Tami Panhuis, PhD, is Associate Professor of Zoology at Ohio
Wesleyan University in Delaware, Ohio. She also serves as Chair of the Zoology
Department. She teaches courses at Ohio Wesleyan on human physiology, human
anatomy, evolution, introduction to cell biology, and island biology, among
others. Tami received her doctorate degree in evolutionary biology from the
University of California, Riverside. Tami has studied fruit fly genetics, human
diabetes, as well as viviparous fishes, and she has published her research in
such journals as Genetics, Journal of Evolutionary Biology, Nature Genetics,Comparative Physiology, and Journal
of Morphology. Currently, Tami’s research lab is interested in comparative
evolutionary biology and the evolution of fish placenta traits.
Tami has been an invited symposium speaker at the (2014) IV International Symposium on Viviparous Fishes in Morelia, Mexico.