Kendra Lahut

Kendra Lahut

Research Assistant

I joined the lab in February of 2012 as a lab technician and research assistant. During my undergraduate degree, I worked in Darryl Gwynne’s lab, which focuses on the evolutionary behaviour of sexual selection in arthropods, and I completed a thesis project examining how maternal effect can influence survival rates in juvenile Fall Field Crickets (Gryllus pennsylvannicus) against their native predator, the Wolf Spider (Hogna carolinensis). I graduated from the University of Toronto at Mississauga in June, 2011 with a Bachelor’s degree in Biology and Psychology.

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Education: 
B.Sc. (Biology, University of Toronto Mississauga)