Curran Uppaluri

Class of 2013

  • Title Class of 2013

Curran grew up near the Chesapeake Bay in Maryland and majored in Biology and Economics at BU. He spent two and a half years in the Buston Lab as a volunteer and as a UROP student. While in the lab, Curran completed a project investigating the causes of, outcomes of and resolution of conflict in clownfish. Curran graduated from BU in May 2013 and went on to work for for Americorps at the Manet Community Health Center in Quincy.

Research Project

Uppaluri, C. 2013. Causes of conflict, outcome of conflict, and resolution of conflict in the clown anemonefish. In prep for publication.

Lab Publications

Wong, M. Y. L. P, Uppaluri, C. U, Medina, A. U, Seymour, J M. & Buston, P. M. (2016) The four elements of within group conflict in animal societies: an experimental test using the clownfish. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 70: 1467-1475.

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