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Danielle J. Whittaker, Ph.D.

Managing Director
BEACON Center for the Study of Evolution in Action
Michigan State University
Contact Information
567 Wilson Road, Room 1441E
East Lansing, MI 48824
email:
djwhitta@msu.edu
phone:
(517) 884-2561
fax:
(517) 353-7248
website:
http://www.burroughs-whittaker.com/danielle
Google Scholar profile: https://scholar.google.com/citations?hl=en&user=GgCSJPEAAAAJ
mailing address:

Education
2005
1996

Ph.D., Biological Anthropology, City University of New York Graduate Center.
(Adviser: John F. Oates)
B.A., Anthropology, Emory University

Appointments
201020142011
2010-14
2010
2006-10
2006
2005-06
2005-06
2003-05
2000-05

Managing Director, BEACON Center for the Study of Evolution in Action,
Michigan State University
Adjunct Faculty, Integrative Biology, Michigan State University
Citizen Science Faculty, Bard College
Adjunct Faculty, Biology, Indiana University
Assistant Research Scientist, Biology, Indiana University
Postdoctoral Research Associate, Biology, Indiana University (Adviser: Ellen D.
Ketterson)
Adjunct Assistant Professor, Biological Sciences, Barnard College
Adjunct Assistant Professor, Anthropology, Lehman College, City University of
New York
Adjunct Assistant Professor, Anthropology, Queens College, City University of
New York
Adjunct Lecturer, Anthropology, Lehman College, City University of New York
Adjunct Lecturer, Anthropology, Hunter College, City University of New York

Awards and Fellowships
2012
1998-05
1998-05
2000
1996
1992-96

Early Career Fellowship, Mountain Lake Biological Station
Graduate Fellow, New York Consortium in Evolutionary Primatology (NYCEP)
Robert E. Gilleece Fellowship, City University of New York
Foreign Language Area Studies (FLAS) Fellowship
Phi Beta Kappa
National Merit Scholar, Emory University

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Research Funding
2016

2015
2013

2009
2008
2008
2007
2004
2004
2002
2000
2000

BEACON Center for the Study of Evolution in Action, “Does multimodal
courtship abet feralization? Assessing female preference for feral rooster calls,
odors, ornaments, and displays.” With Eben Gering and Thomas Getty
($100,502)
BEACON Center for the Study of Evolution in Action, “Evolutionary
implications of sexual selection on socially transmissible phenotypes.” With
Kevin Theis and Thomas Getty ($37,127)
BEACON Center for the Study of Evolution in Action, "Signaling with
Symbionts: Testing the hologenome model of evolution using songbirds and
digital organisms." With Kevin Theis, Aaron Wager, and Heather Goldsby
($99,738)
Indiana Academy of Science, “Hormonal regulation of chemical signals in
songbirds” ($3,000)
Indiana University Faculty Research Support Program, “MHC-based mate
choice in songbirds: mechanisms, hormonal correlates, and population patterns.”
With Ellen Ketterson, Milos Novotny, and Helena Soini ($74,975)
American Philosophical Society Franklin Research Grant, “MHC, odor, and
mate choice in a passerine bird” ($4,000)
Indiana Academy of Science, “MHC and mate choice in an isolated songbird
population” ($3,000)
Charles A. and Anne Morrow Lindbergh Foundation, “Using patterns of genetic
diversity in Kloss's gibbons to conserve nature and culture in the Mentawai
Islands, Indonesia” ($10,580)
NSF Doctoral Dissertation Improvement Grant, “Evolutionary genetics of
Kloss’s gibbons: Grant BCS-0335949” (With PI J. C. Morales, $12,000)
Primate Conservation, Inc., “Conservation biology of Kloss’s gibbons” ($3,000)
Primate Conservation, Inc., “Conservation genetics of Kloss’s gibbons: pilot
study” ($3,000)
Conservation International, “Conservation genetics of Kloss’s gibbons in the
Mentawai Islands, Indonesia” ($3,720)

Publications
Forthcoming
1. Whittaker, D. J., K. A. Rosvall, S. P. Slowinski, H. A. Soini, M. V. Novotny, and E.
D. Ketterson. In revision. Songbird chemical signals reflect uropygial gland androgen
sensitivity and predict aggressive behavior: implications for understanding avian
olfactory cues. General and Comparative Endocrinology.
Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles
19. Whittaker, D. J., N. M. Gerlach, S. P. Slowinski, K. P. Corcoran, A. D. Winters, H.
A. Soini, M. V. Novotny, E. D. Ketterson, and K. R. Theis. 2016. Social environment

