St├ęphanie Doucet

Associate Professor

Department of Integrative Biology
401 Sunset Avenue, Biology Building
University of Windsor
Windsor, ON, N9B 3P4, Canada
Phone (office): (519) 253-3000 ext. 2727
Phone (lab): (519) 253-3000 ext. 2704

Rick Simpson

Postdoctoral Fellow

Rick is currently working on multiple projects in the lab, including signal divergence in wood warblers, mechanisms and signal interactions of iridescent hummingbird courtship signals, and fruit colour, fruit quality, and fruit preference in birds at local vineyards.

Katrina Switzer

PhD Student

Katy is studying the mechanisms and function of rapid colour change in Neotropical toads using experiments conducted in the field, along with some radiotracking to try to understand more about the behaviour and natural history of this unusual species. 

Grace Bastien

MSc Student

Grace is studying how fruit colour and quality influence grape predation by birds at local vineyards. She is also performing systematic tests of non-invasive bird deterrents to determine how effective they are relative to their cost, and how senstivite to habituation by the birds.

Nicole Shangi

MSc Student

Nicole is just beginning her MSc research on Neotropical yellow toads, but had previously volunteered in the lab on several toad related projects including video analyses of movement and mate choice behaviour, and quantifying blood parasite loads. 

John Doe

Job description

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