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Garland Curriculum Vitae Ted Garland CV Theodore Garland CV Evolution Physiological Ecology Evolutionary Physiology Comparative Physiology Exercise Physiology Animal Behavior Quantitative Genetics Biostatistics Herpetology Locomotion Conservation Biology Phenotypic Plasticity Adaptive Plasticity

This CV file is not always current, but an up-to-date list of all my publications (with PDF files) can be found here.

The subset of my publications on Experimental Evolution can be found here.

Curriculum Vitae  - Theodore Garland, Jr.  -  9 December 2005 (partly modified 10 March 2008 and 9 March 2017 -- thus, not up-to-date)

Address

    Department of Biology
    University of California
    Riverside, CA 92521
    U.S.A.
    Office Phone:  (951) 827-3524
    Lab Phone:  (951) 827-5724
    Dept. Office Phone:  (951) 827-5903
    Facsimile:  (951) 827-4286
    tgarland@ucr.edu
    http://www.biology.ucr.edu/

Education

1974-78     B.S., Zoology (highest honors; G.P.A. 3.91), University of Nevada-Las Vegas
1978-80     M.S., Biology (G.P.A. 4.00), Department of Biology, University of Nevada-Las Vegas
                        Major Advisor: W. Glen Bradley (deceased)
1981          Organization for Tropical Studies Course, "Tropical Biology: An Ecological Approach,"
                        Universidad de Costa Rica
1983-84     Visiting Fulbright Scholar, Department of Biology, University of Wollongong, Australia
                        Host: Anthony J. Hulbert
1980-85     Ph.D., Biological Sciences (G.P.A. 4.00), Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology,
                        University of California-Irvine   Major Advisor: Albert F. Bennett
                        (committee included Stevan J. Arnold and Richard E. MacMillen)
1985-87     Postdoctoral Research Associate, Department of Zoology, University of Washington
                        Advisor: Raymond B. Huey

Professional Experience

1975-80     Technician/Receptionist, Blue Cross Animal Hospital, Las Vegas, Nevada
1976-77     Volunteer Curator, Las Vegas Valley Zoo
1978           Biological Technician, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Environmental Monitoring and
                   Support Laboratory, Las Vegas, Nevada
1979-80     President, Southern Nevada Herpetology Association
1978-80     Assistant Curator, Vertebrate Museums, University of Nevada-Las Vegas
1978-80     Teaching Assistant, University of Nevada-Las Vegas
1980-85     Teaching Assistant, University of California-Irvine
1983-84     Visiting Fulbright Scholar, University of Wollongong
1985          Visiting Scholar, Department of Biology, University of Chicago
1985-87     Postdoctoral Research Associate, Department of Zoology, University of Washington
1986-87     Lecturer, Department of Zoology, University of Washington
1987           Lecturer, Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biol., University of Calif.-Irvine
1987-93     Assistant Professor, Department of Zoology, University of Wisconsin-Madison
1991-92     Assistant/Associate Program Director, Population Biology and Physiological Ecology
                   Program, National Science Foundation
1993          Visiting Professor, Ecole Normale Superieure, Paris, Laboratoire D'Ecologie
1993-99     Associate Professor, Department of Zoology, University of Wisconsin-Madison
1995          Visiting Professor, Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas da Amazonia, Dept. de Ecologia,
                   Manaus, Brazil
1996-97     Visiting Professor of the Facultad de Quimica, Bioquimica y Farmacia of the
                   University of San Luis, Argentina
1999-02      Professor, Department of Zoology, University of Wisconsin-Madison
2001-16      Professor, Department of Biology, University of California, Riverside
2016-          Distinguished Professor, Department of Biology, University of California, Riverside

Faculty Affiliations

1988-02     Biometry Master's Program, U.W-Madison
1988-02     Institute on Aging, U.W.-Madison
1988-02     Tropical Studies Group (Institute for Environmental Studies), U.W.-Madison
1990-02     Conservation Biology and Sustainable Development Master's Program, U.W.-Madison
1995-02     Sewall Wright Institute of Quantitative Biology and Evolution, U.W.-Madison

Awards and Fellowships

1974          Rotary Club Scholarship, U.N.L.V.
1974-78     Dean's Honor List, U.N.L.V.
1975          East African Natural History Safari Scholarship, U.N.L.V.
1976          Charter Member, Alpha Epsilon Delta, U.N.L.V.
1977          Elected Phi Kappa Phi, U.N.L.V.
1980          Regent's Fellowship, U.C.-Irvine
1981          Honorable Mention, Edward A. Steinhaus Teaching Award, U.C.-Irvine
1982          University of California Patent Funds Award
1982          N.S.F. Doctoral Dissertation Improvement Grant
1983          Fulbright Predoctoral Grant, Australia
1984          Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities
1985          Regent's Dissertation Fellowship, U.C.-Irvine
1985          Edward A. Steinhaus Teaching Award, U.C.-Irvine
1985          Outstanding Graduate Student Scholar Award, U.C.-Irvine
1986          Alternate Fellow (no funding), N.S.F. Fellowship in Environmental Biology
1991          Presidential Young Investigator Award, National Science Foundation
1991          Nominated to run for Councilor of the Society for the Study of Evolution
1994          H. I. Romnes Faculty Fellowship, Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation
1998          Vilas Associates Program, Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation

Current and Past ociety Memberships

American Physiological Society
American Society of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists
Behavior Genetics Association
National Geographic Society
Organization for Tropical Studies
Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology
Society for the Study of Evolution

National Service and Editorships

1991-93     Member, Standing Committee on Comparative Physiology and Biochemistry and Standing
                   Committee on  Quantitative and Evolutionary Morphology, Systematics Agenda 2000:
                   Integrating Biological Diversity and Societal Needs -- A Systematics Priorities Initiative
                   by the American Society of Plant Taxonomists, Society of Systematic Biologists,
                   Willi Hennig Society
1993-00     Associate Editor, The American Naturalist
1997-04     Editorial Board, Physiological and Biochemical Zoology
1999-         Editorial and Advisory Board, Zoology
1999-         Editorial Board, Academic Press Physiological Ecology book series
2000-         Editorial Board, Journal of Morphology
2000-02     Associate Editor, Evolution
2005-14     Associate Editor, Physiological and Biochemical Zoology

