Robert Gegear, PhD
|2010||University of Massachusetts Medical School||Postdoc|
|2006||University of Toronto||Postdoc|
- $ 599,926 awarded by National Science Foundation for Connecting Undergraduates to Biodiversity Instruction through Citizen Science (CUBICS)
- $ 8,799 awarded by Landscape Interactions LLC for MA Lawn Conversion Project
- $ 3,399 awarded by Landscape Interactions LLC for NY Pollinate Now!
- Conservation of native pollination systems
- Neuroecology of plant-pollinator interactions
- Multi-modal sensory integration
- Floral evolution
- Bumblebee ecology
- Mobley, M.W.& R.J. Gegear. (2018).
Once size does not fit all: Sex and caste differences in the response of bumblebees to chronic neonicotinoid exposure.
PLOS ONE, 13(10)
- Mobley, M.W. & R.J. Gegear (2018).
Immune-cognitive system connectivity reduces bumblebee foraging success in complex multisensory floral environments.
Nature Scientific Reports, 8:5953
- Gegear, R.J., Burns, R. & K. Swoboda (2017).
‘Hummingbird’ floral traits interact synergistically to discourage visitation by bumblebee foragers.
Ecology, 98, 489-499.