Bio-Bibliography

BARRY R. SINERVO

Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology

Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology

Earth and Marine Sciences Building,

University of California, Santa Cruz, CA 95064

                                   

EMPLOYMENT

 

2009                Full Professor, Level VI, University of California, Santa Cruz

2001-               Full Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of California, Santa Cruz

2007-               Affiliated faculty, Computer Science and Engineering, UC Santa Cruz

2005-               Adjunct faculty, Digital Art and New Media, UC Santa Cruz

1998-2001       Associate Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of California, Santa Cruz

1997-1998       Assistant Professor of Biology, University of California, Santa Cruz

1992-1997       Assistant Professor of Biology, Indiana University

1992-1993       Research Scientist III, Department of Zoology, University of Washington, Seattle, WA

1990-1992       Research Associate, Department of Zoology, University of Washington, Seattle, WA

1988-1990       Research Fellow, Miller Institute for Basic Research in Science, University of California, Berkeley

                       

EDUCATION

 

1988                University of Washington, Seattle, WA, Ph.D., Zoology

1982                Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada,

                        Combined Honors BSc in Biology/Mathematics (First Class Honors, and University Medal)

 

HONORS and AWARDS

 

2013-2017       Special Visiting Professor, University of Brasilia, Brazil (hosted by G. Colli)

2013                Awarded Best Paper in Copeia, (co-recipients with A. Corl & L. Lancaster)

2012                The Patagonian lizard  Phymaturus sinervoi, a newly described species, was named in my honor

2010                Professor of Toulouse, Université Paul Sabatier - Toulouse III (3 months summer)

2008                Research Scientist, CNRS (Centre Nationale pour les Recherche Scientifique) Moulis (4 months)

2007                Professor of Toulouse, Université Paul Sabatier - Toulouse III (3 months summer)

2004                Visiting Professor, Natural History Museum, Paris (3 months summer)

2004                Awarded Best Paper in The American Naturalist, (co-recipients with R.B. Huey & P.E. Hertz).

2003                Visiting Professor, Paris University (2 months summer)

2001                CNRS Summer Professorship, CNRS, Paris (3 months summer)

2000                Elected Member, California Academy of Sciences

1992                Dobzhansky Prize, Society for the Study of Evolution

1989                American Society of Naturalist Young Investigator Prize

1988-1990       Miller Research Fellow, Miller Institute for Basic Research in Science, UC Berkeley.

1982-1986       1967 Science Scholar, Natural Sciences Engineering and Research Council of Canada (NSERC)

1982                Commonwealth Scholarship, which I declined

                        Annual Fund Fellowship, University of Washington

                        University Medal in Biology, Dalhousie University

                        Graduated with First Class Honours, Honours B.Sc.

                        Combined Biology and Mathematics, Dalhousie University

1981                G.S. Burke Scholarship in Biology, Dalhousie University

1980-1982       Undergraduate Research Awards (3), NSERC

1978-1981       Scholarships in Biology (4), Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia

1978                Ontario Scholar, Ontario

1978                Gold Medal Winner, Port Arthur Collegiate Institute


GRANTS

 

Grants Received (including 14 major NSF grants – continuous NSF funding since 1989):

 

2013-2014       UCOP Opportunity Fund, “An Institute for the Biotic Effects of Climate: Developing the foundation for cross-disciplinary links in the UC system”, (co-PI with L. Fox): $20,000

2013-2017       National Science Foundation, “COLLABORATIVE RESEARCH: Quantifying climate-forced extinction risks for lizards, amphibians, fishes, and plants” (co-PI with Sites, Bauer, Miles, Pittermann) Total Request: $2,000,000, UCSC:$866,000, BYU/Villanova: $1,134,000.

2013-2016       National Science Foundation, “The Influence of Temporal and Spatial Scales on Drivers of Host-Parasite Interactions” (Lead PI: Jason Rohr, co-PI Sinervo) $993,000.

