Tigga Kingston — PI of the lab, is originally from the UK. Her work focuses on bat conservation ecology in Southeast Asia.
Kendra Phelps completed her PhD in Summer 2016, studying the response of bat assemblages to different levels of cave disturbance in Bohol Island, Philippines. She is currently a Research Associate in the Kingston lab and an Instructor in the Department of Biological Sciences
Marina Fisher-Phelps is a PhD student from the US. She is working on the sources of bias in spatial distribution models, focusing on models and datasets drawn from Southeast Asian bats.
Iroro Tanshi is a PhD student from Nigeria, her research focus on bat assemblage structure along an elevational gradient in SE Nigeria.
Macy Madden is a PhD student from the US, she is interested in how the role that bats play as pollinators of baobab trees, and is working in South Africa.
Benneth Obitte is a PhD student from Nigeria. He plans to quantify the extent of bat hunting, and the ecological and ecosystems consequences of hunting in SE Nigeria.