Welcome to the Rand Lab at Carleton College. We study topics in reproductive neuroendocrinology, using a parthenogenetic species of whiptail lizard (Cnemidophorous velox) as a model system to study the effects of hormones on behavior. Follow the links below to learn more about our lab.


Research in this lab is centered around our investigation of the effects of steroid hormones on sexually dimorphic behavior.

In the lab, you'll find two different types of life...
Bipeds
Homo sapiens inhabitants of the lab, past and present.

Quadrupeds

Cnemidophorus velox, Cnemidophorus tigris, Sceloporus undulatus erythrocheilus, and Russian tortoises.

Find out about our research projects during the summer of 1999 and 2000.

Visit our gallery of pictures of the lab's social life, including the Sand Lizards, the Rand and Zweifel Labs' summer sand volleyball team .

New! Pictures of the Rand Lab at the 2001 SICB meetings in Chicago.



These pages were designed by: Kristen C. Klemenhagen
Last updated: January 15, 2001