Jessie Rack

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'''Office:''' [[BioPharm]] 211 <br>
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== Contact Information==
'''Voice:''' (860) 486-6154 <br>
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'''E-mail:''' jessica.rack@uconn.edu
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75 N. Eagleville Road, U-3043 <br>
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Storrs, CT 06269
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Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology <br/>
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University of Connecticut <br/>
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75 North Eagleville Road <br/>
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Storrs, CT 06269 <br/>
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Office: Pharmacy/Biology 211 <br/>
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Phone: 860-486-6154 <br/>
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E-mail: jessica.rack@uconn.edu <br/>
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== About Me ==
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I am currently a doctoral student at the University of Connecticut, working for [http://hydrodictyon.eeb.uconn.edu/people/urban/ Dr. Mark Urban]. 
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In my "free time" I run, hike, and play roller derby with the [http://www.hartfordarearollerderby.com Hartford Area Roller Derby].
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I'm also on [http://www.facebook.com/jessie.rack Facebook]
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== Education ==
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Ph.D. Ecology and Evolutionary Biology <br/>
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2010-present <br/>
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University of Connecticut, Storrs CT <br/>
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B.S. Biology <br/>
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2007-2010 <br/>
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[http://sru.edu Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania] <br/>
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Research Experience: (1) Behavioral Response to Olfactory Cues in the Convict Cichlid, ''Amatitlania nigrofasciatum'', with [http://www.sru.edu/academics/colleges/ches/biology/Pages/FacultyBeeching.aspx Dr. Simon Beeching].  (2) Sexual dimorphism of electrocommunication signals across populations of weakly electric fish, ''Apteronotus albifrons'', with [http://www.indiana.edu/~neurosci/smith.html Dr. Troy Smith]. <br/>
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B.A. Music <br/>
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2000-2005<br/>
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[http://wvu.edu West Virginia University] <br/>
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==Research Interests==
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I am broadly interested in animal communication behaviors, specifically chemical signalling.  I am currently investigating the behavioral responses of spotted salamander larvae (''Ambystoma maculatum'') to predator chemical cues originating from predators that vary geographically from a focal pond.  With this work, I hope to address whether predator-prey chemical communication can evolve across a geographic landscape.  <br/>
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== Teaching Experience==
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EEB 3247 - Limnology: Fall 2011 <br/>
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BIO 1102 - Foundations of Biology: Fall 2010 and Spring 2011 <br/>
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Contact Information

Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
University of Connecticut
75 North Eagleville Road
Storrs, CT 06269

Office: Pharmacy/Biology 211
Phone: 860-486-6154
E-mail: jessica.rack@uconn.edu


About Me

I am currently a doctoral student at the University of Connecticut, working for Dr. Mark Urban.
In my "free time" I run, hike, and play roller derby with the Hartford Area Roller Derby.
I'm also on Facebook

Education

Ph.D. Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
2010-present
University of Connecticut, Storrs CT

B.S. Biology
2007-2010
Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania
Research Experience: (1) Behavioral Response to Olfactory Cues in the Convict Cichlid, Amatitlania nigrofasciatum, with Dr. Simon Beeching. (2) Sexual dimorphism of electrocommunication signals across populations of weakly electric fish, Apteronotus albifrons, with Dr. Troy Smith.

B.A. Music
2000-2005
West Virginia University


Research Interests

I am broadly interested in animal communication behaviors, specifically chemical signalling. I am currently investigating the behavioral responses of spotted salamander larvae (Ambystoma maculatum) to predator chemical cues originating from predators that vary geographically from a focal pond. With this work, I hope to address whether predator-prey chemical communication can evolve across a geographic landscape.

Spottedsal.jpg

Teaching Experience

EEB 3247 - Limnology: Fall 2011
BIO 1102 - Foundations of Biology: Fall 2010 and Spring 2011

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