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has a primary influence on the microbial and odor profiles of a chemically signaling
songbird. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 4:90.
18. Ferreira, A. C., J. W. Atwell, D. J. Whittaker, E. D. Ketterson, and G. C. Cardoso.
2016. Communication value of mistakes in dark-eyed junco song. The American
Naturalist 188: 289-305.
17. Whittaker, D. J., D. G. Reichard, M. Drouilly, K. Battle, and C. Ziegenfus. 2015.
Avian olfactory displays: A new hypothesis for the function of bill-wiping in a social
context. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 69: 159-167.
16. Atwell, J. W., G. C. Cardoso, D. J. Whittaker, T. D. Price, and E. D. Ketterson. 2014.
Hormonal, behavioral and life-history traits exhibit correlated shifts in relation to
population establishment in a novel environment. The American Naturalist 184: E147E160.
15. Whittaker, D. J., N. M. Gerlach, H. A. Soini, M. V. Novotny, and E. D. Ketterson.
2013. Bird odour predicts reproductive success. Animal Behaviour 86(4): 697-703. Featured
in editorial by Michelle Pellissier Scott, The sweet smell of success, Animal Behaviour 86(4):663665.
14. Soini, H. A., D. J. Whittaker, D. Wiesler, E. D. Ketterson, and M. V. Novotny. 2013.
Chemosignaling diversity in songbirds: chromatographic profiling of preen oil volatiles
in different species. Journal of Chromatography A 1317(2013): 186-192.
13. Rosvall, K. A., D. G. Reichard, S. Ferguson, D. J. Whittaker, and E. D. Ketterson.
2012. Robust behavioral effects of song in the absence of testosterone or corticosterone
release in two songbird populations. Hormones and Behavior 62: 418-425.
12. Atwell, J. W., G. C. Cardoso, D. J. Whittaker, K. W. Robertson, S. J. CampbellNelson, E. D. Ketterson. 2012. Boldness and stress physiology in a novel urban
environment suggest rapid evolutionary adaptation. Behavioral Ecology 23: 960-969.
11. Peterson, M. P., D. J. Whittaker, S. Ambreth, S. Sureshchandra, K. Mockaitis, A.
Buechlein, R. Podicheti, J.-H. Choi, Z. Lai, J. Colbourne, H. Tang, and E. D.
Ketterson. 2012. De novo transcriptome sequencing in a songbird, the dark-eyed junco
(Junco hyemalis): Genomic tools for an ecological model system. BMC Genomics 13: 305.
10. Whittaker, D. J., A. L. Dapper, M. P. Peterson, J. W. Atwell, and E. D. Ketterson.
2012. Maintenance of MHC Class IIB diversity in a recently established songbird
population. Journal of Avian Biology 43: 109-118.
9. Whittaker, D. J., H. A. Soini, N. M. Gerlach, A. L. Posto, M. V. Novotny, and E. D.
Ketterson. 2011. Role of testosterone in stimulating seasonal changes in a potential
avian chemosignal. Journal of Chemical Ecology 37: 1349-1357.
8. Whittaker, D. J., K. M. Richmond, A. K. Miller, R. Kiley, C. Bergeon Burns, J. W.
Atwell, and E. D. Ketterson. 2011. Intraspecific preen oil odor preferences in dark-eyed
juncos (Junco hyemalis). Behavioral Ecology 22: 1256-1263.

