August 2017 - Rachel Drown has joined the Anderson Lab to work on an M.S. focusing on chameleon behavioral ecology!
- Chris traveled to Chipiona, Spain to conduct field work on chameleon feeding and vibratory communication in Chamaeleo chamaeleon with Kris Karsten (California Lutheran University)!
July 2017 - Chris traveled to Costa Rica with Dr. Andrea Liebl (USD) to collect Anolis lizards for their ongoing collaborative
work with Tom Roberts (Brown University)!
June 2017 - Samuel Tegge, an M.S. student from Western Kentucky University collaborator Steve Huskey's lab, just completed a very successful visit to the Anderson Lab
for a month of collecting EMG recordings during
vibratory signals produced in chameleons!
May 2017 - Chris went to Friday Harbor
Laboratories (University of Washington) to
Scan All The Chameleons! During his visit
he was able to get µCT scans from over
140 specimens, representing all 12
genera of chameleons!
I am actively seeking both undergraduate and graduate students (M.S. & Ph.D.) to work in my lab. Please visit our Join the Lab page and contact me if interested!