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Lab Research Videos & Seminars
For the 2022 Animal Behavior Society meeting, our graduate student, Rose Hamilton, made a virtual presentation of her research:
"If memory serves: Do multimodal signals affect the working memory of female túngara frogs?"
Our former graduate student giving his thesis defense over Zoom in May 2020 highlights our lab's ability to adapt to challenges while also celebrating the hard work of our investigators.
Effectively communicating science to a wide array of audiences is an integral part of what it means to be a researcher. Here, Dr. Taylor presents our lab's recent research efforts as part of a virtual biology seminar series at Salisbury University.
Dr. Claire Hemingway presents her research from her PhD on the decision-making strategies of the frog-eating bat, Trachops cirrhosus; a species of particular interest to our system.
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