Bruce Tedford, PhD

Associate Professor of Biology

Office: McEver Rm.209

Phone: 479.968.0326

Arkansas Tech University

Fax: 479.964.0837

Russellville, AR 72801






  • Ph.D., Louisiana State University                                 
  • M.A., University of California at Los Angeles
  • B.S., University of Arkansas at Little Rock

Courses Taught This Semester: (click on link for syllabus)

Professional Memberships:

  • American Ornithologists Union
  • Wilson's Ornithological Society
  • Cooper Ornithological Society
  • Arkansas Academy of Sciences

Research Interests:

  • Hormonal control of lipogenesis in birds.
  • Hormonal correlates of seasonality.
  • Circadian variation in hormone profiles.

Current Research:

  • Seasonal control of lipogenesis in birds.

Current C.V.


Recent Publications:

  • Strain, G.M., Kerwin, S.C.; Tedford, B.L. & Johnson, R.P. 1998. Creatine kinase level changes following electromyography in the normal anesthetized dog. Vet. J. 156:231-233.
  • Lovely, E.C. & Tedford, B.L. (2006). Principles of Zoology Laboratory Workbook BIOL 2124 (4th Ed.). Arkansas Tech University Press, Russellville, AR.
  • Strain, G.M.; Tedford, B.L. & Gill, M.S. 2006. Brainstem auditory evoked potentials and flash visual evoked potentials in Vietnamese miniature pot-bellied pigs. Res. Vet. Sci. 80:91-95.

Recent Presentations:

  • Steines, C.; Lazzaro, T.M.; Tedford, B.L.; C.A.Meseke-Wren. 2004. Differential effects of modafinil on body fat indices in mice. Proc. Soc. Neurosci. Abst. #75.4. San Diego, Oct.. 

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