James Strother
Assistant Professor

The Strother Lab examines how physiology, biomechanics, and neurobiology shape the interaction of animals with their environment. Our current research is focused on understanding respiratory exchange using zebrafish as a model system. Respiratory exchange is a highly complex and multiscale process governed by the fluid dynamics of ventilation, the diffusion of solutes through respiratory membranes, the transport of solutes by the cardiovascular system, and sensing and regulation by the nervous system. To disentangle these dynamics our lab utilizes a wide range of methods, including imaging, physiological experiments, computational modeling, and behavioral studies.

Our lab is currently recruiting graduate students with interest in these topics, and experience in either the biological or physical sciences.


Office Room Number: 2112 Cordley Hall, OSU, Corvallis OR 97331



Courses Taught

Z425/525 : Embryology and Development
Z 438/538 : Behavioral Neurobiology

Graduate Students