People

Professor

Catherine Marler

Email: catherine.marler@wisc.edu

Phone: Phone: (608) 262-5598 / Fax: (608) 262-4029

Dr. Marler is a professor in the Department of Psychology and is affiliated with the Department of Integrative Biology.

Current Lab Members

Candice Malone

Position title: Graduate Student

Email: clmalone@wisc.edu

Emma Hammond

Position title: Graduate Student

Email: erhammond@wisc.edu

Kelci Cox

Position title: Graduate Student

Email: krcox2@wisc.edu

Elsa Luebke

Position title: Research Specialist/Lab Manager

Email: emluebke@wisc.edu

Undergraduate Research Assistants

Warren Treis

Position title: Undergraduate Research Assistant

Email: wtreis@wisc.edu

Audrey Wegener

Position title: Undergraduate Research Assistant

Email: awegener@wisc.edu

Jiaxuan Li

Position title: Undergraduate Research Assistant

Email: jli2354@wisc.edu

Alejandra Almanzar

Position title: Undergraduate Research Assistant

Email: torresalmanz@wisc.edu

Machine Learning Undergraduate Research Assistants

Zhimin Hu

Position title: Machine Learning Undergraduate Assistant

Email: hu436@wisc.edu

Zhiwei Xue

Position title: Machine Learning Undergraduate Assistant

Email: aidanxue@umich.edu

Sumanth Karnati

Position title: Machine Learning Undergraduate Assistant

Current Collaborators

Former Lab Members

  • Ellen Davis (Assoc. Prof, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater)
    Challenge & Winner Effect  /  Neuroendocrine basis of female aggression
  • Nicole Kime (Prof, Edgewood College)
    AVT and anuran communication  /  Challenge & Winner effect
  • Erin Gleason (Director of Global Med Info and Training, Med Affairs at Bluebird Bio)
    Hormonal mechanisms of mate choice and courtship.
  • Elizabeth Becker (Assoc. Prof, Lawrence University)
    Dopamine and the winner effect, urinary scent marking
  • Matthew Fuxjager (Assoc. Prof, Brown University)
    Androgen hormones, territoriality, and the winner effect
  • Tina Whitney
    Progesterone, aggression, and paternal behavior  /  AVT and anuran communication.
  • Darcy Geddes
    Neuroendocrine basis of paternal behavior female aggression
  • Temitayo Oyegbile (Physician, UW Hospital)
    Challenge & Winner effect
  • Janet Bester-Meredith (Assistant Prof, University of Washington)
    AVP and aggression
  • Ramon Diaz-Uriarte (Assoc. Prof, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid)
    Antipredator behavior and aggression  /  Effects of testosterone on parasite load
  • Brian Trainor (Prof, University of California at Davis)
    Environment and development  /  AVP and aggression  /  Challenge & Winner effect  /  Effects of testosterone and aromotase on social behavior
  • Kurt Klomberg
    AVT and anuran communication