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Andrew J Clark


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I am interested in animal form-function relationships, which is a product of my childhood obsession for animals, zookeeping experiences, and training in comparative physiology. My research interests include the mechanics of biological materials, musculoskeletal systems, and prey capture behaviors, and more broadly, how these topics relate to animal ecology and evolution, and how they could potentially benefit humans.

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College of Charleston
Department of Biology / School of Sciences and Mathematics

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