Sarah KG Sirsat
Sarah KG Sirsat graduated with a B.S in biology from Harding University in 2009. She completed her PhD in vertebrate physiology at the University of North Texas. She has studied the development of endothermy in newly hatched birds and reptiles, with special attention paid to the role of cellular mitochondria energetics. She is now teaching in the Biology Department at SUNY Potsdam and also continuing her research in avian physiology. Sarah has kept and bred reptiles and birds for almost a decade. She arrived here with 20-“something” reptiles!
Fall 2017 - Modern Day Dinosaurs: Explore the Biology of Birds and Reptiles [F-17-44]