I received my Associate's degree in Veterinary Science Technology at SUNY Canton, NY., Bachelor of Science degree at SUNY Oswego, and my M.S. and Ph.D. from the University of Florida, Department of Zoology. Now I am an Associate Professor in the Department of Biology at Francis Marion University .

My research interests in biology include reproductive physiology and anatomy, the effects of contaminants on the endocrine system of animals, and conservation and monitoring of reptile and amphibian populations. To find out more details of my scientific research interests, click on the My Research link above.


If you would like to know more about me and my academic and personal background, click on the CV and About Me links, respectively.

If you are interested in Undergraduate Research, click on the P.U.R.E link above for postings and information about the Program for Undergraduate Research Experience.

Courses that I teach:
Biology of Sex (BioL 213)
Human Anatomy (Biol 205)
Human Biology (Biol 104)
Human Physiology (Biol 236)
Senior Seminar (Biol 499)
Gender Studies (GS 200)

Tamatha Barbeau, Ph.D.

Associate Professor
Department of Biology

Francis Marion University

Florence, SC 29501-0547

Phone: 843.661.4651
Fax 843-661-4660

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Written by Tamatha Barbeau, 2004. This web site is for educational purposes; if you own an image on this site and would like it removed or used with permission, or if you have comments, corrections, or suggestions, please contact me. The opinions expressed on this page are strictly those of the author. The contents of this page have not been reviewed or approved by FMU.



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Written by Tamatha Barbeau, 2004. This web site is for educational purposes; if you own an image on this site and would like it removed or used with permission, or if you have comments, corrections, or suggestions, please contact me. The opinions expressed on this page are strictly those of the author. The contents of this page have not been reviewed or approved by FMU.