Andrew Mountcastle – Functional Morphology and Biomechanics
Andrew M. Mountcastle
Carnegie Science Hall, Room 409
Ph.D. in Zoology
University of Washington, Seattle
I am an Assistant Professor of Biology at Bates College in Lewiston, Maine. My research focuses on the form and function of insect flight systems. Please visit my lab’s research page for more detailed information about my work, and feel free to contact me with any inquiries.
If you’re looking for a more accessible overview of my research and insect flight in general, head on over to the B-side of my website. The explanations and movies over there are geared towards a general audience.
BIO 311. Comparative Anatomy of the Chordates/Lab
Bio 47x – Seminar and Research
Bio 190 – Organismal Biology (lab only)
Bio 1xx – TBD