2014-         Editor in Chief, Physiological and Biochemical Zoology

Major Intramural Service

1993-95     Graduate Admissions Chair, Department of Zoology
1993-01     Teaching Assistantship Awards and Assignments, Department of Zoology
1994-99     Biotron Advisory Committee, Graduate School
1996-00     Animal Care and Use Committee, College of Letters and Science
1996-99     Graduate School Research Committee
1999-00     Chair, Comparative/Evolutionary Physiology Search Committee
2001-         Graduate Advisory/Admissions Committe
2001-         Associate Director and Webmaster, University of California Intercampus Research Program on Experimental Evolution (IRPEE)


Invited Lectures, Seminars, Workshops, and Courses

1981    University of Chicago: Evolutionary Biology
1983    University of Wollongong: Department of Biology
1983    Sydney University: Zoology
1984    Australian Museum: Ecology
1984    University of Wollongong: Department of Biology
1984    University of Nevada, Reno: Department of Biology [SEMRNO84.DOC]
1985    University of California, Davis: Environmental Studies (two seminars)
1985    University of Nevada-Las Vegas: Department of Biological Sciences [SEMUNLV.DOC]
1985    University of San Diego: Department of Biology
1985    University of California-Irvine: Comparative Physiology [SEMPHDEF.DOC]
1985    University of Chicago: Department of Anatomy
1986    University of California-Berkeley: Department of Zoology
1986    University of Washington: Genetics discussion group
1986    Pennsylvania State University: Department of Biology
1987    University of California-Irvine: Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology [SEMSNAKE.DOC]
1987    University of Wisconsin-Madison: Department of Zoology [SEMWI87.DOC]
1988    Northern Illinois University: Department of Biology
1988    University of California, Los Angeles: Department of Biology
1988    University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign: Dept. Ecology, Ethology, and Evolution
1989    University of Arizona: Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology [SEMAZ89.DOC]
1989    Oxford University: Department of Zoology
1989    University of Wisconsin-Madison: Department of Entomology
1991    University of Chicago: Department of Organismal Biology and Anatomy
1991    Smithsonian Institution: Vertebrate Zoology
1992    Ecole Normale Superieure, Paris: Laboratoire D'Ecologie
            (two 1-hour seminars plus two 3-hour courses)
1992    University of Antwerp (U.I.A.): Biology (1-hour seminar plus 3-hour workshop)
1992    University of California-Irvine: Ecology and Evolutionary Biology (two seminars) [SEMUCI-1, -2.DOC]
1992    University of Maryland: Department of Zoology
1992    Princeton University: Ecology and Evolutionary Biology (two seminars)
1992    University of California-Berkeley: Museum of Paleontology
1992    Brown University: Program in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
1992    Academy of Natural Sciences, Philadelphia: Systematics
1992    University of Michigan: Museum of Paleontology [SEMMICH.DOC]
1993    University of Wisconsin-Madison: Department of Zoology [SEMTENU.DOC]
1993    Indiana State University: Department of Life Sciences (1-hour seminar plus 3-hour workshop)
1993    Purdue University: Department of Biological Sciences
1993    University of Montana: Division of Biological Sciences
            (1-hour seminar plus 3-hour workshop) [SEMMNTWK.DOC]
1994    University of Miami: Department of Biology
1994    Florida International University: Department of Biological Sciences [SEMFIU94.DOC]
1994    University of Kentucky: School of Biological Sciences [SEMKEN94.DOC]
1994    University of Wisconsin-Madison: Department of Wildlife Ecology
1994    University of British Columbia: Department of Zoology [SEMUBC94.DOC]
1994    State University of New York-Stony Brook: Department of Ecology and Evolution [SEMSTB94.DOC]
1994    American Museum of Natural History (+ C.C.N.Y.): Systematics Discussion Group
1995    Rutgers University: Department of Biological Sciences
1995    Arizona State University West: Department of Life Sciences [SEMASUW.DOC]
1995    University of Nebraska-Lincoln: School of Biological Sciences [SEMNEB95.DOC]
1995    Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas da Amazonia (Manaus, Brazil): Dept. de Ecologia
            (2-week graduate course on "Phylogenetic Analyses of Ecophysiological Data")
1996    University of California-Irvine: Comparative Physiology [SEMUCI-96.DOC]
            (two seminars in graduate course [BIO 210] on "Evolutionary Physiology")
1996    Duke University: Department of Zoology (two seminars) [SEMDUK96.DOC]
1996    University of Puerto Rico: Department of Biology
            (1-week graduate course on "Evolutionary Physiology of  Locomotor Performance in Squamates
            and Mammals" plus departmental seminar)
1996    Univ. of California-Santa Barbara: Dept. of Ecology, Evolution, and Marine Biol. [SEMSB96.DOC]
1996    Laval University: Department of Biological Sciences
1996    Southwestern Research Station (American Museum of Natural History), Portal, Arizona
1996    University of Missouri-Columbia: Division of Biological Sciences [SEMMO96.DOC]
1997    Wisconsin Regional Primate Research Center [SEMPRI97.DOC]
1997    University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana: Department of Ecology and Evolution,
            Illinois Natural History Survey (two seminars) [SEMILL97.DOC]
1997    University of Nevada, Reno: Department of Biology [SEMRNO97.DOC]
1998    Hopkins Marine Laboratory, Monterey, California (part of Stanford University) [SEMHOP98.DOC]
1998    University of Maryland: Department of Biology [SEMMAR98.DOC]
1998    University of Texas-Austin: Department of Zoology (two seminars).
            Distinguished Lectureship in Ecology, Evolution and Behavior. [SEMTEX98.DOC]
1998    Washington State University: Dept. of Zoology and College of Sciences Speaker of the Month
1998    University of Sao Paulo, Brazil: Department of Physiology (2-week graduate course on
            "Advances in Evolutionary Physiology," 1-day workshop on "Phylogenetically Based Statistical
            Methods," plus departmental seminar)
1999    Ohio State Univ.: Dept. of Evolution, Ecology, and Organismal Biology (departmental seminar,
            lecture to undegraduate physiology class, discussion group on comparative methods) [SEMOSU99.DOC]
2000    University of California-Riverside: Department of Biology [SEMRIV00.DOC]
2000    Medical College of Ohio: Molecular Basis of Disease graduate program
2000    University of Missouri - St. Louis:  Biology
2000    Washington University, St. Louis:  Herp Night
2001    University of Wisconsin-Madison:  Nutritional Sciences
2001    University of Toronto:  Zoology.  George F. Holeton Memorial Lecture.
2003    University of California, Irvine:  Multidisciplinary Exercise Science Seminar
2003    Brown University:  Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology (invited by the graduate students)
2003    Brown University: Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology (invited by the graduate students)
2004    University of British Columbia: Keynote Speaker for Annual Zoology Graduate Student Symposium

