C.M. Gienger

 
 
Position:
Associate Professor
Department of Biology 
Center of Excellence for Field Biology
Austin Peay State University
Clarksville, TN 37044


Education and Experience:
Post-Doctoral Research Associate (2009-2011)
School of Environmental and Life Sciences
Charles Darwin University
Darwin, NT Australia
Supervisor: Keith Christian

Ph.D., Ecology, Evolution and Conservation Biology
University of Nevada, Reno, 2009
Dissertation Title: Foraging, Feeding, Energetics, and Environment: Interactions Between Physiology and Ecology of Gila Monsters
Advisor: C. Richard Tracy

M.S., Biology, University of Nevada, Reno, 2003 
Thesis Title: Natural History of the Gila Monster in Nevada 
Advisor: C. Richard Tracy 

B.S., Biology, Central Washington University, 2000 
Thesis Title: Hibernacula Structure of the Northern Pacific Rattlesnake 
Advisor: Daniel D. Beck 

Contact: 
giengerc@apsu.edu

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Pictures: (clockwise from left) Two male Gila monsters engaged in combat (southern Nevada). Cerro Rodondo (southern Sonora, México). Desert tortoise (southern Nevada). Myself holding two Mexican Beaded Lizards (Sonora, México).