Animal Biology Graduate Group
M.S. Zoology, University of Florida
B.S. Ecology/ B.S. Earth Science, UC San Diego
Broadly, I am interested in the biology of fishes and strive to understand how fish work. Currently, I am particularly interested in the mechanisms by which fish are able to tolerate and acclimate to novel or fluctuating environmental stressors. In the Fangue laboratory I will be exploring the physiology of the early life stages of green and white sturgeon.
Akanyeti, O., Thornycroft, P. J. M., Lauder, G. V., Yanagitsuru, Y. R., Peterson, A. N., & Liao, J. C. (2016). Fish optimize sensing and respiration during undulatory swimming. Nature communications, 7.
Jew, C. J., Wegner, N. C., Yanagitsuru, Y., Tresguerres, M., & Graham, J. B. (2013). Atmospheric oxygen levels affect mudskipper terrestrial performance: implications for early tetrapods. Integrative and comparative biology, ict034