Lab Alumni

Robert Mohr (Ph.D.)
robmohr16@gmail.com
Role of the swim bladder for sound reception and acoustic communication in the plainfin midshipman.

Currently employed at Amazon Spheres.

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Brooke Vetter (Postdoctoral Fellow)

bjvetter@uw.edu 
Auditory sensitivity of the lagena and role of the swim bladder in auditory reception

Currently an Assistant Professor at the University of St. Thomas

Ashwin Bhandiwad (Ph.D.)
abhandiwad@gmail.com 
Hearing and the effects of noise on fishes.

Currently a postdoc at NIH.

Orphal Colleye (Postdoctoral Fellow)

O.Colleye@ulg.ac.be 
Fish bioacoustics and sound pressure detection via the swim bladder in the midshipman.

Currently a postdoc at University of de Liege.

Peter Alderks (Ph.D.)
pwa2@uw.edu 
Ontogenetic changes in the auditory system of the plainfin midshipman fish.

Currently employed at Microsoft.

Raquel Vasconcelos (Ph.D)
raquel.vasconcelos@usj.edu.mo 
Neuroethology of acoustic communication in the Lusitanian toadfish (H.didactylus)
Currently an Assistant Professor at the University of St. Joseph (Macau)

William Palmer (B.S.)
pal36912@gmail.com 
Superior Raphe Nuclei Activation to a Social Acoustic Signal in Female Porichthys notatus.

Currently employed as a research technician at the University of Washington.

Sisneros Laboratory
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Department of Psychology
University of Washington

Contact Info:
Joseph Sisneros, sisneros@uw.edu
Office phone: 206-543-8893, 
Lab phone: 206-543-5313

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