Scott Goeppner, Ph.D. student

Major advisor: Barney Luttbeg

Trans-generational plasticity, predator-prey interactions, modelling

B.S. 2015 University of Massachusetts at Dartmouth




Specific Interests
I am a PhD. student in the Luttbeg lab at Oklahoma State University. I graduated with a B.S in Biology from the University of Massachusetts at Dartmouth in May 2015. Briefly, I have broad interests in topics related to evolution and ecology, including transgenerational plasticity, how organisms handel tradeoffs and animal behavior. Please visit my website to see my CV and current research project. Beaty LE, Wormington JD, Kensinger B, Bayley K, Goeppner S, Gustafson K, Luttbeg B. (In revision for Oikos). Predator cues induce immediate and trans-generational plastic changes to gastropod shell morphology and behavior.