 


Reviewer For

1985     Evolution (2 manuscripts), Fieldiana Zoology, Paleobiology
1986     Evolution, Herpetologica, Journal of Herpetology (2 manuscripts), Physiological Zoology,
             Science, National Science Foundation (2 proposals)
1987     Ecology, Evolution (2 manuscripts), Journal of Experimental Biology, Oecologia, Sinauer
             Associates (Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Quantitative Genetics),
             National Science Foundation (2 proposals)
1988     Animal Behaviour, Ecology (2 manuscripts), Evolution, Physiological Zoology, Science,
             Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Science, Arts and Letters, Jones and Bartlett Publishers
             (Strickberger's Evolution), Sinauer Associates (Walsh's Evolutionary Quantitative Genetics),
             National Science Foundation (2 proposals)
1989     American Naturalist, Ecology, Evolution (5 manuscripts), Herpetologica, Journal of
             Experimental Biology, Journal of Herpetology, Physiological Zoology,
             Theoretical and Applied Genetics, National Science Foundation (4 proposals)
1990     Behavior Genetics, Copeia, Ecology, Evolution (3 manuscripts), Physiological Zoology
             (4 manuscripts), Science, Cornell University Press (Comparative Energetics and Reproduction in
             Mammals), National Science Foundation (3 proposals)
1991     American Naturalist (2 manuscripts), Copeia, Ecology, Evolution (5 manuscripts), Herpetologica,
             Journal of Applied Physiology, Journal of Biological Rhythms, Journal of Comparative
             Physiology, University of Chicago Press (Ecological Morphology: Integrative Organismal
             Biology), Cornell University Press (MammalianEnergetics: Interdisciplinary Views of
            Metabolism and Reproduction), National Science Found. (2 proposals)
1992     American Journal of Physiology (Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative Physiology),
             American Naturalist, Animal Behaviour, Copeia, Evolution (3 manuscripts), Functional
             Ecology, Journal of Herpetology, Physiological Zoology, Science (2 manuscripts), University
             of Chicago Press (Ecological Morphology: Integrative Organismal Biology),
             National Science Foundation (2 proposals after returning to Madison in September;
             several in-house reviews were performed while serving at N.S.F.)
1993     American Naturalist (1 manuscript other than as part of my editorial duties), Evolution
             (3 manuscripts), Copeia, Herpetologica, Journal of Herpetology, Physiological Zoology
             (2 manuscripts), Science, Sinauer Associates, National Science Foundation (3 proposals)
1994     Ecology, Herpetological Monographs, Journal of Comparative Psychology, Physiological
             Zoology, Systematic Biology, Science (3 technical comments), Wisconsin Sea Grant College
             Program, National Science Foundation (5 proposals)
1995     Copeia, Herpetologica, Journal of Experimental Biology, Journal of Zoology (London),
             Physiological Zoology, Sinauer Associates, National Science Foundation (5 proposals)
1996     American Zoologist, Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology, Copeia, Evolution,
             Journal of Experimental Biology, Journal of Mammalogy, Journal of Zoology (London),
             Physiological Zoology (3 manuscripts), National Science Foundation (3 proposals)
1997     Evolution, Evolutionary Ecology, Functional Ecology, Journal of Applied Physiology,
             Journal of Herpetology, Journal of Molecular Evolution, Physiology & Behavior,
             Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (USA), Systematic Biology,
            University of Antwerp program grant
1998     Behavioural Brain Research, Canadian Journal of Zoology, Journal of Avian Biology,
             Journal of Experimental Biology (2 manuscripts), Journal of Herpetology, Systematic Biology,
             National Science Foundation (5 proposals)
1999     Brain, Behavior and Evolution, Condor, Ecology (2 manuscripts), Evolution, Evolutionary
             Ecology Research, Functional Ecology, Journal of Experimental Biology, Journal of
             Herpetology, Journal of Theoretical Biology (2 manuscripts), Proceedings of the National
             Academy of Sciences (USA), Swiss National Science Foundation, University of Puerto Rico
             Minority Biomedical Research Support Program
2000     Brain, Behavior and Evolution, Exercise and Sport Sciences Reviews, Journal of Avian
             Biology, Journal of Applied Physiology, Journal of Avian Biology, Journal of Evolutionary
             Biology, Journal of Zoology (London), National Science Foundation
2001     American Naturalist, Canadian Journal of Zoology, Journal of Applied Physiology,
             Journal of Zoology, London, Physiological and Biochemical Zoology, Proceedings of the
             Royal Society, B, Biological Sciences, Quarterly Review of Biology
2002     American Journal of Primatology, American Naturalist, Ecology Letters, Oecologia,
             University of Chicago Press, Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (U.K.),
             National Science Foundation
2003     Journal of Experimental Biology, Journal of Evolutionary Biology, Nature
             Proceedings of the Royal Society: Biological Sciences, Zoologica Scripta

2004     Biometrika, Journal of Evolutionary Biology, Journal of Theoretical Biology (two manuscripts),
             Paleobiology, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B, Science (two manuscripts),
             National Science Foundation