2012                Extinction risk and habitat niche modeling for the blunt-nosed leopard lizard. Bureau of Land Management-Nature Conservancy $125,000 (PI: Sinervo, co-PI: Cameron Barrows, UC Riverside)

2012                Assessment of physiological impacts of volcanic ash on Phymaturus lizards, National Geographic Society, $10,000 (N. Ibargüengoytía, PI, co-PIs: Sinervo, Miles, Scolaro, Mendez De la Cruz)

2012-2016      National Science Foundation, REU Sites grant “Biological impacts of climate change: testing hypotheses with collections and long-term data (co-PI with Laurel Fox), $228,118 (March 2012-2015).

2011                NSF Research Experience for Undergraduates (RET), Supplement to “Effect of Light and Temperature Cycles and Climate Change on Adaptation in Lizards”, $4,096.

2011                NSF Research Experience for Teachers (RET), Supplement to “Effect of Light and Temperature Cycles and Climate Change on Adaptation in Lizards”, $15,000.

2010-2013       National Science Foundation, “Effect of Light and Temperature Cycles and Climate Change on Adaptation in Lizards” (co-PI with D. Paranjpe, D. B. Miles and P. A. Zani) $476,101.

2010-2011       National Science Foundation, US-Germany DDEP: Evolutionary consequences of Cenozoic climate change on African reptile diversification (PhD research funding for C. Hipsley), $14,986.

2009-2012       National Science Foundation, “The role of the hippocampus in alternative territorial strategies of the side-blotched lizard” (co-PI with L. Ladage and V. V. Pravosudov) $399,000.

2007                Grant from the Committee on Research, UCSC, “Evolution of Altruism and Cooperation in the Genus Sceloporus” (co-PI with Grant Pogson), $19,900.

2007                UC Mexus Research Grant, “Evolution of Color Polymorphisms and Alternative Reproductive Strategies in the Genus Sceloporus”, $15,000.

2005-2010       National Science Foundation LTREB, “Relatedness Asymmetries, Antagonistic Natural Selection and Nonmendelian Inheritance in a Natural Population of Lizards” (co-PI with A. McAdam) $298,998.

2005                REU Supplement to “Correlational selection and the evolution of alternative male strategies” $6,000

2004                National Geographic Society. Speciation and color morphs of lizards $20,050

2004                REU Supplement to “Adaptive Color Variation in the Ensatina "Ring Species" Complex: Implications for Ecological Speciation and Mimicry” (co-PI with S. Kuchta), $9,000

2004                National Science Foundation Dissertation Improvement Grant awarded to A. Corl, $10,000

2004                National Science Foundation Dissertation Improvement Grant awarded to B. Weaver, $10,000

2003                France (CNRS)-Berkeley Fund. Research Grant to B. Sinervo and M. Hochberg $10,000

2003-2006       National Science Foundation Research Grant, “Adaptive Color Variation in the Ensatina "Ring Species" Complex: Implications for Ecological Speciation and Mimicry” (co-PI with S. Kuchta), $194,000

2003                Centre Nationale pour Les Recherches Scientifiques (Paris and Montpellier) – Professorship for B. Sinervo: $5,000.

2003                REU Supplement to “Correlational selection and the evolution of alternative male strategies” $6,000

2003                REU Supplement to “Density-dependent natural selection and selection on offspring size” $6,000

2002                Centre Nationale pour Les Recherches Scientifiques (Paris and Montpellier) – Research Funds to B. Sinervo: $3,000.

2002-2004       National Science Foundation Research Grant, ”Correlational selection and the evolution of alternative male strategies” (Co-PI with L. Hazard, D. Costa, D.B. Miles) $226,000.

2001                Centre Nationale pour Les Recherches Scientifiques (Paris) – Visiting Scholar Fellowship to B. Sinervo: $7,700.

2000-2004       National Science Foundation, ”Intrinsic Cycles and Density and Frequency-Dependent Selection on Egg Size”, $276,001.

2000-2001       National Science Foundation Dissertation Improvement Grant awarded to R. G. Calsbeek, $10,000

2000                Technology Improvement Grant, University of California, Santa Cruz, $7,500 with $7,500 matching funds from the Biology Department for a total of $15,000.

