Jennifer Gumm

Stephen F. Austin State University


In the Gumm Lab, we are interested in the causes and consequences of diversity in reproductive behaviors and animal communication systems. We study how sexual selection results in some of the most dramatic traits found in animals and how the dynamics of sexual selection lead to change within populations, between populations and ultimately, between species. Our research is integrative and uses techniques from behavior, ecology, physiology, molecular genetics, and comparative phylogenetics. We conduct studies in both lab and field settings. Please see the Research page for more details about projects in the lab.

We are always looking for motivated undergraduates and graduate students to join the lab. Please contact me if you are interested in joining us!

Contact Dr. Gumm_________________________

email: gummj (at) sfasu (dot) edu

phone: (936) 468-2322

Follow on Twitter: @jennygumm

Snail Mail: Jennifer Gumm

                  Assistant Professor of Biology

                  1901 Raguet St.

                  Nacogdoches, TX 75962

Behavior, Ecology and Evolution of Fishes

at Stephen F. Austin State University

Gumm Lab, March 2013