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Dr. Noah Gordon

Professor of Biology

University of Evansville


Dr. Noah Gordon, a Professor of Biology at the University of Evansville with specializations in vertebrate behavior and physiology, has actively contributed to the understanding of sexual selection in frogs and geckos, parasite ecology, animal communication, and endocrinology. His educational journey includes a B.G.S. and M.S. in Zoology from the University of Connecticut, followed by a Ph.D. in Biology from the University of Missouri. Dr. Gordon has presented his research to the Hoosier Herp Society, focusing on recent studies such as the climate-driven range expansion of green treefrogs and the effects of parasites on this process. His work, often in collaboration with undergraduate students, also explores how environmental factors influence animal behaviors, including projects conducted in Namibia on gecko breeding triggers.

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