1998-2000          National Science Foundation Supplement to Res. Grant, “A virtual reality simulation for the study of animal behavior,” $50,000

1999                REU Supplement to “The rock-paper-scissors game and the evolution of alternative male strategies,” $5,000

1996-1999       National Science Foundation Res. Grant, “The rock-paper-scissors game and the evolution of alternative male strategies,” $168,000

1998                Equipment Grant for matching funds to NSF supplement, Division of Natural Science, University of California, Santa Cruz, $24,000

1996-1998       National Science Foundation Res. Grant, “The application of junctions theory to the analysis of sunflower hybrids,” (w/L.H. Rieseberg), $120,000

1996-1999       National Science Foundation Dissertation Improvement Grant awarded to W.A. Frankino, $10,000

1996-1998       National Science Foundation Res. Grant, “Character displacement as revealed by natural selection experiments,” $135,000

1995-1999       Participated in the successful Renewal of Research Training Grant submitted to NSF to fund the Center for the Integrative Study of Animal Behavior.

1993-1996       National Science Foundation Research Grant; “Costs of reproduction in the wild: an experimental test,” $180,000

1993                Research Fund, Indiana University, $3,000

1992                National Science Foundation, REU Supplement to “An experimental test of Lack’s Hypothesis,” (CO-PI with R.B. Huey), $8,000

1991                National Science Foundation, REU Supplement to “An experimental test of Lack’s Hypothesis,” (CO-PI with R.B. Huey), $8,600

1990-1993       National Science Foundation Research Grant (CO-PI with R.B. Huey), “An experimental test of Lack’s Hypothesis,” $225,000

1988-1990       Miller Institute for Basic Research in Science, University of California, Berkeley, $60,500

1986                Grants-in-Herpetology, Society for the Study of Amphibians and Reptiles, $430

                        Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Fund, American Museum of Natural History, $750

1985                Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Fund, American Museum of Natural History, $600

                        Gaige Fund, American Society of Ichthyology and Herpetology, $800

                        Grants-in-Aid of Research, Sigma Xi, $600

1984                Grants-in-Aid of Research, Sigma Xi, $500

1982-1986       NSERC Post graduate Fellowship, $60,500

1980-1982       Undergraduate Research Awards (3), NSERC, $7,200

 

PUBLICATIONS: 119 Published peer-reviewed works (103 published journal articles, 16 book chapters).

103) LaDage, L. D.; R. M. Maged, Roxolana, M. V. Forney, T. C. Roth II, B. Sinervo, V. V. Pravosudov, Vladimir V. Interaction between territoriality, spatial environment, and hippocampal neurogenesis in male side-blotched lizards. Behavioral Neuroscience 127: 555-565. doi: 10.1037/a0032852

102) Boretto, J. M., F. Cabezas-Cartes, E. L. Kubisch, B. Sinervo, and N. R. Ibargüengoyatía. 2013. Volcanic ashes from the Puyehue-Cordón Caulle eruption affected female reproduction and body mass of the endemic lizard Phymaturus spectabilis from Patagonia (Argentina). Herpetological Conservation and Biology, in press.

101) Boretto, J. M., F. Cabezas-Cartes, F. Tappari, F. R. Mendéz-De la Cruz, B. Sinervo, B., A. J. Scolaro and N. R. Ibargüengoyatía. 2013. Female lizards skip reproduction in cold and harsh environments of Patagonia, Argentina: Reproductive biology of Phymaturus spectabilis (Liolaemidae). Herpetological Conservation and Biology, in press.

100) Paranjpe, D. A., E. Bastiaans, A. Patten, R. D. Cooper, and B. Sinervo 2013. Evidence of maternal effects on temperature preference in side-blotched lizards: implications for evolutionary response to climate change. Evolutionary Ecology. doi: 10.1002/ece3.614.

99) San-Jose, L. M., F. Granado-Larencio, B. Sinervo, and P. Fitze. 2013. Iridophores and Not Carotenoids Account for Chromatic Variation of Carotenoid-Based Coloration in Common Lizards (Lacerta vivipara ). American Naturalist 181:396-409.

98) Luja, V. H., B. Sinervo and R. Rodriguez-Estrella. 2013. Observaciones sobre la dieta de la culebra de agua Thamnophis hammondii en un oasis de Baja California Sur, México. Revista Mexicana de Biodiversidad, 84: 697-700, DOI: 10.7550/rmb.32185.

