1. BulletDepartment of Biological Sciences at Bowling Green State University where I work with research groups in Aquatic Ecology, Molecular Biology, and Neuroscience.

  2. BulletResearch interests include biogenic amine control of fighting, drug-sensitive reward in invertebrates, brain evolution in fishes, and quantitative behavioral data analysis

  3. BulletAssociate Editor for Invertebrate Behavior and Neuroethology - “Acta Ethologica”, Executive Editor for Special Issue on “Aggression” for Volume 25 - “Advances in Genetics”, Associate Editor for Invertebrate Neuroscience = “Frontiers in Physiology”, and Topic Editor for special issue on "Invertebrate models of Natural and Drug-sensitive Reward" in Frontiers in Physiology

  4. BulletI develop freeware software for the analysis of behavioral data using Java applets and applications. I maintain a website for the use of the JavaGrinders library.

  5. BulletI am developing a public-domain, free, online textbook for teaching a course in Animal Behavior and have been awarded the University System of Ohio Faculty Innovator Award for this. Check out the videoblog that summarizes my work.

  6. BulletI enjoy teaching Animal Behavior, Prep Seminar for Advanced Statistics, Grant Writing, Neuroethology, and Advanced Statistics.

  7. BulletFor the 2015/16 academic year I was appointed Fellow of the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study at Harvard - see Article in BGNews

  8. BulletMy Professional Webpage

Robert Huber, Ph.D.
Bowling Green State University

Department Biological Sciences

Life Sciences Bldg.  #227

Bowling Green, OH 43403

Tel (419) 372-7492

Fax (419) 372-2024