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Queen's University

Animal Physiology

The Animal Physiology group in the Department of Biology has broad interests in neural, visual, muscular, cardiovascular and reproductive physiology. We emphasize an integrative approach to physiological questions, incorporating molecular, cellular and whole animal analyses where appropriate. Common themes in our research include the physiological impact of environmental stress and the evolution of physiology.

  Faculty Member Research Interest  email



Fran Bonier



Behavioural Endocrinology & Environmental Physiology






Craig Hawryshyn




Visual Neurobiology & Behaviour




 Christopher D. Moyes



 Molecular physiology




R. Meldrum Robertson



Integrative neurobiology/

neural control of insect flight




Bruce Tufts



Fish physiology




Yuxiang Wang



Environmental Physiology


Kingston, Ontario, Canada. K7L 3N6. 613.533.2000