Stan Braude obtained the Ph.D. degree from the University of Michigan in ecology and evolutionary biology. He has worked in Kenya studying naked mole-rat sociality since 1985. He has also worked on immune responses to stress and testosterone as well as inbreeding in endangered rhinos and the evolution of domestic canids. He has been teaching biology since 1983 and was recognized by the National Association of Biology Teachers in 2004 as the College Biology Teacher of the Year and by the Animal Behavior Society as the Distinguished Teaching Awardee in 2011. He is the Coeditor, with Bobbi S. Low (University of Michigan), of the innovative textbook An introduction to methods and models in ecology, evolution and conservation biology, 2010, Princeton University Press. He is a Coauthor, with Dena Goran and Alexander Miceli, of Case studies for understanding the human body, second edition, 2012, Jones and Bartlett, Sudbury, Mass.
Biography Updated on 12 March 2012