Tabitha Gunnars, M.S. student
Major advisor: Jason Bruck
Mammalogy, Animal Behavior, Marine Mammals, Conservation
B.S. 2018, Oklahoma State University
I am interested in environmental/anthropogenic factors and how they affect the lives of mammals. I am currently researching the visual field of bottlenose dolphins which will help identify their blind spots. This will contribute to Dr. Bruck’s research on using UAVs (drones) that will capture hormone samples from the breath of dolphin blowholes. Through this research I hope to inspire younger students within underrepresented communities to pursue a career in the STEM field.