Before graduating in 2015, JF worked working on several projects to investigate how humans and pigeons use landmarks and geometry for orientation. These projects involved the use of virtual reality (in collaboration with Dr. Weimin Mou) and open-field testing, and the neural processes involved in spatial and visual tasks in collaboration with Dr. Doug Wylie.
Chris completed his Ph.D. in our lab in 2014, studying a wide range of memory and decision-making processes in humans using behavioural methods as well as fMRI. He is currently a postdoctoral fellow at Boston College.
You can find Chris’ website here.
Eric completed his Ph.D. in our lab in 2013, studying species ranging from pigeons, penguins, rats, cockroaches, crickets, grasshoppers, desert ants and humans. He is currently an Assistant Professor MacEwan University.
Danielle Baron (Lubyk)
Danielle completed her M.Sc. in our lab in 2012. She is currently Research Facilitator for the Office of VP Research and the College of Agriculture & Bioresources, University of Saskatchewan.
Emily Batty obtained her Ph.D. in our lab in August 2009. She is currently working as a Methods Analyst for the Edmonton Police Service.