Terry Snell earned his Ph.D. degree in biology from the University of South Florida, Tampa, Fla, USA, in 1977. Since 1996, he has been a Full Professor at the Georgia Institute of Technology, School of Biology, Atlanta, Ga, USA, where he is an Associate Chair of the department. He heads a research team working in the area of evolutionary ecology using Zooplanktons as model animals. The main focus of his research is chemical communication in rotifers and copepods, especially with regard to mate location and mate recognition. His group uses molecular techniques to investigate the expression of genes producing chemical signals and their receptors.
Biography Updated on 20 August 2008