Doctoral Student MARTHA LYKE
Research Interests: My research interests center on primate diet and feeding ecology. In my research, I investigate ecological questions using a combination of molecular and field methods.
Advisor: Dr. Joanna Lambert
Degrees: BA Environmental Studies, Northeastern Illinois University; MS Biology, Northeastern Illinois University; MA Anthropology, University of Texas at San Antonio
Dissertation/Thesis Topic: A molecular analysis of entomophagy by sympatric, omnivorous guenons (Cercopithecus ascanius, C. mitis) in Kibale National Park, Uganda.
Lyke, MM., Dubach, J., Briggs, MB. (2013) A molecular analysis of African lion (Panthera leo) mating structure and extra-group paternity in Etosha National Park. Molecular Ecology, 22(10), 2787-2796.