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Dr. Miguel Reyes

Assistant Professor

Office: Lakeview Discovery and Science Center 139F
College of Arts & Sciences


Obtained my bachelors from the University of Connecticut in 20023, where I developed an interest in host-parasitic interactions. Went on for my Masters at Southern Connecticut State University, where my thesis research was focused on population dynamics of the horseshoe crab. Received my PhD from Clark University where I gained experience teaching and my doctoral work was focused on stress and physiological impact. Spent two years at Emory University as a post-doc studying the interaction between symbiosis and impact of environmental stress.