Team Midshipman
 
 
 
 

Last updated 8-18-16
Current Members Honorary Members and Collaborators

Joseph Sisneros (Principal Investigator)
sisneros@uw.edu
Neuroethology of acoustic communication in fishes.

Elvis (Honorary Lab Member)
TCB~@u.washington.edu

 

Orphal Colleye (Postdoctoral Associate)
colleo@uw.edu
Fish bioacoustics

Richard Fay (Senior Scientist)
Marine Biological Laboratory
RFAY@luc.edu
Hearing in fishes
 
Paul Forlano (Assistant Professor)
City University of New York, Brooklyn College
pforlano@brooklyn.cuny.edu
Mechanisms underlying steroid-induced neural plasticity
and sex differences in brain and behavior

Robert Mohr (PhD Candidate Student)
rmohr916@uw.edu

Functional mapping of brain activation patterns in response to simple and complex acoustic signals.

 

Allison Coffin (Assistant Professor)
Washington State University Vancouver
allison.coffin@vancouver.wsu.edu
Development and morphology of the inner ear of fishes

Ruiyu Zeng (PhD Student)
zengr@uw.edu
Zebrafish Hearing
 

Andrew Brown (Postdoc, University of Colorado Denver)
andrew.d.brown@ucdenver.edu
Spatial hearing in humans; morphological and behavioral studies of the lateral line system in teleost fishes.

Nicholas Lozier (PhD Student)
nlozier@uw.edu
Plasticity of fish auditory systems

David Zeddies (Senior Scientist)
JASCO Applied Sciences
davidzeddies@gmail.com
Sound source localization by fishes

 
Yiran (Ivy) Chang
(Undergraduate Student)

gacivy@live.com

Raquel Vasconcelos (Assistant Professor)
University of St. Joseph (Macau)
raquel_vasconcelos@ispa.pt

Neuroethology of acoustic communication in the Lusitanian toadfish (Halobatrachus didactylus)

 

William Palmer
(Undergraduate student)
wcp23@uw.edu

Lab Alumni

Ashwin Bhandiwad (PhD Candidate)
bhandiwa@uw.edu

Hearing and the effects of noise on fishes

Currently a postdoc at NIH

Elizabeth Whitchurch (Postdoc)
Humboldt State University
lizwhitchurch@gmail.com

Currently employed at Humboldt State University

Peter Alderks (Ph.D.)
pwa2@uw.edu
Ontogenetic plasticity of auditory senstivity in the plainfin midshipman fish.

Currently employed at Microsoft

Christina Jarvis (Undergraduate Student)
christinajarvis@msn.com
Early growth and development of fishes
Meagan Wong (Undergraduate Student)
mizugurl@uw.edu
Currently in medical school at Touro University in California.

Andrew Acob (Undergraduate Student)
aacob@u.washington.edu

Currently in medical school at UW

Kiel Shaub (PostGraduate Student)
kielshaub@gmail.com
Currently in a PhD program at UCLA

Brian Sniffen (Undergraduate Student)
Gonzaga University School of Law
Currently an associate attorney at Miller Nash LLP (environmental law)