BA Biology, Columbia Union College
PhD Zoology, University of Maryland
Dr. Stout received his Ph.D. in zoology from the University of Maryland. In addition to his duties as Andrews University's Dean of Research, Stout leads a vigorous research team and teaches Systems Physiology and Cell and Molecular Biology. His research interests in neurobiology, molecular biology and behavorial physiology have resulted in scores of papers. Professor Stout has received funding from NIH, NSF, a Humboldt Award (Alexander von Humboldt Foundation, Germany), USAFORS, Smithsonian Institution, GRI, and AU Faculty Grants and collaborated with neurobiologists at the University of Cologne and the Max-Planck-Institut fur Verhaltensphysiologie and animal behaviorists at Oxford University.
His research is currently in molecular neurobiology, cellular neurobiology, hormone physiology, and animal behavior. These research interests all relate to understanding signal recognition in the nervous system and behavioral regulation by hormones and other factors.