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Past Lab Members

Amanda Franklin, Ph.D. 2017
Dissertation: Visual signaling, chemical cues, and camouflage in a stomatopod crustacean
Nooria Al-Wathiqui, Ph.D. 2016
Dissertation: Postcopulatory reproductive processes: the role of male and female reproductive genes and proteins in speciation and sexual selection
Natasha Tigreros, Ph.D. 2013 (contact)
Dissertation: Male and female reproductive roles in the context of life history and nutritional ecology
Adam South, Ph.D. 2012 (contact)
Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Catteruccia Lab, Harvard School of Public Health
Dissertation: Seminal Influences: The role of nuptial gifts in sequential episodes of sexual selection
Tatyana Fedina, Ph.D. 2007 (contact)
Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Michigan Medical School
Dissertation: Cryptic female choice of mates in flour beetles (Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae) (pdf)
Randi Rotjan, Ph.D. 2007 (contact)
Associate Research Scientist, New England Aquarium
Dissertation: The Patterns, Causes, and Consequences of Parrotfish Corallivory in Belize (pdf)
Kristian Demary, Ph.D. 2005 (contact)
Lecturer, Mass College of Art
Dissertation: Connecting pre- and post-mating episodes of sexual selection in Photinus greeni fireflies
Christopher Cratsley, Ph.D. 2000 (contact)
Professor, Biology/Chemistry, Fitchburg State University
Dissertation: Sexual selection in Photinus fireflies: The roles of male courtship signals and nuptial gifts (pdf)
Jennifer Rooney, Ph.D. 2000
Dissertation: Male reproductive investment in two fireflies, Photinus ignitus and Ellychnia corrusca: effects on male and female reproductive success(pdf)
Margaret Bloch Qazi, Ph.D. 1999 (contact)
Associate Professor in Biology and Chair, Department of Biology, Gustavus Adolphus College
Dissertation: Sperm Precedence in a Flour Beetle (pdf)
Douglas Colson, M.S. 1997
Assistant Professor, Otolaryngology, UMass Memorial Medical Center, Worcester
M.D. 2000, New York Medical College
Thesis: Bioacoustics in the dwarf searhorse, Hippocampus zosterae
Heather Masonjones, Ph.D. 1997 (contact)
Chair/Professor, University of Tampa
Dissertation: Sexual selection in the dwarf seahorse, Hippocampus zosterae (Syngnathidae): An investigation into the mechanisms determining the degree of male vs. female intrasexual competition and intersexual choice (pdf)
Dr. Qing-lei Ming, Postdoc
Associate Professor of Biology
Xuzhou Normal University, China