U-Research: Noah Silverman


Noah Silverman

I’m a fourth-year Zoology major pursuing a Bachelor’s of Science. Currently, I work as a TA for the Undergraduate Behavioral Ecology Research course on campus. My past projects include the investigation of Cyanobacteria phages, specimen preparation for The Ohio State University Biological Museum, as well as research with agonistic behavior in Madagascar Hissing Cockroaches. My passions center around behavioral and conservation ecology, and hopefully, after I graduate I will be able to work in wildlife conservation based on the behavior of various focal species