Skip to content →

Laboratory Members

Avian Ecology Laboratory

Paige Farchmin, Rachael DiSciullo, Madi Rittenger

Ashley Tauber (not pictured for 2020 social distancing reasons; see below)
Paige Farchmin, Rachael DiSciullo, Madi Rittenger (pre-pandemic)
Ashley Tauber (not pictured for 2020 social distancing reasons; see below)

Current Ph.D. Students

Rachael A. DiSciullo

B.S., 2013, Drexel University
M.S., 2016, University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Ph.D. Dissertation Research

Role of male song in sexual selection

Rachael A. DiSciullo
Rachael A. DiSciullo

DiSciullo, R.A, C.F. Thompson,
and S.K. Sakaluk. 2019. Perceived threat to paternity reduces likelihood of paternal provisioning in house wrens. Behavioral Ecology 30: 1336-1343.

DiSciullo, R.A., and A.L. Basolo. 2019. Body size, but not age-at-maturation or context, affects the expression of predator-induced behavioural plasticity in female green swordtails (Xiphophorus hellerii). Ethology 126: 320-332.

Current M.S. Students & Undergraduates

Madi Rittinger

B.S., Biopsychology, 2017,
Ohio Dominican University

M.S. Thesis Research

Sex-specific effects of hatching order and hatching synchrony on nestling corticosterone levels

Madi Rittinger
Madi Rittinger

Paige Farchmin

B.S., Biological Sciences
Illinois State University, 2019

M.S. Thesis Research

Effect of experimental increase in nestbox temperature on nestling fitness-related traits

Page Farchmin
Paige Farchmin

Ashley Tauber

Undergraduate, Illinois State University

Undergraduate Researh

Experimental increase in antioxidants and nestling growth and health state

Ashley Tauber
Ashley Tauber
Skip to toolbar