Phillip Oelbaum, Damion Whyte and Ronnie Hall

Phillip Oelbaum is a PhD candidate in the Welch Lab at the University of Toronto Scarborough. His research is focused on the ecological role of insects in the diets of nectar and fruit feeding bats, and coexistence of similar species in diverse faunas.

Ronnie Hall is a PhD candidate in the Dumont lab at the University of California Merced. His research focus is on the evolutionary history of diet, morphology and ecology of Phyllostomid bats.

Damion Whyte is a PhD student at the University of the West Indies, Mona, Jamaica. He works on several vertebrates on the island and is also an advocate for the environment via various channels such as social media, radio and TV. Across the island, he helps people with environmental problems and carries out outreach projects with schools, church groups and environmental clubs.