I am a scientist interested in how vision informs and influences animal behavior, physiology and evolution. I primarily work with mantis shrimp, a group of animals that boast most complex eyes as well as one of the fastest animal movements. I use an integrative, comparative approach to tackle different levels of organization of mantis shrimp biology to understand the link between this visual complexity and the behaviours they carry out .
Here at my website, you can learn about the different aspects of my research program. Or just hardline yourself into the science by visiting my highlighted publications and CV. If you’re feeling adventurous, check out my science illustrations, photography and communication. For more information regarding any of my work, scientific or otherwise, please email me! kate.feller at gmail dot com.