Professor, Department of Biology and Principal Investigator, Lewis Laboratory
Sara Lewis is an ecologist and professor of Biology at Tufts University. She has spent the past thirty years studying insect behavior, ecology, and evolution, and teaches popular courses in statistics and science communication. In addition to writing numerous scientific articles, Lewis has given a TED talk and has written popular articles for Scientific American, Undark, CNN, The Guardian, and Natural History. Her work has been featured in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, and BBC, along with numerous radio shows. She is also the author of Silent Sparks:The Wondrous World of Fireflies, a highly accessible and entertaining journey into the luminous lives of these cherished insects.