Justin Touchon, PhD. (2002-2009) Developmental ecology and reproductive mode plasticity of a Neotropical treefrog: Interacting abiotic and biotic environmental effects over three life stages. Belamarich award winner for the Most Outstanding Biology Dissertation at BU. Currently an Assistant Professor at Vassar College.
Smithsonian “Meet Our Scientists” video interview of Justin “frog follower” Touchon.
Michael Caldwell, PhD. (2003-2010) The use of vibrational information by red-eyed treefrogs for communication and antipredator defense. Belamarich award winner for the Most Outstanding Biology Dissertation at BU. Currently a postdoc at the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute.
Science Friday coverage of Michael’s discovery of vibrational communication by competing male red-eyed treefrogs, including his video recordings of tremulation behavior.
Myra Hughey, PhD. (2005-2011) Integrating species interactions and spatial dynamics to explain insect distribution and abundance on a patchy resource. Currently a postdoc with Lisa Belden at Virginia Tech.
MA student Ming Guo joined the lab in 2012, with a background in computer science. Ming studied 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 was co-advised by Profs Mark Crovella (Computer Science) and Greg McDaniel (Mechanical Engineering). Currently working in software development.
Ivan Gomez-Mestre (Postdoc 2002–5), now Staff Scientist at Estación Biológica de Doñana, Spain.
James Vonesh (Postdoc 2003–4), now Associate Professor, Virginia Commonwealth University.
Michael McCoy (Postdoc 2008–9), now Assistant Professor, East Carolina University.
Venetia Briggs (Postdoc 2007–9), now Research Associate, University of Florida, Fort Lauderdale
Justin Touchon (Postdoc 2009–2010), now Assistant Professor, Vassar College
Tobias Landberg (Postdoc 2010–2011), now Assistant Professor, Arcadia University