Graham Scott
Associate Professor, Biology

Dr. Graham Scott is a comparative and evolutionary physiologist, and his research aims to understand how animals cope and adapt in challenging environments. His current research is focussed on understanding how life can exist in environments with very little oxygen. Oxygen limitation lies at the heart of many human diseases, and yet, there are some unique animal species that can thrive in environments when oxygen is scarce. Dr. Scott's research examines the ways in which these unique species overcome the problems associated with oxygen limitation.
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