A new paper called “vocal behavior and the use of social information during roost finding” (https://doi.org/10.3389/fevo.2022.905925) got published today!
Costa Rica 2022
We had a great time in Costa Rica working with a colleague and two amazing students. This time we did flight cage experiments, to understand the vocal behavior or Thyroptera tricolor.
Happy to share our paper, authored by 100% latinxs, both women and non-binary: The energetics of social signaling during roost location in Spix’s disc-winged bats: https://journals.biologists.com/jeb/article-abstract/224/14/jeb238279/270962/The-energetics-of-social-signaling-during-roost?redirectedFrom=fulltext#.YPngdUJ2Hdw.twitter
In this lab we are against racism and discrimination in all their forms
In my lab we stand with all victims of racism. Here we foster diversity, equity & inclusion
Amazing news! Imran’s honors thesis called “Vertebrate species richness at littoral beaver lodges in a temperate artificial pond” has been accepted for publication at Journal of Fish and Wildlife Management.
Congratulations to Geore Gurgis on defending his Bio honors thesis today! He did a great Job!
George is starting a PhD at Stony Brook in the Fall. Good Luck!
Great news!!! Our paper called “Contact calling in context: Intra and intergroup variation in vocalization rates depend on a call’s function”, in collaboration with Dr. Gloriana Chaverri from Universidad de Costa Rica and Dr. Yimen Araya-Ajoy from Norwegian University of Science and Technology, got accepted in Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology.
North American Symposium on Bat Research 2019
Alex did an amazing job presenting her poster at NASBR 2019 in Kalamazoo, MI.
Alex did a great job presenting a poster for his summer research at the Rise symposium.