Lab Members

Ian Hamilton


Postdocs


Graduate Students


Dee Bolen
Jennifer Hellmann
Elizabeth Hoskins
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Isaac Ligocki My focus of study is how group structure is preserved in cooperatively breeding societies, in spite of asymmetrical individual interests. In particular, I am interested in how 3rd party interactions can play a role in alleviating these conflicts. My experimental work is focused on the Lake Tanganyikan cichlid Neolamprologus pulcher, I also plan to utilize asymmetrical multiplayer game theoretical models to further address these questions.
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Erin Lindstedt I am interested in how environment shapes the transmission of information in group living organisms. Specifically, I am interested in how predation risk (both acute and over evolutionary time) influences how individuals use available social information. Currently, I am using various species of Gambusia to answer questions of predation risk and social information use.
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Andy Yoak

Former Postdocs and Graduate Students

Postdocs

Wiline Pangle

Suzanne Robertson

Roger Schürch

PhD

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Erin Greenlee
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Jonathan Hall

MS

Dessa Bokides

Heather Smith

Oyita Udiani

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