Nancy E. Todd, Ph.D.
Her undergraduate research program at Manhattanville focuses on aquatic toxicology, zebrafish development, forensic ecology and animal behavior. Dr. Todd's personal research focuses on the evolution of elephants, and she is widely published in the field. Recently, in collaboration with Dr. Wendy McFarlane, also in the Biology Department, she has turned her research attention to the island of Barbuda in the Caribbean, where they examine biodiversity, focus on human impact in island environments, and track sea turtles.
Dr. Todd is also the Chair of the Environmental Studies program, and teaches classes in environmental studies, ecology, anatomy and evolution.
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