Past McClintock lab Ph.D. students:
  • Pan Wen Hsueh: The population and reproductive biology of the blue crab in Mobile Bay, Alabama
  • Mark Slattery: The chemical ecology of antarctic soft corals
  • Patrick Bryan: The chemical ecology of Gulf of Mexico Echinoderms
  • Stephen Beddingfield: The population biology and reproductive characteristics of the common sea urchin Lytechinus variegatus in contrasting habitats of Saint Joseph's Bay, Florida
  • Minako Vickery: Asexual reproduction in the planktotrophic larvae of sea stars
  • Anne Boettger: Effects of phosphate on aspects of the reproduction, nutrition, growth and survival of the common sea urchin Lytechinus variegatus
  • George Croll: The behavioral ecology of fiddler crabs from contrasting habitats of the Atlantic and Gulf of Mexico
  • Michael Vickery (secondary co-advisor with Dr. Charles Amsler as primary advisor): Identification and characterization of genes expressed during early regeneration using an echinoderm larval model
  • Yusheng Huang: An examination of morphological and biological traits of dominant marine plants that regulate patterns of mesograzer communities
  • Meghana Gavand (primary advisor with Dr. Charles Amsler as secondary co-advisor): An investigation of sonication and advanced oxidants as a mechanism to eradicate ballast-borne invasive microalgae and macroinvertebrates
  • Gil Koplovitz: An investigation of secondary metabolites and inorganic acids as chemical defenses against predation and fouling in Antarctic and sub-tropical ascidians
  • Erick Caamano (co-mentored with Robert Novak): The abundance and diversity of mosquitoes in three urban neighborhoods in the Southeastern United States
  • Roberta Challener: An investigation of the sublethal effects of carbon dioxide on the common sea urchin Lytechinus variegatus and of the carbonate chemistry of its nearshore habitat

Past McClintock lab M.S. students:

  • Jeff Vernon: The population biology and reproductive cycle of the irregular sea biscuit Clypeaster ravenelli
  • Clare Leonard: The population biology of a common brittle star in Saint Josephs Bay, Florida
  • Donald Thomas: The population biology and physiological ecology of the freshwater pulmonate snail Physella cubensis
  • Stephen Beddingfield: An analysis of the foraging energetics of the soft-bottom sea star Astropecten articulatus
  • Dan Swenson: The chemosensory biology of two sea stars with contrasting foraging tactics
  • Michael Lares: The effects of temperature on growth, reproduction and survival of the sea urchin Eucidaris tribuloides
  • Leslie Deason: The population biology and morphometry of the common gastropod Elimia carinocostata
  • Chris Moeller: Aspects of the chemical ecology of antarctic marine sponges
  • Jonathan Huang: The adaptive significance of crustacean mesograzer symbiosis in a common subtropical sponge
  • Hamel Sevak: An investigation of diatom antifoulant properties of individual and combined fractionated organic extracts of three common species of antarctic macroalgae
  • Jeff Butler: Eastern Illinois University - Development of a habitat model for Illinois (M.S. Program)
  • Eden Effert: University of Illinois- Test of River Continuum Concept. (Ph.D. Program)
  • Michelle McDonald: An investigation of the impacts of ocean acidification across the life history of a common intertidal barnacle
  • Kevin Scriber: An evaluation of the feeding preferences of the freshwater amphipod Hyalella azteca for aquatic vascular plants and macro algae: the potential roles of prey nutritional quality, chemical and/or structural defenses