Society or Other Meetings Attended

1979     Arizona-Nevada Academy of Sciences. Annual Meeting, Tempe, Arizona.
1980     American Association for the Advancement of Science, Southwest and Rocky Mountain Division
             in conjunction with Arizona-Nevada Academy of Sciences. Annual Meetings-Las Vegas, Nevada.
             Paper presented: "Rodent populations in relation to a roadside habitat."
1980     Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology. Annual Meeting, Anaheim, Calif.
1981     American Society of Mammalogists. Annual Meeting, Oxford, Ohio. Paper presented:
             "Effects of a highway on Mojave desert rodent populations."
1982     American Physiological Society. Annual Meeting, San Diego, Calif. Paper presented: "Scaling
             maximal running speed and maximal aerobic speed to body mass in mammals and lizards."
1983     International Union of Physiological Sciences. 29th Congress, Sydney, Australia. Paper presented:
             "Morphological and metabolic correlates of body size and locomotory performance in an iguanid
             lizard."
1984     American Society of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists, Society for the Study of Amphibians and
             Reptiles, Herpetologists League. Combined Annual Meetings, Norman, Oklahoma. Invited
             paper presented: "Locomotory performance and activity metabolism of Cnemidophorus tigris
              in relation to natural behaviors."
1985     Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology. Annual Meeting, Anaheim, Calif.
             Paper presented: "Variation and covariation in size, shape, and speed."
1986     Am. Society of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists. Annual Meeting, Victoria, Canada.
             Paper presented: "Evolution of locomotor performance and body size in lizards."
1986     International Union of Physiological Sciences. 30th Congress, Vancouver, Canada.
             Paper presented: "Using the comparative method to test symmorphosis."
1987     Second International Conference on Quantitative Genetics. Raleigh, North Carolina. Paper
             presented: "Inheritance of speed, stamina, and defensive behaviors in a garter snake."
1987     Am. Society of Naturalists, Society for the Study of Evolution. Annual Meetings, Bozeman,
             Montana. Paper presented: "Quantitative genetics of speed, stamina, and antipredator
             displays in the garter snake Thamnophis sirtalis."
1987     8th Midwest Conference on Population Biology. W. K. Kellogg Biological Station,
             Michigan State Univ.
1988     11th Annual Spring Systematics Symposium -- Evolutionary Innovations: Patterns and Processes.
            Field Museum of Natural History.
1988     Am. Soc. of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists, Society for the Study of Amphibians and Reptiles,
             Herpetologists League. Combined Annual Meetings, Ann Arbor, Michigan. Chaired section 23,
             Functional Morphology. Paper presented: "Individual correlates of locomotor performance
             in lizards: consistency across species and evolutionary implications."
1988     International Union of Biological Science, Second International Congress of Comparative
             Physiology and Biochemistry, Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Paper presented: "Inheritance of citrate
             synthase and pyruvate kinase activities (Vmax) in the garter snake Thamnophis sirtalis."
1988     9th Midwest Conference on Population Biology. University of Wisconsin-Madison.
             Invited paper presented: "Quantitative genetics of activity metabolism in a garter snake."
1988     American Society of Zoologists. Annual Meeting, San Francisco, California. Paper presented:
             "Quantitative genetics of activity metabolism in Thamnophissirtalis."
1989     First World Congress of Herpetology. University of Kent, Canterbury, United Kingdom.
             Invited paper presented: "Locomotion, energetics, and behavior." [UK89TALK.DOC]
1989     European Society for Evolutionary Biology, 2nd Congress. Rome, Italy. Poster presented:
             "Quantitative genetics of exercise physiology in Mus musculus."
1990     Sewall Wright Centennial Symposium. Madison, Wisconsin.
1990     Animal Behavior Society. Annual Meeting, S.U.N.Y.-Binghamton, New York. Invited paper
             presented: "Quantitative genetics of locomotor behavior and physiology in a garter snake."
1990     American Society of Zoologists. Annual Meeting, San Antonio, Texas. Invited paper presented:
             "Ecological morphology of locomotor performance in reptiles." [SEMASZ90.DOC]
1991     Behavior Genetics Association. Annual Meeting, St. Louis, Missouri.
1991     Am. Society of Naturalists, Society for the Study of Evolution, Society for Systematic Biology.
             Annual Meetings, Hilo, Hawaii. Paper presented: "Phylogenetic analyses of the relationship
             between limb proportions and maximal running speed in cursorial mammals."
1991     American Society of Zoologists. Annual Meeting, Atlanta, Georgia. Paper presented:
             "Endurance capacity in lizards: effects of body size, body temperature, and phylogeny."
1992     Am. Society of Naturalists, Society for the Study of Evolution, Society for Systematic Biology.
             Annual Meetings, Berkeley, California. Paper presented: "Phylogenetic analysis of covariance by
             computer simulation." [SEMEVO92.DOC]
1992     Behavior Genetics Association. Annual Meeting, Boulder, Colorado.
1993     American Society of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists, Herpetologists League. Combined Annual
             Meetings, Austin, Texas. Invited paper presented: "Phylogenetic analyses of lizard endurance
             capacity in relation to body size and body temperature." [ENDHRP93.DOC]
1993     Am. Society of Naturalists, Society for the Study of Evolution, Society for Systematic Biol.
             Annu. Meetings, Snowbird, Utah. Invited paper presented: "Analysis of physiological evolution
             in a phylogenetic framework." [SEMEVO93.DOC]
1993     European Society for Evolutionary Biology, Fourth Congress. Montpellier, France. Invited paper
             presented: "Analyzing correlated character evolution with phylogenetic trees." [SEMNOVEL.DOC]
1993     Second World Congress of Herpetology. University of Adelaide, Australia.
             Invited paper presented: "Phylogenetic analyses of ecophysiological data." [SEMOZ93.DOC]
1994     4th International Congress of Vertebrate Morphology. University of Chicago.
             Invited paper presented: "Quantitative genetics of randombred house mice: a model system for
             studying correlated evolution." [SEMICVM.DOC]
1994     Northern Association of Physiological Ecologists. Third Annual Meeting. La Crosse, Wisconsin.
1994     American Physiological Society Intersociety Meeting - Regulation, Integration, Adaptation:
             A Species Approach. San Diego, California. Workshop co-organized with Raymond B. Huey:
             "Phylogenetic approaches in comparative physiology." Paper presented:
             "Statistical methods for testing hypotheses about the evolution of continuous traits." [APSWKSP.DOC]
1995     12th International Conference on Comparative Physiology. "Optimization in biological design:
             controversies about symmorphosis." Monte Verita, Ascona, Switzerland. Invited paper presented:
             "Conceptual and methodological issues in testing the predictions of symmorphosis." [WEIBEL.DOC]
1995     American Society of Naturalists, Numerical Taxonomy Group, Society for the Study of Evolution,
             Society for Systematic Biology. Annual Meetings, Montreal, Canada.
             Invited Participant in Panel Discussion of "Systematics Agenda 2000."
1995     American Society of Zoologists. Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C.
             Poster presented: "Correlated responses to artificial selection for increased voluntary activity
             levels in random-bred house mice."
1996     Argentinian Mammalogists Society. Annual Meeting, San Luis, Argen. Invited papers presented:
             "Evolutionary physiology" (opening plenary address); [SEMARG96.DOC]
             "Phylogenetically based statistical methods" (lecture/discussion).
1997     International Union of Physiological Sciences. 33rd Congress, St. Petersburg, Russia. Invited
             paper presented: "Phylogenetic approaches in evolutionary physiology." [SEMIUPS7.DOC, FEDER.DOC]
1997     5th International Congress of Vertebrate Morphology. University of Bristol, England.
             Invited plenary address presented: "Phylogenetically based statistical methods: a primer and
             applications to vertebrate locomotor performance and morphometrics." [SEMICVM5.DOC]
1997     Northern Association of Physiological Ecologists. Sixth Annual Meeting. Strawberry Point, Iowa.
1998     Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology. Annual Meeting, Boston. Invited paper
             presented: "An introduction to phylogenetically based statistical methods." [SICB1998.DOC]
1999     Am. Society of Naturalists, Numerical Taxonomy Group, Society for the Study of Evolution,
             Society for Systematic Biol. Annual Meetings, Madison, Wisconsin. Paper presented: "Artificial
             selection for increased voluntary wheel-running behavior in house mice." [EVOL1999.DOC]
1999     29th Annual North American Symposium on Bat Research. Madison, Wisconsin.
             Session co-organized with Ariovaldo Pereira da Cruz-Neto:
             "Bat phylogeny and the comparative method."
             Paper presented: "The comparative method and why phylogeny matters."
2000     21st Congress of the European Society for Comparative Physiology and Biochemistry.
             Liege, Belgium.  Invited paper presented: "Energetics and performance measures as
             they relate to locomotion."  [Lieg2000.doc, Lieg2000.ppt]
2000     American Physiological Society Intersociety Meeting:  The Integrative Biology
             of Exercise.  Portland, Maine.  Poster presented:  "Exercise adaptations in lines of house
             mice genetically selected for high voluntary wheel-running behavior." [APS2000.doc]
2000     National Conference on the Teaching of Evolution. Invited participant, as representative for
             the American Physiological Society.
2001     International Hypoxia Symposium. Jasper, Canada. Invited paper presented:
             "Phylogenetic comparison and artificial selection: two approaches in evolutionary physiology"
2001     Society for Experimental Biology. Canterbury, U.K. Invited paper presented:
             "Selective breeding and laboratory natural selection experiments:
              under-utilized tools in biomechanics and organismal biology"
2002      Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology. Annual Meeting, Anaheim, California.
              Paper presented:  "Evolution of a small-muscle polymorphism in lines of house mice selected
              for high activity levels."
2002      American Physiological Society Intersociety Meeting: The Power of Comparative Physiology:
              Evolution, Integration, and Application. San Diego, California. Invited Paper presented:
              "Selection experiments: a unique tool for integrating morphology, physiology, and behavior."
              Symposium organized:  "Phylogenetic approaches to understanding physiological evolution."
              Paper presented:  "Phylogenetically based statistical methods: when, why, and how to use them."
2004      Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology. Annual Meeting, New Orleans, Louisiana.
              Symposium co-organized with John G. Swallow: "Selection Experiments as a Tool in Evolutionary
              and Comparative Physiology: Insights into Complex Traits." Paper Presented: "Exercise Physiology
              of House Mice Selectively Bred for High Voluntary Activity"
2004      7th International Congress of Vertebrate Morphology. Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, Florida.
              Symposium organized: "Phylogenetic approacheds in vertebrate morphology."
              Paper Presented: "Recent developments in phylogenetically based statistical methods." 

