Current Lab Members
PhD student Kristina Cohen joined the lab in 2010, after training and working as a middle and high school science teacher. Kristina studies the evolution and development of hatching mechanisms and hatching performance. She divides her time between tropical and temperate fieldwork, molecular lab work, and histology. [email@example.com]
PhD student Jesse Delia joined the lab in 2011, after a Masters at East Carolina University with Kyle Summers. Jesse studies parent-embryo interactions, sexual selection, hatching plasticity, and the evolution of parental care in glassfrogs. He has studied glassfrogs in Mexico, Ecuador and Peru, and currently works mainly in Panama and Colombia. [firstname.lastname@example.org]
MA student Ming Guo joined the lab in 2012, with a background in computer science. Ming studies how red-eyed treefrog embryos use vibration properties to discriminate between snake attacks on clutches, which induce premature hatching, and rain, which does not. She is co-advised by Profs Mark Crovella (Computer Science) and Greg McDaniel (Mechanical Engineering). [email@example.com]
BA student Chris Addis has assisted with research on hatching mechanisms, histologically examined ear development in red-eyed treefrogs, and is compiling literature data for an analysis of primate sexual behavior.
BA student Sonia Perez Arias is helping to study the development of hatching mechanisms and hatching behavior.