Fulbright, Biology, Ecuador
A Test of the Ecological Gradient Hypothesis in the Ecuadorian Andes
"My research integrates genetic and behavioral studies to answer questions regarding the biological processes that generate and maintain biological diversity, particularly in tropical ecosystems."
"My PhD research on duetting behaviour in the grey-breasted wood-wrens revealed that males and females use their songs in similar contexts; both males and females sing to defend their territory and to repel same-sex rivals."
Caroline Hingle won a Fulbright to Ecuador in Biology during her master's studies in ecology and systematics at SF State. She went on to win a Gates Cambridge Scholarship for her doctoral studies in zoology at the University of Cambridge.
Read about Caroline Dingle's PhD studies as a Gates Cambridge Scholar.
See Dr. Hingle's discussion of her research interests.
See abstracts of selected publications by Dr. Hingle.