 


Courses Taught

Introductory Biology for Non-majors (Biology 101) -- University of Washington, Fall 1986
Physiological Animal Ecology (Bio. Sci. 173) -- University of California-Irvine, Spring 1987
Independent Research (Bio. Sci. 199) -- University of California-Irvine, Spring 1987
Honors Proseminar (ZOOL 380) -- University of Wisconsin, Fall 1987
Graduate Seminar in Ethology (ZOOL 962: with Jack P. Hailman) -- University of Wisconsin, Fall 1990
Field Physiological Ecology (ZOOL 469) -- University of Wisconsin, Spring 1990
Evolutionary Analyses (ZOOL 400) -- University of Wisconsin, Fall 1992
The Comparative Method in Evolutionary Biology (ZOOL 400) -- University of Wisconsin, Fall 1993

Courses formerly taught regularly at the University of Wisconsin:
Evolutionary Biology                 ZOOLOGY/BOTANY/ANTHROPOLOGY 410   (each spring semester)
Evolutionary Physiology           ZOOLOGY 545   (alternate fall semesters)
Graduate Seminar in Evolution  ZOOLOGY 957   (alternate fall semesters)

Courses taught regularly at the University of California, Riverside:
Evolution   BIOLOGY 105   (quarter varies)
Functional Anatomy of the Vertebrates   BIOLOGY 161B   (quarter varies)
Ecological and Evolutionary Physiology   BIOLOGY 174   (quarter varies)

     Winter 2002 Syllabus
     Fall 2002 Syllabus
     Fall 2004 Syllabus
Seminar in Genetics and Evolution   BIOLOGY 282   (quarter varies)
     Winter 2003 Syllabus
 


Laboratory Visitors

1993         Dirk Bauwens, Institute of Nature Conservation, Kliniekstraat 25, B-1070 Brussels, Belgium
1996-99    Pawel Koteja, Institute of Environmental Sciences, Jagiellonian University, ul. Ingardena 6,
                 30-060 Kraków, Poland
1999        Carlos A. Navas, Universidade de Säo Paulo, Brazil
2000        Richard J. Smith, Washington University, St. Louis
2002        Francisco (Pancho) Bozinovic, Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile
2002        Anthony J. Hulbert, University of Wollongong
2002        Roberto M. Nespolo, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile
2003        Russell T. Hepple, University of Calgary
2003        Denis R. Joanisse, Laval University

Postdoctoral Supervision

2001-02     Simon P. Blomberg.  Ph.D. Sydney University.  Supported on NSF grant and as
                  Michael Guyer Postdoctoral Fellow. Currently Lecturer/Consultant in Statistics,
                  Integrative Biology School, The University of Queensland.  Website

1999-02     Anne M. Bronikowski. Ph.D., Univ. of Chicago. N.I.H. National Research Service Award
                  (NRSA postdoctoral fellowship). Currently Adjunct Assistant Professor, Department of
                  Zoology and Genetics, Iowa State University.
1993-96     Patrick A. Carter. Ph.D., University of Colorado. Supported on my NSF grant and as
                  Michael Guyer Postdoctoral Fellow.
                   Currently Associate Professor, Department of Zoology, Washintgon State University.
1999-02     Isabelle A. Girard. Ph.D., University of California - Los Angeles. Supported on NSF grant.
                  Currently Assistant Professor at University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point.
2003-05     Fernando R. Gomes. Ph.D., Universidade de Säo Paulo, Brazil. Supported on my NSF grant.
1988-90     Jack P. Hayes. Ph.D., University of California, Riverside. Michael Guyer Postdoctoral Fellow.
                   Currently Associate Professor, Department of Biology, University of Nevada-Reno.
2002-04     Wendy L. Hodges. Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin.  C.V.
                    N.S.F. Bioinformatics Postdoctoral Fellowship.
1990, 93     Aurora Martinez de Castilla Munoz. Ph.D., Universidad Autonoma de Madrid.
                    Spanish Grant: Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Cientificas (CSIC).
2005-07      Kevin M. Middleton. NIH Ruth Kirschstein National Research Service Award Fellow,
                   Joint sponsorship with Sharon M. Swartz of University.
                   Currently Assistant Professor at California State University, San Bernardino. Website

1999-02      Gad Perry. Ph.D, University of Texas, Austin. Supported on NSF grant and on
                    Michael Guyer Postdoctoral Fellow. Currently Assistant Professor at Texas Tech University.

