Role of the swim bladder for sound production and audtiory reception in male midshipman fish
Currently a Research Scientist at the Limnological Institute - Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences
Nicholas Lozier (Ph.D)
Ontogenetic & reproductive state-dependent changes to the auditory inner ear and swim bladder of the plainfin midshipman fish (Porichthys notatus)
Currently a postdoc at the University of Pittsburgh
Auditory sensitivity of the lagena and role of the swim bladder in auditory reception
Currently an Assistant Professor at the University of St. Thomas
Role of the swim bladder for sound reception and acoustic communication in the plainfin midshipman.
Currently a Horticulturist at Amazon Spheres.
Fish bioacoustics and sound pressure detection via the swim bladder in the midshipman.
Currently a postdoc at University of de Liege.
Currently a Research Scientist at the Allen Institute for Brain Science.
Seasonal auditory sensitivity and the role of the swim bladder in auditory reception in the midshipman.
Currently employed at Humboldt State University
Currently a Design Researcher at Microsoft.
Currently a Ph.D. student in the clinical psychology program at Yale University.
Raquel Vasconcelos (Ph.D)
Neuroethology of acoustic communication in the Lusitanian toadfish (H.didactylus)
Currently an Associate Professor at the University of St. Joseph (Macau)