Dennis Viele, Lecturer IV
Education: B.S., Biology, University of Michigan-Flint, 1989; M.S., Ecosystem Biology/Physiology, Eastern Michigan University, 1993
Teaching Areas: Human physiology, zoology, mammalogy and cellular biology.
Courses Taught: BIO 103 (Human Implications I); BIO 104 (Human Implications II); BIO 167 (Anatomy & Physiology I); BIO 168 (Anatomy & Physiology II); BIO 301 (Biostatistics); BIO 326 (Cell Biology); BIO 421 (Mammology); BIO 431 (Camparative Animal Physiology); BIO 432 (Mammalian Physiology); BIO 446 (Animal Behavior); BIO 475 (Biology of Aging)
Research Interests: Natural history and physiology of bats and rodents, recently started nutritional studies of Michigan Ruffed Grouse and bats of Papua New Guinea.