Graduate Student Supervision

Graduate Advisor, U.C., Riverside:

2002-        Jessica L. Bunkers    home page  (Biology, Ph.D.)
2001-        Enrico L. Rezende    home page  (Biology, Ph.D.)
2003-        Scott Kelly               home page  (Biology, Ph.D.)
2004-        Erik Kolb                 home page  (Biology, Ph.D.)
2004-        Christopher Oufiero  home page  (Biology, Ph.D.)

Member - Doctoral Committee, U.C., Riverside:

2003-        Denise Raterman   home page  (Mark Springer is advisor)

Member - Master's Thesis Committee, U.C., Riverside:

2002-        Adam J. Malisch   home page  (Biology, M.S.)  (Mike Allen is advisor)
 

Graduate Advisor, U.W.-Madison:

1998-03     Mohammed Al-Kahtani (Zoology: Ph.D. July 2003)  Abstract
1996-98     Nicola M. Anthony (Conservation Biology and Sustainable Development: M.S. 1998) --
                    subsequently postdoc at Cardiff University, U.K., with Michael W. Bruford.
                    Currently Assistant Professor at the University of New Orleans (started January 2003).
                    Thesis title: The Wisconsin Small Mammal Survey: a volunteer-based small mammal survey
                    program for native grassland preserves in southern Wisconsin. 128 pp. Abstract
1995-01     Kevin E. Bonine (Zoology: M.S. 1997, Ph.D.  2001) -- currently Adjunct Assistant Professor in
                    the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at the University of Arizona.
                    Dissertation title:  Morphological and physiological predictors of lizard locomotor performance:
                    a phylogenetic analysis of trade-offs. v + 222 pages.   Abstract
1988-94     Susan J. Bulova (Zoology: M.S. 1990, Ph.D. 1994) -- currently research associate in
                    Department of Psychology, University of Washington.
                    Dissertation title: Patterns of burrow use by desert tortoises: influence of microclimate
                    and chemical cues. 219 pp.  Abstract
1995-96     Mark A. Coleman (Zoology: switched to other advisor and completed Master's [published as
                    Coleman et al., 1998], then accepted position at private scientific company in Indiana, currently
                    Ph.D. student at Colorado State University)
1993-96     Ramon Díaz-Uriarte (Biometry: M.S. 1996)
1988-94     Michael R. Dohm (Zoology: M.S. 1991, Ph.D. 1994) -- currently research associate at
                    University of Hawaii-Hilo with W. J. Mautz. Dissertation title: Quantitative genetics of
                    locomotor performance and physiology in house mice (Mus domesticus). 264 pp.  Abstract
                    Currently Lecturer at the Unviersity of hawaii, Hilo.
1990-92     David L. Gregor (Zoology: M.S. not completed)
1999-00     Richard S. King (Zoology for Ph.D.: switched to other advisor as I was moving)
2000-02     Guo Li (Zoology: M.S. expected July 2002)
                  Currently graduate student at the University of Michigan.
1998-02     Justin S. Rhodes (Zoology: Ph.D. December 2002) -- as of Jan 2003 will be postdoctoral
                  research associate at Oregon Health & Science University with John C. Crabbe.
                  Stephen C. Gammie served as his major professor during the final semester because I had
                  moved to U.C., Riverside).   Dissertation title:  The neural basis of hyperactive wheel
                  running in mice.  iv + 170 pp.   Abstract
                  Currently postdoc with Dr. John Crabbe in Oregon.
1991-93     Christopher S. Richardson (Zoology: M.S. 1993) -- currently Ph.D. student with Tom Kunz,
                    Department of Biology, Boston University.
1999-00     Ronald W. Sutherland (Zoology: switched to other advisor)
1992-94     John G. Swallow (Conservation Biology and Sustainable Development: M.S. 1994)
                    Thesis title: Ecological physiology and conservation biology: an experimental study of
                    artificial nests to enhance reproduction of the endangered lizard
                    Podarcis hispanica atrata in the field. 50 pp.
1994-98     John G. Swallow (Zoology: Ph.D. 1998) -- currently Assistant Professor, University of South Dakota.
                    Dissertation title: Artificial selection for high voluntary activity in house mice:
                    a study in evolutionary physiology. 179 pp.  Abstract
1988-93     Jonathan L. Temte (Zoology: Ph.D. 1993) -- currently Associate Professor, Department of
                    Family Medicine, University of Wisconsin-Madison. Dissertation title: Photoperiod control
                    of reproductive timing in the Pacific Harbor Seal and the California Sea Lion. 209 pp.  Abstract
1992-94     Christine M. Wolf (Wildlife Ecology, Zoology: M.S. 1994) -- currently Biological Consultant
                    at Camp Pendleton, employed by Anteon Corporation, Camarillo, California.

Member - Doctoral Committee, U.W.-Madison and others:

1989-91     A. Ross Black (Zoology - Dodson)
1998-99     Justin Brashares (Wildlife Ecology - Arcese)
1989-91     Adria Cannon (Zoology - Porter)
1991-96     Lin-Ling Chang Chien (Zoology - Kirsch)
1998-01     Min-Hwang (Perry) Chang (Zoology - Karasov)
1989-93     Janine R. Clemmons (Zoology - Hailman)
1989-91     Allan W. Dickerman (Zoology - Kirsch)
1994-97     Dawn Dittman (Zoology - Padilla)
1999-00     Charles L. Dumke (Kinesiology - Cartee)
1992-94     Cheryl Dykstra (Wildlife Ecology, Zoology - Karasov)
1998-01     Joshua Erdman (Zoology - Bleiweiss/Moermond)
1993-95     Timothy M. Evans (Botany - Sytsma)
1988-90     Thomas A. Forge (Plant Pathology)
1995-98     Johannes Foufopoulos (Zoology - Ives)
1996-99     Michelle A. Harris (Zoology - Steudel)
1998-01     James M. Hutcheon (Zoology - Kirsch)
1998-02     W. Bryan Jennings (Zoology, University of Texas at Austin - Pianka)
1987-90     Emília P. Martins (Zoology - Baylis)
1989-90     Claudette L. Mo (Zoology - Porter)
1991-92     Shyril O'Steen (Ecology and Evolution, University of Chicago - Block)
1996          Karen L. Overall (Zoology - Porter)
1990-94     Michael S. Putnam (Zoology - Moermond)
1997-98     Susanne L. Rust (Anthropology - Strier)
1990-91     Conrad R. Vispo (Wildlife Ecology - Karasov)

