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About Harry Itagaki

Professor Itagaki's training has been in insect chemosensory neurobiology, especially the physiological and anatomical correlates of gustation and olfaction. More recently, in collaboration with Chris Gillen and Drew Kerkhoff in Biology and Judy Holdener and Brad Hartlaub in Math, Itagaki and his students have been involved in a wide-ranging analysis of the morphology and physiology underlying metabolic scaling in insects.
He came to Kenyon in 1990 from John Hildebrand's lab at the University of Arizona where he was a post-doc. His previous training was at Duke (Ph.D.) and at Yale (B.S.).


Present Professor of Biology, Kenyon College Biology

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P: (740) 427-5394
Higley Hall 107


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