January 2018 - Some of our work on chameleon feeding has been featured in a video on the California Academy of Science's online magazine bioGraphic. Click here to see it!
- Samuel Tegge, a M.S. student from WKU collaborator Steve Huskey's lab, is visiting the Lab to collect muscle physiology data related to our research on vibratory signals in chameleons!
- Chris went to Friday Harbor Laboratories to Scan All The Chameleons! Chris now has µCT scans from 233 specimens, representing 155 species (+5 additional subspecies),
including all 12 genera of chameleons! Thats 75% of all
described chameleon species!
December 2017 - Chris traveled to Costa Rica with
Andrea Liebl (USD) to collect Anolis lizards for
their ongoing collaborative work with Tom
Roberts (Brown University)!
August 2017 - Chris traveled to Chipiona,
Spain to conduct field work on
chameleon feeding & vibratory
communication in Chamaeleo
chamaeleon with Kris Karsten
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!