1996         Outside examiner for Doctor of Biological Science Degree thesis by Albertina Pimental Lima.
                 1996. "Overlap in the diet of leaf-litter anurans in Central Amazonia: effects of recruitment
                 season, and ontogenetic changes in foraging mode and electivity for prey." Instituto Nacional
                 de Pesquisas da Amazonia (INPA) and Univ.Federal do Amazonas (UFAM), Manaus, Brazil.

2000         Outside examiner for Doctor of Zoology Degree dissertation by Gary P. Burness. 2000.
                 "Metabolism and Performance: a Study of Provisioning in the Tree Swallow, Tachycineta bicolor"

2004         Outside examiner for Oral (Advancement to Candidacy) Examination, Amanda M. Szucsik, Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
University of California, Irvine.


Member - Master's Thesis Committee, U.W.-Madison:

1988-89     A. Ross Black (Zoology - Dodson)
1997-99     Erik Chapman (Wildlife Ecology - Ribic)
1988-89     Janine Clemmons (Zoology - Hailman)
1991-93     Ethan D. Clotfelter (Zoology - Baylis)
1992-95     Johannes Foufopoulos (Zoology - Ives)
1998-99     Matthew Fugate (Zoology - Karasov)
1994-96     Michelle A. Harris (Zoology - Steudel)
1993-94     Kent Hatch (Zoology, Conservation Biology - Porter)
1988          Nathan R. Hovecamp (Zoology - Hailman)
1998-00     Jona L. Hull (Zoology - Steudel)
1989-90     Emília P. Martins (Biometry - Baylis)
1988-89     Kevin T. Strang (Zoology - Steudel)
1988-90     Roselynn F. Temkin (Zoology - Hailman)

Undergraduate Supervision

Senior Thesis Advisor, U.W.-Madison:

1999-01      Jason G. Belter -- currently Ph.D. student, University of Minnesota.
1994-95      Gary P. Chimes (Honors, jointly with Mathematics) -- currently M.D./Ph.D. student,
                    State University of New York, Stony Brook.
1999-00      Geoff R. Hosack -- currently Ph.D. student, University of Washington
1989-90      Cynthia A. Kapke (co-advisor with J. R. Baylis) -- subsequently M.S. student,
                    Department of Wildlife Ecology, then enrolled in veterinary school.
1988-89      Elizabeth J. Onan (Honors) -- subsequently M.D. student, Pritzker School of Medicine,
                    University of Chicago.
1998-99      Michael S. Manske -- subsequently Peace Corps.

Other Undergraduate Students Supervised in Various Capacities at U.W.-Madison:

2000           Fatima Ashraf
1990           Jeff Augustine
1997           Herman C. Bae
2001           Jocelyn Blake
2000-01      Dana Camp
1997           Jill V. Cartwright
1993-95      Gary P. Chimes
1994-95      Megan K. Coll
2000           Polly Czech
1989-90      Michelle L. David
1995-97      Sarah J. Davis
1991-92      Nick Donovan
1998            Sarah J. Enters (ZOOL 699 independent research)
1999-00      Katherine E. Foley
1989-91      Wendy A. Friedman
1998            Maggie A. Graham (ZOOL 699 independent research)
1998            Regan J. Goodsell
1991-92      Ciaran T. Hannan
1999-00      Geoffrey R. Hosack (ZOOL 699 independent research)
1995            Darshna R. Jethani
1991-94      Jason A. Jones
2002           Nazia Kamal (BIOL 199 independent research)
1994-95      Christina W. Kennedy
1996-97      Kurt F. Klomberg (ZOOL 699 independent research)
1998-99      Karmen T. Kober (ZOOL 699 independent research)
1999            Robin Kodner (ZOOL 410 student for Honors)
1993            Kyo Ladopoulos (ZOOL 410 student for Honors)
1997            Scott M. Lande
1990            Brian P. Lawton
1995            Paul Lephart
1994-95       Jeffrey M. Lievers
1999-00       Matt McAleer (ZOOL 699 independent research; N.S.F. Res. Exp. for Undergraduates)
1988            John Miller
1999            Lucas Moyer-Horner (ZOOL 699 independent research and Zoology 152)
1999-00       Shibani C. Munshi (ZOOL 699 independent research)
1998            Stephanie E. Nelson (ZOOL 699 independent research)
1995            Stephen S. Newton
1997            Rebecca R. Ochs
1998            Bradley D. Phelan (ZOOL 699 independent research)
1998            Jennifer Poehls (Biocore project)
1997            Jay J. Puente
1994-95       Jason H. Robey
1999            Nicholas J. Salkowski (ZOOL 410 student for Honors)
1997-98       Joanna K. Sax
1997-98       Jonathan I. Schibel
1998             Laura Schorrak (Biocore project)
2001             Molly B. Schroeder (Zoology 152)
1999             Chris L. Shanahan
1990             Jackie Strange
1998-99       Tammy M. Tryboski (ZOOL 699 independent research)
1997             Laura E. Weiss
1999             Jennifer Wendland
1999-00       Jeffrey T. Wight (ZOOL 699 independent research)
1988-89       Shelley Williams
1998            Wallene Yang (Biocore project)
1998            Maxim C. Zawojski (ZOOL 699 independent research)
1999            Vincent P. Zambrotta

Undergraduate Students Supervised in Various Capacities at U.C., Riverside:

2002           Shahen Ahmed (Biology 197)
2002           Atefeh Fahimi (Biology 197)
2002           Nazia Kamal (Biology 199)
2003           Sun K. Lee
2003           Michelle Park
2004           Amit Bhanvadia
2004           Kathryn M. Blank
2004           Shana L. Van Cleave


