Nick Testa- 2014My name is Nick Testa and I am a 5th year Ph.D. candidate here at Michigan State University. I am primarily interested in how evolutionary changes in genes and developmental processes affect phenotypic traits, i.e. how does evolution create new phenotypes? That being said, I study these phenomena using (arguably) the best model organism for the job: Drosophila melanogaster.

Education Experience

Undergraduate Degree: B.A. (Physical) Anthropology
Graduate Degree: Ph.D. Zoology and Ecology and Evolutionary Biology and Behavior (in progress)

Instructor for:
    BS110 - Organism and Population
    ZOL328 - Comparative Anatomy of the Vertebrates
    ZOL320 - Developmental Biology