||Piyumika is a postdoc working on our zebrafish project. She is interested in understanding how small changes in the physical environment induce major shifts in behavioral strategies. Piyumika integrates field and lab experiments (primarily on fish), and places her work in the context of anthropogenic climate change.|
||Cristina is a postdoc working on the behavioral ecology of Sceloporus lizards. She combines lab and field experiments to ask questions related to the evolution of intra- and interspecific communication and signaling.|
|Dr. Julio A. Rivera||
Julio is a postdoc working on inferring evolution using phylogenetic comparative methods. He is using phylogenies, fossil, and climate data to reconstruct ancestral traits of complex phenotypes. He is also implementing and developing comparative methods to study the phenotypic evolution of Sceloporus lizards.
Dr. Tamal Roy
|Tamal is a postdoc working on our zebrafish project. He is interested in looking at how individuals across natural populations of zebrafish differ in laterality and colour discrimination through performance tasks, and how these divergences are guided by various environmental factors.|
|Jennifer Flores||Jennifer is a Master student and Research Specialist in The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. She is broadly interested in conservation and protection of wildlife. Currently, her work focuses on the habitat ecology and occupancy of Sceloporus species that inhabit the Trans-Mexican Volcanic Belt. Specifically, her goal is to identify which habitat characteristics predict their occupancy with the aim of providing pertinent information for land management and conservation efforts.|
|Melissa López||Melissa is a technician, working on our zebrafish project.|