97) LaDage, L.D., T. C. Roth, A. M. Cerjanic, B. Sinervo, and V. V. Pravosudov. 2012. Spatial memory: are lizards really deficient? Biol. Lett. 2012 8, doi: 10.1098/rsbl.2012.0527

96) Corl, A., L. Lancaster and B. Sinervo. 2012. Rapid Formation of Reproductive Isolation between Two Populations of Side-Blotched Lizards, Uta stansburiana. Copeia 2012:593-602. (Awarded Best Paper in Copeia, 2013 at the Joint Meetings of Ichthyology and Herpetology)

95) Medina, M., A. Scolaro, F. R. Méndez De la Cruz, B. Sinervo, D. B. Miles, N. Ibargüengoytía. 2012. Thermal biology of genus Liolaemus: A phylogenetic approach reveals advantages of the genus to survive climate change. Journal Thermal Biology, 37: 579-586.

94) Vercken, E., Sinervo, B. and Clobert, J. 2012. The importance of a good neighbourhood: social environment and dispersal decisions in common lizards. Behavioral Ecology, 23: 1059-1067.

93) Davis Robosky AR, A. Corl, Y. Surget-Groba, H.E. Liwang, and B. Sinervo. 2012. Direct Fitness Correlates and Thermal Consequences of Facultative Aggregation in a Desert Lizard.  PLoS ONE 7(7): e40866. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0040866

92) Scoular, K. M., W. C. Caffry, J. L. Tillman, E. S. Finan, S. K. Scwartz, B. Sinervo, and P. Zani. 2011. Multiyear home-range ecology of common side-blotched lizards in Eastern Oregon with additional analysis of geographic variation in home-range size. Herpetological Monographs 25: 52-75.

91) Medina, M., B. Sinervo, and N. Ibargüengoytía 2011. Thermal relationships between body temperature and environment conditions set upper distributional limits on oviparous species. J. Therm. Biol. 36, 527-534.

90) Sinervo B, D. B. Miles, N. Martínez-Méndez, R. Lara-Resendiz, and F. R. Méndez-de-la-Cruz. 2011. Reponse to Comment on “Erosion of lizard diversity by climate change and altered thermal niches. Science 332:537-538.

89) Heulin, B., Y. Surget-Groba, B. Sinervo, D. B. Miles, and A. Guiller. 2010. Dynamics of haplogroup frequencies and survival rates in a contact zone of two mtDNA lineages of the lizard Lacerta vivipara. Ecography 34: 436-447.

88) Vercken, M., J. Clobert and B. Sinervo. 2010. Frequency-dependent reproductive success in female common lizards: a real-life hawk–dove–bully game? Oecologia 162: 49-58.

87) Camargo, A. R., B. Sinervo, and J. W. Sites Jr. 2010. Lizards as model organisms for linking phylogeographic and speciation studies. Molecular Ecology 17: 3250-3270.

86) Davis, A, A. Corl, Y. Surget-Groba and B. Sinervo. 2010. Convergent evolution of kin-based sociality in a lizard. Proceedings of the Royal Society, London B: doi:10.1098/rspb.2010.1703.

85) Sinervo B, F. R. Méndez-de-la-Cruz, D. B. Miles, B. Heulin, E. Bastiaans, M. Villagran-Santa Cruz, R. Lara-Resendiz, N. Martínez-Méndez, M. L. Calderón-Espinosa, R. N. Meza-Lázaro, H. Gadsden, L. J. Avila, M. Morando, I. J. De la Riva, P. Victoriano Sepulveda, C. F. Duarte Rocha, N. Ibargüengoytía, C. A. Puntriano, M. Massot, V. Lepetz, T. A. Oksanen, D. G. Chapple, A. M. Bauer, W. R. Branch, J. Clobert, J. W. Sites, Jr. 2010. Erosion of lizard diversity by climate change and altered thermal niches. Science, 324:894-899.

84) Lancaster, L. T., A. G. McAdam, and B. Sinervo. 2010. Maternal effects and body shape variation integrate alternative reproductive and antipredator strategies: Stocky is sneaky and lean is mean. Evolution doi:10.1111/j.1558-5646.2010.00941.x.

