Ph.D. Biological Sciences, the University of Rhode Island, Kingston, RI
M.Sc Biological Sciences, the University of Rhode Island, Kingston, RI
B.A. Biology, English Literature, Environmental Science, American University, Washington, DC
Comparative physiology of marine organisms; neural control of cardiac and smooth muscle; neuromuscular transmission; invertebrate neurotransmitters and their receptors; history of marine science
Devlin, C. L. and Schlosser, W. 2001. A Review: The pharmacology of GABA and ACh receptors at the echinoderm neuromuscular junction. In The Physiology of Echinoderms and Decapod Crustaceans, a special volume of the Journal of Experimental Biology. 204(5): 887-896.
Devlin, C. L. 1992. Electrophysiological and pharmacological properties of the ventricle of the mollusc, Mercenaria mercenaria. In Phylogenetic Models in Functional Coupling of the CNS and the Cardiovascular System. (R. B. Hill, ed.), S. Karger Medical and Scientific Publishers, Basel, Switzerland. pp. 166-181.
Hill, R. B., Huddart, H. and Devlin, C. L. 1992. Activation of a molluscan heart.
In Phylogenetic Models in Functional Coupling of the CNS and the Cardiovascular System. (R. B. Hill, ed.), S. Karger Medical and Scientific Publishers, Basel, Switzerland. pp. 149-165.
Hill. R. B., Devlin, C. L., Langton, P. D. and Smith, P. J. S. 1987. The electrical membrane responses which accompany mechanical responses of molluscan buccal and cardiac muscle to FMRFamide: comparison to serotonin and acetylcholine. In Neurobiology: Molluscan Models. (H. H. Boer, W. P. M. Geraerts and J. Josse, eds.) North-Holland Publishing Co., Amsterdam, pp. 105 - 109.
Neurobiology, General Endocrinology, Advanced Mammalian Physiology, Introductory Human Physiology, Mammalian Anatomy, the Development and Physiology of Organisms
Penn State Abington Outstanding Teaching Award 1997
Penn State Abington Scholar Award 2000