Alderman Lab

Welcome to the Alderman Lab! We are integrative comparative physiologists who study a broad range of topics related to the regulation of neural, endocrine, and cardiac systems during stress. From brains to biomarkers, our goal is to understand the mechanisms and consequences of stressors on animal physiology. Current projects include:

  • Mechanistic and functional connections between stress and adult neurogenesis in fish
  • Effects of aquatic pollutants on fish physiology, morphology, and performance
  • Neuroanatomy and regenerative capacity of the hagfish brain
  • Quantitative proteomics as a tool for biomarker discovery and novel insights into animal physiology

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