Andrew C. Mason
BSc Guelph, MSc, PhD Toronto
Our goal is to understand the mechanisms by which the nervous system controls ongoing activity and how these mechanisms relate to behavioual adaptation. We use invertebrate model systems to identify basic principles of sensory integration of complex stimuli, multi-modal communication, and how organisms adapt to biophysical constraints on these processes.

Research Interests:

  • Bioacoustics
  • Neuroethology
  • Sensory Systems & Communication
  • Asscoiate Professor

    Integrative Behaviour and Neuroscience Group
    Department of Biological Sciences
    University of Toronto Scarborough

    Graduate Departments

    Department of Ecology & Evolutionary Biology
    Department of Cell & Systems Biology