About Adam Fudickar
As a biologist, I am interested in all levels of organization and I strive to convey my interests in the courses that I teach. Students in my classes learn to think about the whole organism (from genome to phenome) and contributions from the environment that influence phenotypes. With a background in behavioral ecology, eco-physiology, and conservation, I enjoy teaching a broad range of topics.
I received my Ph.D. in Organismal Biology from the University of Konstanz and the Max Planck Institute for Animal Behavior. Since moving to Bloomington in 2013, I have worked as both a full-time researcher in the Department of Biology and the Environmental Resilience Institute and as an educator with the Center for the Integrative Study of Animal Behavior.