83) Corl, A., A. R. Davis, S. R. Kuchta, and B. Sinervo. 2010. Selective loss of polymorphic mating types is associated with rapid phenotypic evolution during morphic speciation Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA 107: 4294-4259.

82) Barker, F. K., M. Clamp, A. J. Crawford, R. Hanner, O. H. Hanotte, W. Johnson, J. McGuire, W. Miller, R. W. Murphy, W. J. Murphy, F. H. Sheldon, B. Sinervo, B. Venkatesh, E. O. Wiley, F. W. Allendorf, S. Baker, G. Bernardi, S. Brenner, J. Cracraft, M. Diekhans, S. Edwards, J. Estes, P. Gaubert, A. Graphodatsky, J. A. Marshall Graves, E. D. Green, P. Hebert, K. M. Helgen, B. Kessing, D. M. Kingsley, H. A. Lewin, G. Luikart, P. Martelli, N. Nguyen, G. Orti, B. L. Pike, D. M. Rawson, S. C. Schuster, H. Nicolás Seuánez, H. B. Shaffer, M. S. Springer, J. M. Stuart, E. Teeling, R. C. Vrijenhoek, R. D. Ward, R. Wayne, T. M. Williams, N. D. Wolfe, Y.-P. Zhang. 2009. Genome 10K: A Proposition to Obtain Whole Genome Sequence for 10,000 Vertebrate Species. Journal of Heredity 100: 659-674.

81) Svensson, E. I., A. G. McAdam, and B. Sinervo. 2009. Intralocus sexual conflict over immune defense and the resolution of gender load in a natural lizard population. Evolution 63: 3124-3135.

80) Corl, A., A. Davis, S. Kuchta, T. Comendant, and B. Sinervo. 2009. Alternative Mating Strategies and the Evolution of Sexual Size Dimorphism in the Side-Blotched lizard, Uta stansburiana:  A Population-Level Comparative Analysis, Evolution doi:10.1111/j.1558-5646.2009.00791.x.

79) LaDage, L. D., B. J. Riggs, B. Sinervo, and V. V. Pravosudov. 2009. Dorsal cortex volume in male side-blotched lizards, Uta stansburiana, is associated with different space use strategies. Animal Behaviour 78: 91-96

78) Lancaster, L., Hipsley, C. and Sinervo, B. 2009. Female choice for optimal combinations of multiple male display traits increases offspring survival. Behavioral Ecology doi:10.1093/beheco/arp088.

77) Kuchta, S., Krakauer, A. H. and Sinervo, B. 2008. Why does the yellow-eyed Ensatina have yellow eyes? Batesian mimicry of Pacific Newts (Genus Taricha) by the salamander Ensatina eschscholtzii xanthoptica. Evolution doi:10.1111/j.1558-5646.2008.00338.x.

76) Sinervo, B,  Clobert, J., Miles, D. B., McAdam, A. G. and L. T. Lancaster. 2008. The role of pleiotropy versus signaler-receiver gene epistasis in life history trade-offs: dissecting the genomic architecture of organismal design in social systems. Heredity 101:197-207.

75) Vercken E, Sinervo B, Clobert J (2008) Colour variation in female common lizards: why we should speak of morphs, a reply to Cote et al. Journal of Evolutionary Biology doi: 10.1111/j.1420-9101.2008.01535.x

74) Lancaster, Hazard, L., Clobert, J. and Sinervo, B. 2008. Corticosterone manipulation reveals differences in hierarchical organization of multi-dimensional reproductive trade-offs in r-strategist and K-strategist females. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 21: 556-565.

73) Sinervo, B. and McAdam, A. 2008. Maturational costs of reproduction on clutch size and ontogenetic conflict as measured by the invisible fraction, Proceedings of the Royal Society, London B., 275: 629-638.

72) Mills, S., Hazard, L., Lancaster, L., Mappes, T., Miles, D. B., Oksanen, T. and Sinervo, B. 2008. Gonadotropin hormone modulation of testosterone, immune function, performance, and behavioral trade-offs among male morphs of the lizard, Uta stansburiana. The American Naturalist, 171: 339-357.