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7. Whittaker, D. J., H. A. Soini, J. W. Atwell, C. Hollars, M. V. Novotny, and E. D.
Ketterson. 2010. Songbird chemosignals: Preen oil volatile compounds vary among
individuals, sexes, and populations. Behavioral Ecology 21: 608-614.
6. McGlothlin, J. W., D. J. Whittaker, S. E. Schrock, N. M. Gerlach, J. M. Jawor, E. A.
Snajdr, E. D. Ketterson. 2010. Natural selection on testosterone production in a wild
songbird population. The American Naturalist 175: 687-701.
5. Whittaker, D. J., D. G. Reichard, A. L. Dapper, E. D. Ketterson. 2009. Behavioral
responses of nesting female dark-eyed juncos Junco hyemalis to hetero- and conspecific
passerine preen oils. Journal of Avian Biology 40: 579-583.
4. Whittaker, D. J., J. C. Morales, D. J. Melnick. 2007. Resolution of the Hylobates
phylogeny: Congruence of mitochondrial D-loop sequences with molecular, behavioral,
and morphological datasets. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 45(2): 620-628.
3. Whittaker, D. J. 2006. Conservation action plan for the Mentawai primates. Primate
Conservation 20: 95-106.
2. Whittaker, D. J., N. Ting, D. J. Melnick. 2006. Molecular phylogenetic affinities of the
simakobu monkey (Simias concolor). Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 39: 887-892.
1. Whittaker, D. J. 2005. New population estimates for the endemic Kloss’s gibbon
Hylobates klossii on the Mentawai Islands, Indonesia. Oryx 39(4): 458-461.
Book Chapters
13. Atwell, J. A., D. J. Whittaker, T. D. Price, and E. D. Ketterson. 2016. Shifts in
hormonal, morphological, and behavioral traits in a novel environment: comparing
recently diverged Junco populations. In Snowbird: Integrative Biology and Evolutionary
Diversity in the Junco, eds. E. D. Ketterson and J. W. Atwell. Chicago: University of
Chicago Press, pp. 225-262.
12. Whittaker, D. J. and N. M. Gerlach. 2016. Mate choice in dark-eyed juncos using
visual, acoustic, and chemical cues. In Snowbird: Integrative Biology and Evolutionary
Diversity in the Junco, eds. E. D. Ketterson and J. W. Atwell. Chicago: University of
Chicago Press, pp. 281-309.
11. Whittaker, D. J. and K. R. Theis. 2016. Bacterial communities associated with junco
preen glands: ramifications for chemical signaling. In Chemical Signals in Vertebrates 13,
eds. Bruce A. Schulte, Thomas E. Goodwin, and Michael H. Ferkin. New York:
Springer International Publishing, pp. 105-117.
10. Whittaker, D. J. 2013. Pagai macaque, Macaca pagensis. In Handbook of the Mammals of
the World Vol. 3. Primates, eds. D. E. Wilson and R. A. Mittermeier. Barcelona: Lynx
Edicions, pp. 634-635.
9. Whittaker, D. J. 2013. Siberut macaque, Macaca siberu. In Handbook of the Mammals of
the World Vol. 3. Primates, eds. D. E. Wilson and R. A. Mittermeier. Barcelona: Lynx
Edicions, p. 635.

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8. Whittaker, D. J. 2013. Mentawai sureli, Presbytis potenziani. In Handbook of the Mammals
of the World Vol. 3. Primates, eds. D. E. Wilson and R. A. Mittermeier. Barcelona: Lynx
Edicions, p. 721.
7. Whittaker, D. J. 2013. Siberut sureli, Presbytis siberu. In Handbook of the Mammals of the
World Vol. 3. Primates, eds. D. E. Wilson and R. A. Mittermeier. Barcelona: Lynx
Edicions, pp. 721-722.
6. Whittaker, D. J. 2013. Pig-tailed langur, Simias concolor. In Handbook of the Mammals of
the World Vol. 3. Primates, eds. D. E. Wilson and R. A. Mittermeier. Barcelona: Lynx
Edicions, pp. 729-730.
5. Whittaker, D. J. 2013. Kloss's gibbon, Hylobates klossii. In Handbook of the Mammals of
the World Vol. 3. Primates, eds. D. E. Wilson and R. A. Mittermeier. Barcelona: Lynx
Edicions, p. 781.
4. Whittaker, D. J. 2011. Kloss’s gibbon, Hylobates klossii. In All the World’s Primates, ed.
Noel Rowe and Marc Myers. Charlestown: Pogonias Press. Online database:
http://www.alltheworldsprimates.org/
3. Whittaker, D. J. 2009. Phylogeography of Kloss’s gibbon (Hylobates klossii) populations
and implications for conservation planning in the Mentawai Islands. In The Gibbons: New
Perspectives on Small Ape Socioecology and Population Biology, ed. S. Lappan and D. J.
Whittaker. New York: Springer, pp. 73-89.
2. Whittaker, D. J. and S. Lappan. 2009. The diversity of small apes and the importance
of population-level studies. In The Gibbons: New Perspectives on Small Ape Socioecology and
Population Biology, ed. S. Lappan and D. J. Whittaker. New York: Springer, pp. 3-10.
1. Whittaker, D. J. 2009. Saving the small apes: Conservation assessment of gibbon
species at the 2006 Asian Primate Red List Workshop. In The Gibbons: New Perspectives on
Small Ape Socioecology and Population Biology, ed. S. Lappan and D. J. Whittaker. New
York: Springer, pp. 497-499.
Edited Volume
1. Lappan, S. and D. J. Whittaker, eds. 2009. The Gibbons: New Perspectives on Small Ape
Socioecology and Population Biology. New York: Springer.
Invited Seminars
2014
2014
2014
2013
2013
2012
2012
2011

