Lisa M. Schulte 

Lisa Maria Schulte is interested in behavioural and evolutionary ecology, with a main focus on the evolution of chemical communication as well as parental care behaviours in frogs. During her PhD thesis she combined in situ bioassays with chemical analyses in order to identify intra- and interspecific communication systems between different live stages in poison frogs. During her early post-doctoral research, she investigated the influence of peptide hormones on amphibian parental care behaviour. She now concentrates on the identification of contact pheromones in sexual communication in hylids, combining a diverse set of methods such as next generation sequencing, histology, shot-gun proteomics and ethological approaches.

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