Gum Nau presents research at SICB Conference

Gum Nau (BS Physiology, 2024) will give an oral presentation at the annual Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology (SICB) conference in Seattle on Friday, January 5. His talk, titled "Trophic tinkle: Predator pee fails to frighten foragers and conifer chemistry depends on deer damage", will report work Nau did in collaboration with biology students Hannah McSwain (BS Ecology, 2024) and Kenzie Garrett (BS Physiology, 2024), and supervised by Professors Ryan Ferrer (Biology), Eric Long (Biology) and Baine Craft (Psychology). It is unusual for undergraduates to be selected for oral presentations at a national conference like SICB - congratulations, Gum!

Posted: Monday, January 1, 2024