DAVIS RABOSKY LAB

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MAGGIE GRUNDLER, Undergraduate (2012-2015)


HANNAH RESES, Undergraduate (2012-2014)

Assessing the effectiveness of roadside dispersal barriers for diamondback terrapins


Subsequent position: Masters student, Rollins School of Public Health, Emory University

Former Lab Members

JUAN PABLO BUSSO, Masters Student (2012-2013)


Female preference in the polymorphic spider Maevia inclemens and its influence on alternative reproductive tactics


Subsequent position: Ph.D. student, Department of Evolutionary Biology and Environmental Studies, University of Zurich

Population genetics of frequency-dependent color polymorphism


Subsequent position: Ph.D. student, UC Berkeley

NSF GRFP Fellow

IVAN MONAGAN, Frontiers Masters student (2014-2016)


Co-advised with John Vandermeer


Anolis lizards as biocontrol agents in tropical coffee agriculture


Subsequent position: Ph.D. student, Columbia University/AMNH

Ford Foundation Fellow

IMANI RUSSELL, Frontiers Masters student (2016-2018)


Co-advised with Tim James


Modeling chytridiomycosis dynamics across ecosystems in tropical anuran communities


Subsequent position: Ph.D. student, UC Santa Barbara

NSF GRFP Fellow

BRIANA SEALEY, Frontiers Masters student (2017-2019)


Predator cues and ontogeny effects on anti-predator displays of South American Calico snakes (Oxyrhopus)


Subsequent position: Ph.D. student, UT Austin

NSF GRFP Fellow

ERIN WESTEEN, Postgraduate Research Technician (2017-2018)


Morphological evolution of opisthoglyph dentition in snakes - and all things CT!


Subsequent position: Ph.D. student, UC Berkeley