George Brusch IV received his B.S. in Biology from California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo. His senior project investigating the impact of climate change on ectotherms in Costa Rica was the featured cover story in a top-tier ecology journal (Oecologia, Feb. 2016). Mr. Brusch earned his Ph.D. in Biology from Arizona State University where his research used integrative methods to answer questions regarding physiological functions in organisms inhabiting resource-limited environments, specifically how immune function may or may not fluctuate in environments with limited water availability. From 2019-2020 he worked as a postdoctoral researcher with the French National Center for Scientific Research examining the interaction between thermo- and hydroregulation in several species of cold-adapted ectotherm. Presently, he is an Assistant Professor in the department of integrative biology at Oklahoma State University where he currently focuses on understanding the physiologica

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