Event Title

FIU-MDC

Presenter Information

Francisco Coro

Location

East Ballroom

Start Date

31-3-2016 3:00 PM

End Date

31-3-2016 4:00 PM

Session

Workshop

Abstract

Francisco Coro is a senior associate professor for the Department of Natural and Social Sciences at MDC’s InterAmerican Campus. With a Ph.D. in Biological Sciences, he has guided thousands of students in subjects such as human anatomy and physiology as well as steered them in scientific research projects on STEM-related initiatives including “Acoustic Behavior of Moths with Two-Celled Ears.” Dr. Coro has published dozens of scientific papers and three university textbooks.

  • Monica Navarro (Francisco Coro) “Phonoresponses of Syntomeida Epilais (Lepidoptera, Noctuoidea) Perched Females to Acoustic Stimuli Present in Their Environment”
  • Maria Cespedes (Francisco Coro) “Effects of Duty Cycle and Silent Gaps of Acoustic Stimuli Applied to a Moth Species With Two-Celled Ears”
  • Jessica Hernandez (Francisco Coro) “Females of a Moth With Two-Celled Ears Discriminate Acoustic Stimuli With Different Temporal Patterns”
  • Alexandra Cano
  • Gretert Montano
  • Rosario Rodriguez
  • Laura Diaz

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FIU-MDC

East Ballroom

Francisco Coro is a senior associate professor for the Department of Natural and Social Sciences at MDC’s InterAmerican Campus. With a Ph.D. in Biological Sciences, he has guided thousands of students in subjects such as human anatomy and physiology as well as steered them in scientific research projects on STEM-related initiatives including “Acoustic Behavior of Moths with Two-Celled Ears.” Dr. Coro has published dozens of scientific papers and three university textbooks.

  • Monica Navarro (Francisco Coro) “Phonoresponses of Syntomeida Epilais (Lepidoptera, Noctuoidea) Perched Females to Acoustic Stimuli Present in Their Environment”
  • Maria Cespedes (Francisco Coro) “Effects of Duty Cycle and Silent Gaps of Acoustic Stimuli Applied to a Moth Species With Two-Celled Ears”
  • Jessica Hernandez (Francisco Coro) “Females of a Moth With Two-Celled Ears Discriminate Acoustic Stimuli With Different Temporal Patterns”
  • Alexandra Cano
  • Gretert Montano
  • Rosario Rodriguez
  • Laura Diaz

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