Research Funding:  Intramural

1980         Research and Travel Grant, U.C.-Irvine ($200)
1981         Research and Travel Grant, U.C.-Irvine ($375)
1981         Inter-Campus Travel Funds, U.C.-Irvine ($450)
1982         Research and Travel Grant, U.C.-Irvine ($816)
1982         University of California Patent Funds Award ($2,008)
1984         Research and Travel Grant, U.C.-Irvine ($350)
1984         Inter-campus Travel Funds, U.C.-Irvine ($100)
1987         N.I.H. Biomedical Research Support Grant, funds administered by the University of
                 Wisconsin Graduate School ($5,740)
1988         Graduate School Research Committee, University of Wisconsin ($16,310)
1988         Graduate School Travel Award, University of Wisconsin ($600)
1989         Graduate School Research Committee, University of Wisconsin ($16,866)
1989         N.I.H. Biomedical Research Support Grant, funds administered by the University of
                Wisconsin Graduate School ($6,489)
1989         Graduate School Travel Award, University of Wisconsin ($951)
1990         Graduate School Research Committee, University of Wisconsin ($10,000)
1992         Graduate School Research Committee, University of Wisconsin ($8,317)
1993         Graduate School Travel Award, University of Wisconsin ($1,000)
1994         Graduate School Research Committee, University of Wisconsin ($10,000)
1994         H. I. Romnes Faculty Fellowship, Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation via
                    Graduate School Research Committee, University of Wisconsin ($40,000)
1996         Graduate School Research Committee, University of Wisconsin ($6,602 + fringe)
1997         Graduate School Research Committee, University of Wisconsin ($14,427 + fringe)
1998         Graduate School Travel Award, University of Wisconsin ($500)
1998         Vilas Associates Program, Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation, University of Wisconsin
                    (2/9 summer salary for two years plus $5,000 then $10,000 per year research support)
2000         Wisconsin/Hilldale Undergraduate/Faculty Research Award to Jason G. Belter and
                    T. Garland, Jr. ($3,000 stipend plus $1,000 supplies)
                    "Expression of Heat Shock Proteins in House Mice:  Effects of Voluntary Exercise
                      and of Genetic Selection for High Activity Levels"

Research Funding:  Extramural

1982          J. S. Noyes Foundation Grant for field research in Costa Rica ($1,600)
1982          N.S.F. Doctoral Dissertation Improvement Grant, DEB-8214656 ($6,371) "Ecological
                   and Behavioral Correlates of Body Size and Locomotory Performance in Lizards"
1983          Fulbright Full Grant to Australia ($8,000)
1987          Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Fund, Amer. Museum Natural History ($800)
1987          Travel Award, 2nd International Conference on Quantitative Genetics ($500)
1988          Travel Award, 2nd International Congress of Comparative Physiol. and Biochemistry ($154)
1990-91     N.S.F. Systematic Biology Program, BSR-9006083 ($20,000)
                    "Correlated Evolution of Continuous Traits: A Simulation Study"
1991-92     N.S.F. Systematic Biology Program, BSR-9146864 ($10,000)
                    "Research Experiences for Undergraduates" Supplement to BSR-9006083
1991-96     N.S.F. Population Biology and Physiological Ecology Program - Presidential Young
                    Investigator Award, (BSR)IBN-9157268
                    ($25,000/year base + $37,500/year matching funds) "Studies in Evolutionary Physiology"
1991-95     N.S.F. Biological Basis of Behavior Program, (BNS)IBN-9111185 ($175,990)
                    "Genetic and Physiological Bases of Wheel-Running Behavior"
1993-95     N.S.F. Systematic Biology Program, DEB-9220872 ($47,777) "Phylogenetic Analyses
                    of the Evolution of Continuous Characters" (renewal of BSR-9006083)
1995          N.S.F. Ecological and Evolutionary Physiology Program, IBN-9541705 ($7,184)
                    "Research in Undergraduate Institutions" Supplement to IBN-9157268 for David S. Hinds,
                    California State University, Bakersfield
1995          N.S.F. Animal Behavior Program, IBN-9542232 ($3,000)
                    "Research Experiences for Undergraduates" Supplement to IBN-9111185
1995-97     N.S.F. Systematic Biology Program, DEB-9509343 ($56,224) "Phylogenetic Analyses of the
                    Evolution of Continuous Characters" (renewal of DEB-9220872)
1996           N.S.F. Graduate Research Fellowship to Kevin E. Bonine
1997-99      N.S.F. Ecological and Evolutionary Physiology Program, IBN-9723758 ($40,000),
                    "Morphological and Physiological Correlates of Locomotor Performance
                    in Phrynosomatid Lizards"
1998-00      N.S.F. Animal Behavior Program, IBN-9728434 ($159,427)
                    "Responses to Artificial Selection for Voluntary Activity in House Mice"
1999-02      N.I.H. National Research Service Award (NRSA postdoctoral fellowship) awarded to
                    Dr. Anne M. Bronikowski (Ph.D., University of Chicago 1997) to study interactions between
                    wheel running, reproduction, and aging in our selected lines of house mice.
                    PHS-NIH Award # AG05784-02. "Energy expenditure and aging in Mus"
2000           N.S.F. Graduate Research Fellowship to Ronald W. Sutherland
2000-02      N.S.F. Systematic Biology Program, DEB-9981967 changed to DEB-0196384  ($70,000)
                   "Phylogenetic Analyses of the Evolution of Continuous Characters"
                    (renewal of DEB-9509343) with co-PI Anthony R. Ives.
2000-01      N.I.H. New Program Development award "Mice Selected for Hyperactivity as a Novel Model
                    of ADHD."  ($50,000 direct costs)  This was a component of the Waisman Center's base grant,
                    titled "Wisconsin Center on Mental Retardation:  Core Support" (Terrence R. Dolan, P.I.).
                    Grant Number P30 HD03352.
2001            N.I.H. Predoctoral Individual National Research Service Award awarded to Justin S. Rhodes.
                    PHS-NIH Award # 1 F31 NS 42872. "The neural basis of hyperactive wheel running in mice."
2002            N.S.F. Ecological and Evolutionary Physiology Program, IBN-0212567 ($375,000)
                    "Responses to Artificial Selection for Voluntary Activity in House Mice"
2003            Shipley Skinner-Riverside County Endowment Award to J. L. Bunkers and T. Garland, Jr.
                    "Effects of habitat disturbance on stress and reproduction in desert iguanas" ($5,990)
2003            N.S.F. Ecological and Evolutionary Physiology Program, IBN-0331571 ($11,394)
                    John G. Swallow (University of South Dakota) is PI; I am co-PI. "SICB Symposium Support:
                    Selection Experiments as a Tool in Evolutionary and Comparative Physiology, January 5-9, 2004"
 


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