Undergrads, interns, volunteers

The Lizard Lab has had substantial help from our interns and volunteers. Check out our hall of fame. Most interns join the lab during the spring-summer field season.

We also have an amazing husbandry team, led by Christine Wilson, that help look after our study animals. Our current husbandry team is as follows:

Christine Wilson (2014-)
Joshua Cunningham (June 2016-)
Ann Ching (2016-)
Teagan Parker Kielniacz (2016-)
Jordan Theobold (8 March 2017-)
Luke Jeffery (8 March 2017-)

Here are our active members of the lab:

The amazing Christine Wilson.

The amazing Christine Wilson. Christine manages our husbandry team, orders lizard food, looks after a huge number of lizards and manages and trouble-shoots all sorts of issues in the lab. She is also employed by Dan Noble and has helped on a number of projects in the lab. We would be in trouble without her.

Josh Cunningham not only helps us with husbandry, but was a huge help scoring videos on the tree skink project and currently helps with various cognition projects in the lab. June 2016-


Max Mühlenhaupt is helping James Baxter-Gilbert on the water dragon project. January 2017-

Max Mühlenhaupt is helping James Baxter-Gilbert on the water dragon project. January 2017-

Will Bailes is our robotics expert. He is in the Department of Engineering and won a scholarship to work with us on our bluey signalling project. His mission is to build a robotic bluey! In this photo he is capturing images to make a 3-D lizard.