Indiana University
Kellogg Biological Station, Michigan State University
North Carolina A&T State University
Grand Valley State University
University of Chicago
Scientific Symposium in honor of Distinguished Professor Emeritus Milos V.
Novotny, Indiana University
Tri Beta Sponsored Speaker, College of Wooster
Kellogg Biological Station, Michigan State University

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2010
2010
2010
2010
2010
2010
2009
2009
2009
2008

Michigan State University
York College, City University of New York
University of Northern Colorado
Center for Genomics and Bioinformatics, Indiana University
New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences, Arizona State University
Indiana University Kokomo
Center for the Integrative Study of Animal Behavior, Indiana University
Mountain Lake Biological Station
Suffolk University
Indiana State University

Conference Presentations
Plenaries
2014
2014

Third Congress of the Latin American Association of Chemical Ecology
(ALAEQ), Bogota, Colombia
Chemical Signals in Vertebrates XIII/International Society of Chemical Ecology,
Urbana, IL

Symposium Talks
2014
2011
2008
2004

Chemical Signals in Vertebrates XIII/International Society of Chemical Ecology,
Urbana, IL
American Association of Physical Anthropologists, Minneapolis, MN
International Primatological Society Congress, Edinburgh, Scotland
International Primatological Society Congress, Torino, Italy

Contributed Talks
2016
2015
2013
2012
2011
2010
2009
2009
2008
2007
2007
2007
2005

Society for the Study of Evolution, Austin, TX
Animal Behavior Society, Anchorage, AK
Animal Behavior Society, Boulder, CO
Animal Behavior Society, Albuquerque, NM
Animal Behavior Society/International Ethological Conference, Bloomington,
IN
Animal Behavior Society, Williamsburg, VA
American Ornithologists’ Union, Philadelphia, PA
Indiana Academy of Sciences, Kokomo, IN
Indiana Academy of Sciences, Evansville, IN
Animal Behavior Society, Burlington, VT
Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology, Phoenix, AZ
Indiana Academy of Sciences, Indianapolis, IN
American Association of Physical Anthropologists, Milwaukee, WI

Contributed Posters
2010
2008
2006

Association for Chemoreception Sciences, St. Petersburg, FL
International Society for Behavioral Ecology, Ithaca, NY
Molecular Primatology: Progress and Promise, New York, NY

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2005
2003

American Association of Physical Anthropologists, Milwaukee, WI
American Association of Physical Anthropologists, Tempe, AZ

Professional Society Affiliations
Animal Behavior Society
Society for the Study of Evolution
American Ornithologists Union
Teaching Experience
Undergraduate courses
Citizen Science
Introduction to Human Evolution
Introduction to Human Variation
Contemporary Issues in Biology
Human Genetics
Animal Behavior
Primate Behavior and Ecology
Graduate courses
Techniques in Reproductive Diversity (co-instructor: taught sections on field methods,
DNA sequencing, and hormone assays)
Professional Ethics for the Bio-behavioral Sciences (co-instructor)
Workshops
Science Communication workshops at BEACON Congress (2011 and 2015)
Graduate Thesis Committee
Samuel Slowinski, PhD, Indiana University. Expected graduation date: 2017
Undergraduate Mentoring
2011
2010
2009
2009
2008
2006-08

