Nuñez Lab-- Animal behavior and physiology as it pertains to the conservation and management of species



I use feral horses (Equus caballus) as a model to incorporate the natural history, behavioral ecology, and the physiology of species to better understand these issues and to more effectively conserve and manage animal populations. My work lends itself well to undergraduate research, particularly for students interested in the integration of pure and applied science.  If you'd like to learn more about my work, check out either of my lab websites: ISU or weebly.