Associate Professor, Developmental Integrative Biology Cluster Coordinator, Division of Physiology & Neurobiology Director
UNT Faculty Profile:
Dr. Dzialowski's research interests include developmental physiology of the cardiovascular and respiratory systems.
Dr. Ed Dzialowski teaches classes in biology and animal physiology.
- Doctor of Philosophy in control of heat exchange in reptiles by distributing blood flow to the limbs and torso, Drexel University
- Master of Science in physiological control of heat exchange in lizards, Drexel University
- Bachelor of Arts in biology, Kalamazoo College
Dzialowski's specific research projects are in the following topics:
- physiological ecology of reptiles, amphibians and birds
- physiological responses to environmental stress and toxins
- thermal biology of reptiles
The following are the most recent publications of Dzialowski's:
- Physiological effects and bioconcentration of triclosan on amphibian larvae. (2010)
- Autonomic control of heart rate and its variability during normoxia and hypoxia in emu (Dromaius novaehollandiae) hatchlings. (2010).
- Effects of hypoxic and hyperoxic incubation on the reactivity of the chicken embryo (Gallus gallus) ductus arteriosi in response to catecholamines and oxygen. (2009).