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Michelle Elekonich

Associate Professor
School of Life Sciences
Office: WHI 112
Mail Code: 4004
Phone: 702-895-0440
Fax: 702-895-3956


Animal Behavior, Behavioral Physiology, Behavioral Endocrinology, Ecological Genomics, Honeybee Biology, Entomology

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My research focuses on how an animal’s experience of the social and ecological environments interacts with its physiological and cellular biology to contribute to the development, plasticity, and function of naturally occurring social behaviors. My research program focuses on the molecular, systemic, and ecological physiology of honeybee behavior. There are three main areas of research in my lab: circadian rhythms and behavioral endocrinology of insects; ecological genomics of honeybee stress and aging; and applied research on the honeybee disease American Foulbrood.