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Dr. James E. Biardi

Associate Professor of Biology
o: Bannow Science Center Rm 206
p: x3465


Dr. James Biardi is a vertebrate ecologist with interests in how small mammals defend themselves against predation from venomous snakes.  His current research focuses on population and species differences in serum-based factors in small mammals that neutralize rattlesnake venom toxins.  He has mentored over a dozen undergraduates in his laboratory at Fairfield, and has published several articles and abstracts co-authored with Fairfield students.

Dr. Biardi is also actively involved in initiatives for science students on campus, including service as President of the Fairfield University Chapter of Sigma Xi, and service learning opportunities in watershed ecology for undergraduate students. He is also involved in sustainability initiatives on campus, including the Program on the Environment, the Faculty Committee on Sustainability, and the Campus Sustainability Committee. 

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