71) Alonzo, S. and Sinervo, B. 2007. The effect of sexually antagonistic selection on adaptive sex ratio allocation. Evolutionary Ecology Research, 9: 1-21.

70) Bleay, C., Comendant, T. and Sinervo, B. 2007. An experimental test of frequency dependent selection on male mating strategy in the field. Proceedings of the Royal Society, London B. 274: 2019-2025.

69) Calsbeek, R. and Sinervo, B. 2007. Correlational selection on lay date and life history traits: Experimental manipulations of territory and nest site quality. Evolution 61: 1071-1083.

68) Lancaster, L., McAdam, A., Wingfield, J. and Sinervo, B. 2007. Adaptive Social and Maternal Induction of Anti-Predator Dorsal Patterns in a Lizard with Alternative Social Strategies. Ecology Letters, 10: 798-808.

67) Meylan, S., Clobert, J., and Sinervo, B. 2007. Adaptive significance of maternal induction of density dependent phenotypes. Oikos 116: 650-661.

66) Miller, B.L. and Sinervo, B. 2007. Heritable body size mediates apparent life history trade-offs in a simultaneous hermaphrodite. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 20: 1554-1562.

65) Miles, D. B., Calsbeek, R., and Sinervo, B. 2007. Corticosterone, locomotor performance, and metabolism in side-blotched lizards (Uta stansburiana). Hormones and Behavior 51: 548-554.

64) Miles, D. B., Sinervo, B., Nagy, K., Costa, D., Hazard, L., Svensson E.I. 2007. Relating endocrinology, physiology and behaviour using species with alternative mating strategies Functional Ecology 21: 653–665.

63) Sinervo, B., Heulin, B., Surget-Groba, Y., Clobert, J., Corl, A., Chaine, A, and Davis, A. 2007. Models of density-dependent genic selection and a new Rock-Paper-Scissors social system. The American Naturalist, 170: 663-680.

62) Bleay, C. and Sinervo, B. 2006. Discrete genetic variation in mate choice and a condition dependent preference function in the side blotched lizard: Implications for the formation and maintenance of co-adapted gene complexes. Behavioral Ecology 18: 304-310.

61) Sinervo, B. and Calsbeek, R. 2006. The developmental and physiological causes and consequences of frequency dependent selection in the wild. Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics 37: 581-610.

60) Sinervo, B., Calsbeek, R., Comendant, T., Both, C., Adamopoulou, C. and Clobert, J. 2006b. Genetic and maternal determinants of effective dispersal: the effect of sire genotype and size at birth in side-blotched lizards. The American Naturalist 168: 88-99.

59) Sinervo, B., Chaine, A., Clobert, J., Calsbeek, R., McAdam, A., Hazard, H., Lancaster, L., Alonzo, S., Corrigan, G., and M. Hochberg. 2006. Self-recognition, color signals and cycles of greenbeard mutualism and transient altruism. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (U.S.A.). 102: 7372-7377.

58) Vercken, E., Massot, M., Sinervo, B., and Clobert, J. 2006. Colour polymorphism and alternative reproductive strategies in females of the common lizard Lacerta vivipara. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 20:221-232.

57) Sinervo, B. 2005. Darwin’s Finch beaks, Bmp4, and the developmental origins of novelty. Heredity 10: 1-2.

56) Svensson, E.I. and Sinervo, B. 2004. The spatial scale and temporal component of selection in the side-blotched lizard. The American Naturalist 163: 726-734.

55) Calsbeek, R. and Sinervo, B. 2004. Within-clutch variation in offspring sex determined by differences in sire body size: cryptic mate choice in the wild.  Journal of Evolutionary Biology 17: 464-470.

54) Costa, D. and Sinervo, B. 2004. Field Physiology: Physiological Insights from Animals in Nature. Annual Review of Physiology 66:  209-238

53) Huey, R.B., Hertz, P. and Sinervo, B. 2003. Behavioral drive versus behavioral inertia in evolution: a null model approach. The American Naturalist: 161:357-366. (Award for Best paper, American Naturalist, 2003).

