Evolutionary Functional Morphology Lab

People

Principal Investigator

Philip J. Bergmann

Philip J. Bergmann

E-mail: pjbergma@clarku.edu
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Current Students

Gen Morinaga

September 2012 - Present

PhD student interested in reptile functional morphology


Cynthia Alonso

January 2014 - Present

MS student working on phylogenetically-informed statistical techniques


Hannah Diebboll

June 2013 - Present

MS student working on rates of dehydration in various for species under various environmental conditions


Kyle Pettinelli

January 2012 - Present

MS student working on substrate effects on lizard locomotion


Faye Harwell

January 2014 - Present

BA student working on thermal and moisture preferences and jumping performance in frogs


Molly Provost

May 2013 - Present

BA student working on lizard burrowing functional morphology


Marian Crockett

May 2014 - Present

BA student interested in animal locomotion and science education


Sarah Kaufman

May 2014 - Present

BA student working on lizard locomotion





Graduate Student Alumni

Allegra Mitchell - MS Student, 1/2011 to 5/2014 - Thesis "The effects of body temperature and hydration on environmental temperature and moisture preferences and jumping performance in green frogs (Lithobates clamitans)"

Natasha Tchamitchian - MA Student, 3/2011 to 5/2013 - Thesis "The effects of anthropogenic and natural acidification on Amphibians"




Past Students

Becca Rood-Goldman - Undergraduate, 8/2013 to 4/2014

Leah Siegel-Reamer - Undergraduate, 5/2012 to 4/2014

Mandy Gaudreau - PhD Student, 1/2012 to 4/2013

Kelsey Giedymin - Undergraduate, 9/2011 to 4/2012

Meredith Hare-Drubka - Undergraduate, 5/2011 to 15/2013

David Opp - Undergraduate, 1/2011 to 4/2011

Simone Palladino - Undergraduate, 9/2011 to 4/2012

Daniel Rabinowicz - Undergraduate, 1/2011 to 8/2012

Katelyn Richer - Undergraduate Work study, 9/2012 to 4/2013

Erika Roth - Undergraduate, 5/2012 to 4/2013

Sarah Schnur - Undergraduate, 5/2012 to 5/2013

Allyson Zelck, 1/2011 to 4/2012 - Undergraduate



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