Stephen Ferguson, Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU)
Kaitlin Richmond, Hanover College Academic Internship, 2010.
Meelyn Pandit, Indiana University Intensive Freshman Learning Experience
(IFLE) program
Allison Miller, Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU)
Rebecca Rice, Indiana University Intensive Freshman Learning Experience
(IFLE) program
Elizabeth Schultz, Indiana University Science, Technology, and Research
Scholars (STARS) program

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Outreach
2014
2014
2014
2014
2014
2014
2013
2013
2013
2013
2012
2011
2009

“Sexy Smells” Data Nugget Student Activity and Teacher Guide.
http://datanuggets.org/2014/09/sexy-smells/ Audience: high school students.
Think Evolution Summer Institute, University of California Museum of
Paleontology. Audience: K-12 teachers.
Reddit “Ask Me Anything.”
http://www.reddit.com/r/science/comments/22otmx/science_ama_series_im_
danielle_whittaker_i_study/ Audience: General public.
Featured speaker at Geeksboro Cafe "Science Cafe" event in Greensboro, NC
Darwin Day Road Show. Featured speaker at Akron-Fairgrove Junior/Senior
High School. Audience: Grades 6-12.
Kellogg Bird Sanctuary, Michigan State University Kellogg Biological Station:
Speaker at Ornithology Class for adult learners. Audience: General public.
Featured researcher on NOVA webseries “The Secret Life of Scientists and
Engineers.” http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/blogs/secretlife/sports/daniellewhittaker/ Audience: General Public.
Biology Teachers Workhop, Kellogg Biological Station, Michigan State
University. Audience: K-12 teachers.
“What is BEACON?” video, Executive Producer. http://youtu.be/9dgCJ9wetqI
Audience: General Public.
The sweet smell of (reproductive) success. Blog post, https://www3.beaconcenter.org/blog/2013/09/10/the-sweet-smell-of-reproductive-success/ Audience:
General Public.
“Ordinary Extraordinary Junco” documentary. Appeared as one of many
researchers. http://www.juncoproject.org/
Deciphering avian aromas. Blog post, https://www3.beaconcenter.org/blog/2011/12/26/beacon-researchers-at-work-deciphering-avianaromas/ Audience: General Public.
Sassafras Audubon Society, Bloomington, IN. Presentation with Jonathan
Atwell. Audience: General Public.

Selected Press Releases and Media Coverage
Science Magazine, June 29, 2016: “Bacteria give bird its sexy smells.”
http://www.sciencemag.org/news/2016/06/bacteria-give-bird-its-sexy-smells
Michigan State University press release, November 11, 2013: “Bacteria may allow animals
to send quick, voluminous messages.” http://msutoday.msu.edu/news/2013/bacteriamay-allow-animals-to-send-quick-voluminous-messages/
Live interview on Ray’s Brown’s Talkin’ Birds radio show, October 6, 2013: Show #443
“The scent of birds — And why it’s a big deal—really big.”
http://www.talkinbirds.com/
Nature Research Highlights, September 19, 2013: “Fertility smells like preen spirit.” Nature
501: 285. http://www.nature.com/nature/journal/v501/n7467/full/501285a.html

