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Carling Baxter (PhD student)
I am interested in the many functions of aggression, and how different forms of aggression relate to one another. I use fruit flies as a model for studying aggression in males and females under a variety of ecological conditions.
Andrew Scott (PhD student)
I use fruit flies as a model system for studying the genetic and ecological determinants of sociability across various life stages.
David Filice (PhD student)
I am interested in understanding how phenotypic plasticity mediated by various experiences, genotypes, and their interactions can influence the reproductive outcomes of sexual conflict. Currently, I am studying how differences in a male's competitive environment (number of rivals) can influence components of their mates' reproductive behaviours.
Meng Guo (Visiting PhD student)
Larissa Duke (Senior undergrad & Lab tech)
I am responsible for maintaining the various fly lines in the lab.
We typically have about a dozen undergrad students in the lab, most of them conduct independent research within one of our main research areas.
Former postdocs & students
Kevin Abbott (postdoc 2014-16)
Joseph Mentlik (MSc 2016)
Blake Anderson (MSc 2015)
Shane Golden (MSc 2014)
Sebastain Schwarz (Postdoc 2012-2013)
Zac Durisko (PhD 2013)
Isvarya Venu (MSc 2013)
Yaara Lancet (MSc 2011)
Corrine Seeley (MSc 2010)
Kevin Abbott (PhD 2009)
Sachin Sarin (MSc 2009)
Alex Lange (Postdoc 2008-9)
Lara Kujtan (MSc 2008)
Marie-Pierre Schippers (PhD in Biology, 2011)
Luca Bianco Prevot (MSc 2006)
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