sarah woolley lab

What bird brains can teach us about learning, perception and variability


Sarah C. Woolley, PhD


Associate Professor, Department of Biology, McGill University


Current Lab Members

PhD Students


Erin Wall, B.A. Florida State University

Developmental influences on female preferences


Undergraduate Students

Ani Muradyan

Jill Belanger

India Blaisdell

Kathy Tam


CEGEP Students

Sara Zdanovskis



Yildiz Zengin-Toktas, PhD University of Clermont-Ferrand, France

Graduate Students

Helena Barr, MSc student 2015-2017

Neurochemical modulation of preference formation in zebra finches


Nancy Chen, MSc student 2014-2016

Early song exposure shapes neural responses to courtship song


Hannah Schubloom, MSc student 2012-2014

Neural substrates of pair bonding and song preferences


Therese Koch, Sabrina Hennecke, Ruth Simberloff, Lily Xu, Thomas Marsh, Bingyu Sun, Helen Lai, Bix Watson, Albert Savescu, Oliver Clark, Bix Watson, Albert Savescu, Gabrielle Gionet, Veronica Rally, Lily Su, Vivian Ng, Michele Kim, Katelyn Low, Jeff Kyoung, Meghan Shaw, Gregory Yang Kam Wing, Amine Awad, Sean Lamb, Karen Wang

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