The great 'do bears hibernate' debate

Brian Barnes
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Brian Barnes

Professor of Zoophysiology and Institute Director
bmbarnes@alaska.edu
people.iab.uaf.edu/brian_barnes
Office: 311A Irving 1, 907.474.7649

Lab: 269/269A Arctic Health Research Bldg, 907.474.6067

Research Interests:
Environmental physiology; adaptation of animals to environments; physiology of hibernation; physiological and endocrinological reproductive mechanisms of mammals.

Research Projects:

load Hibernation Genomics: Mechanisms for Metabolic Suppression and Neural Protection
load IPY: Collaboration Research: Extremes of Hibernation Physiology: Patterns of Expression, Regulation, and Limits
load IPY: Collaborative Research on Carbon, Water and Energy Balance of the Arctic Landscape at Flagship Observatories in a PanArctic Network
load Collaborative Research: Deep Supercooling to -100°C, and Lower, in Alaska Beetle Cucujus clavipes
load Toolik Field Station

IAB Publications:

load Search for publications by 'Barnes, B.'

Graduate Students:

load Don Larson, Melanie Richter

Post-Doctoral Fellows:

load Anna Goropashnaya