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Discover Magazine blog “D-brief,” September 6, 2013: “Birds can whiff a winner of a
mate.” http://blogs.discovermagazine.com/d-brief/2013/09/06/birds-can-whiff-awinner-of-a-mate/
Audubon Magazine blog, September 4, 2013: “Better-smelling birds produce more
offspring.” http://magblog.audubon.org/better-smelling-birds-produce-more-offspring
CBS News, September 4, 2013: “For birds, looks just ain’t enough.”
http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-205_162-57601279/for-birds-looks-just-aint-enough/
NSF News from the Field, September 3, 2013: “Birds choose sweet-smelling mates.”
http://www.nsf.gov/news/news_summ.jsp?cntn_id=128994 (Featured on the front
page of nsf.gov)
Michigan State University press release, September 3, 2013: “Birds choose sweet-smelling
mates.” http://msutoday.msu.edu/news/2013/birds-choose-sweet-smelling-mates/
Science Magazine, ScienceShot, August 16, 2013: “Forget plumage, birds sniff out good
mates.” http://news.sciencemag.org/plants-animals/2013/08/scienceshot-forgetplumage-birds-sniff-out-good-mates
The Berkeley Daily Planet, July 26, 2011: “Wild neighbors: smelling like a bird.”
http://www.berkeleydailyplanet.com/issue/2011-07-27/article/38178?headline=WildNeighbors-Smelling-Like-a-Bird
Science Daily, July 19, 2011: “Avian ‘Axe effect’ attracts attention of females and males.”
http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2011/07/110719151906.htm
Michigan State University press release, July 19, 2011: “Avian ‘Axe effect’ attracts attention
of females and males.” http://news.msu.edu/story/9579/
Science Daily, May 4, 2010. “Natural selection for moderation in testosterone surprises
scientists.” http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2010/05/100504102126.htm
LiveScience, April 21, 2010: “Songbirds hold secrets of attracting mates.”
http://www.livescience.com/culture/pheromone-songbird-mating-sl-whittaker100421.html
Indiana University press release, May 4, 2010. “Natural selection for moderation in
testosterone surprises scientists.”
http://newsinfo.iu.edu/news/page/normal/14348.html
Science Daily, March 24, 2010: “Could smell play a role in the origin of new bird species?”
http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2010/03/100323111555.htm
Indiana University press release, March 23, 2010: “Could smell play a role in the origin of
new bird species?” http://newsinfo.iu.edu/news/page/normal/13820.html
Professional Service and Development
2016

Participant in Explorations in Data Analyses for Metagenomic Advances in
Microbial Ecology (EDAMAME) workshop, Kellogg Biological Station

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2016
2015
2015
20152015
2012-15
20122011
2010
2010
2010
2010
2008
2007
2007
2006

Judge for American Society of Naturalists Ruth Patrick Award Poster
Competition at Evolution 2016
Panelist for Career Panel at the Plant Biotechnology for Health and Sustainability
Symposium, Michigan State University
Search committee member for BEACON Evolution Outreach & Education
Postdoctoral Fellow
Member of Animal Behavior Society Public Affairs Committee
Judge for Animal Behavior Society 2105 Founders Poster Competition
Search committee member for BEACON Distinguished Postdoctoral Fellow
Treasurer, Phi Beta Kappa Epsilon of Michigan
Essentials of Research Administration at MSU Certificate Series
Search committee member for BEACON Diversity Director
Search committee member for BEACON Education Director
Participant in “Science: Becoming the Messenger” workshop, National Science
Foundation
Judge for Women in Science Research Conference, Indiana University
Judge for Women in Science Research Conference, Indiana University
Search committee member for IU CISAB Core Laboratory manager
Judge for South Central Indiana Regional Science and Engineering Fair
IUCN Red List Assessor at the 2006 Asian Primate Red List Workshop, Phnom
Penh, Cambodia

Conference and Symposium Organization
2016
2010-16
2012
2004

Organizing committee for 2016 NSF STC Directors’ Meeting, Arlington, VA
Organizing committee for BEACON Congress, East Lansing, MI
Program Committee for Artificial Life XIII conference, East Lansing, MI
Organizing Committee for Artificial Life XIII conference, East Lansing, MI
"Wild gibbons as members of populations": Symposium at the XX Congress of
the International Primatological Society, Torino, Italy (With Susan Lappan)

Professional Reviewing
Grants
National Science Foundation Panelist, April 2016
National Science Foundation Panelist, October 2015
National Science Foundation, external ad hoc reviewer
Sigma Delta Epsilon/Graduate Women in Science
Charles A. and Anne Morrow Lindbergh Foundation
The Leakey Foundation
Primate Conservation, Inc.
Animal Behavior Society
Journals
American Journal of Primatology, American Naturalist, Animal Behaviour, Animal
Cognition, Auk, Behavioral Ecology, Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, Behavioral
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Processes, Biology Letters, Biotropica, BMC Evolutionary Biology, Canadian Journal of
Zoology, Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology, Condor, Emu – Austral Ornithology,
Ethology, Evolutionary Bioinformatics, Folia Primatologica, Ibis, Integrative Zoology,
Journal of Animal Ecology, Journal of Avian Biology, Journal of Chemical Ecology,
Journal of the Royal Society Interface, Molecular Biology and Evolution, Molecular
Ecology Resources, Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution, Naturwissenschaften, PeerJ,
PLoS ONE, Polar Biology, Proceedings of the Royal Society B, Zoological Journal of the
Linnean Society

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