Jonathan B. Losos - Washington University, USA: website
Kenneth J. Feeley - University of Miami, USA: website
Sean T. Giery - University of Connecticut, USA: website
Jason J. Kolbe - University of Rhode Island, USA: website
Robert Heathcote - University of Exeter, UK: website
Graeme R. Gillespie - University of Melbourne, Australia: website
Mark C. Ladd - University of California - Santa Barbara, USA: website
Evan Rehm - Colorado State University, USA: website
Michelle Thompson - Chicago Field Museum, USA: website
Timothy M. Perez - University of Miami, USA: website
The Undergrad Research Team!
*under-represented minority student
Nick was my first undergraduate research assistant, approaching me in my first couple of months of beginning graduate school. Together we developed a project monitoring the organisation and structure of the Anolis community on FIU's Campus. This work is currently in prep for submission in Spring 2016.
Nick is now an ecology graduate student at FIU under the supervision of Dr. Jamie Theobold, investigating the vision ecology of bees.
Marie developed her own independent project assessing the effect of urbanization on various aspects of Cuban brown anole (A. sagrei) behaviour. This manuscript is currently in prep aiming for a Spring 2016 submission to Behavioural Ecology.
Marie is applying to begin ecology graduate school in Fall 2017.
Veronica is the toepad queen! Veronica assists with processing Anolis toepad characteristics, such as length and width relative to overall body size, and calculating the number of subdigital lamellae.
Since beginning to work with me Veronica has been accepted to Veterinary School at the University of Florida, with an interest in specializing in reptiles.
Oliver's work with me has been both inventive and comprehensive. We have co-authored two natural history notes which are currently in review, and will be co-authored on one of my PhD dissertation chapters as his help with the project has been invaluable. Additionally, we have another manuscript in prep which he is lead authoring discussing the ecomorphological organization of the most diverse lizard community in the world (located at Fairchild Tropical Botanical Gardens, Miami FL).
Oliver is due to start ecology graduate school in Fall 2016.