Marine Sciences Education Research

Sara M. Lindsay

Sara Lindsay

Current Research & Interests

Sara Lindsay studies the sensory biology and ecology of marine invertebrates. She is especially interested in chemoreception, tissue regeneration, bioturbation and understanding how polychaetes and other infauna make a living in the mud and sand at the bottom of the ocean.

Recent Publications

  • Perry, E.S., W.R. Miller & S. Lindsay. 2015. Looking at tardigrades in a new light: using epifluorescence to interpret structure. Journal of Microscopy. 257 (2), 117-122 doi:10.1111/jmi.12190
  • Jumars, P.A., K.M. Dorgan & S.M. Lindsay. 2015. Diet of Worms Emended: An update of polychaete feeding guilds. Annual Review of Marine Science 7:497-520