Ian Hays (.Work)
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ECOLOGY : MORPHOLOGY : BEHAVIOR

Ian Hays is currently enrolled as a graduate student at Rutgers-NJIT Federated Departments of Biological Sciences in Newark, and will be joining the lab of Dr.  J. Angel (Angelo) Soto-Centeno in September of 2018. His past research integrated the fields of functional morphology, evolution, social behavior, and habitat selection, with the focus on calcareous eggs and new-world bats.

Ian’s background in design, fabrication, and architecture inform his perception of the utility anatomical shapes and their adaptive significance.