Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Emeritus/Adjunct Faculty

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Stuart S. BamforthProfessor Emeritus of Biology


John H. CarusoSenior Professor of the Practice Emeritus

Ph.D., Tulane, 1975


Research Interests: Systematics of marine fishes, especially chaunacid and lophiid anglerfishes, and deep-sea fishes of the Gulf of Mexico.

Steven P. DarwinProfessor Emeritus

Ph.D., Massachusetts, 1976


Research Interests: Flowering plant evolution and classification; botany of Pacific Island plants; plant phylogenetics and biogeography; flora of the southeastern United States and the Yucatan Peninsula of Mexico.

Harold A. DundeeProfessor Emeritus of Biology

Ph.D., Michigan, 1958

Curator: Curator of Amphibians and Reptiles, Tulane University Museum of Natural History
Chairman: Chairman of the Louisiana Reptile and Amphibian Task Force, an advisory body to the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries.
Research Interests: Relationships between tarantulas, large spiders, and frogs. Natural history and distribution of Louisiana reptiles and amphibians. Laws and regulations for collecting and/or sale of Louisiana native herpetofauna. Actual correct citations of literature, especially older books in biology.

Milton F. FingermanProfessor Emeritus of Biology

Research Interests: Crustacean Biology, Endocrine Mechanisms, Color Changes, Growth, and Reproduction.

Bruce E. FleurySenior Professor of the Practice Emeritus

Ph.D., Tulane, 1996


Research Interests: Ornithology, Dinosaur Biology, Bird-Human Interaction.

Top ⇑Adjunct Faculty

All terms July 1, 2015 - June 30, 2017 unless otherwise noted

Dr. Julie Sloan DenslowProfessor

Affiliation: US Forestry Service

Dr. Margaret Devall

Affiliation: US Forestry Service

Dr. Craig HoodProfessor

Affiliation: Loyola University, Department of Biological Sciences

Dr. John A. McLachlanProfessor

Affiliation: Tulane School of Medicine, Department of Pharmacology
Website: Dr. McLachlan's Website

Dr. Paul SammarcoProfessor

Affiliation: Louisiana Universities Marine Consortium (LUMCON)

Dr. Kimberly TerrellResearch Associate

Affiliation: Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute
Research Interests: conservation physiology, thermal ecology, herpetology, amphibian disease, species monitoring.

Dr. Beth WeeSenior Professor of the Practice and Associate Dean

Office: Neuroscience Program, 2007 Percival Stern Hall

Lindy Boggs Building, Room 400, New Orleans, LA 70118-5698, 504-865-5191