52) Sinervo, B. and Calsbeek, R. 2003. Ontogenetic conflict and morphotypic selection on physiology, life history, and adaptive sex allocation. In symposium volume: Selection and evolution of performance in nature, J. Kingsolver and R.B. Huey (eds). Integrative and Comparative Biology 43: 419-430.

51) Sinervo, B. and Clobert, J. 2003. Morphs, dispersal, genetic similarity and the evolution of cooperation. Science 300: 1949-1951.

50) Sinervo, B., and Svensson, E.I. 2002. Correlational selection and the evolution of genomic architecture. Heredity 89: 329-338.

49) Hochberg, M., Sinervo, B. and Brown, S. 2003. Socially-mediated speciation. Evolution 57: 154-158.

48) Galis, F., Kundrát, M., and Sinervo, B. 2003. An old controversy solved: Bird embryos have five fingers. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 18: 7-9.

47) Comendant, T., Sinervo, B., Svensson, E. and Wingfield, J.  2003. Social competition, corticosterone and survival in female lizard morphs. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 16: 948-955.

46) Svensson E.I., Sinervo, B. and Comendant, T.  2002. Mechanistic and experimental analysis of condition and reproduction in a polymorphic lizard. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 15: 1034-1047.

45) Calsbeek, R, and Sinervo, B.  2002a. The ontogeny of territoriality during maturation. Oecologia 132: 468-477.

44) Calsbeek, R. and Sinervo, B. 2002b. Uncoupling direct and indirect components of female choice in the wild. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, U.S.A. 99: 14897-14902.

43) Calsbeek, R. and Sinervo, B. 2002c. 
An experimental test of the ideal despotic distribution.Journal of Animal Ecology 71: 513–523

42) Calsbeek, R., Alonzo, S.H., Zamudio, K., Sinervo, B. 2002. Sexual selection and alternative mating behaviours generate demographic stochasticity in small populations. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series B-Biological Sciences. 269: 157-164.

41) Galis, F., Sinervo, B. and Metz, J.A.J. 2002. The digital arch model reconsidered. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 17: 405.

40) Galis, F. and Sinervo, B. 2002. Divergence and convergence in early embryonic stages of metazoans. Contributions in Zoology 71: 101-113

39) Sinervo, B. 2001a. Runaway social games, genetic cycles driven by alternative male and female strategies, and the origin of morphs. In Macroevolutionary and microevolutionary process, A. Hendry, and M. Kinnison, (eds) Genetica 112: 417-434.

38) Sinervo, B., Bleay, C. and Adamopoulou, C. 2001. Social causes of selection and the resolution of a heritable throat color polymorphism in a lizard. Evolution 55: 2040-2052.

37) Sinervo, B. and K. Zamudio. 2001. The evolution of alternative reproductive strategies, fitness differential, heritability, and genetic correlation between the sexes. Journal of Heredity, 92: 198-205.

36) Svensson E.I., Sinervo, B.  Comendant, T. 2001a. Condition, genotype-by-environment interaction, and correlational selection in lizard life-history morphs. Evolution 55: 2053-2069.

35) Svensson E.I., Sinervo, B., Comendant, T. 2001b. Density-dependent competition and selection on immune function in genetic lizard morphs. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, U.S.A. 98: 12561-12565 23: 2001.

34) Alonzo, S.H. and Sinervo, B. 2000. Mate choice games, context-dependent good genes, and genetic cycles in the side-blotched lizard, Uta stansburiana. Behavioral Ecology Sociobiology 49: 176-186.

33) Sinervo, B., Miles, D.B., Frankino, W.A. Klukowski, M., and DeNardo, D.F. 2000.  Testosterone, endurance, and Darwinian fitness: natural and sexual selection on the physiological bases of alternative male behaviors in side-blotched lizards.  Hormones and Behavior 38: 222-233.

32) Zamudio, K. and Sinervo, B. 2000. Polygyny, mate-guarding, and posthumous fertilization as alternative male mating strategies. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, U.S.A. 97:14427-14432.

31) Miles, D.B., Sinervo, B. and Frankino, W.A. 2000. Reproductive burden, locomotor performance, and the cost of reproduction in free ranging lizards. Evolution 54: 1386-1395.

30) Sinervo, B., Svensson, E. and Comendant, T. 2000. Density cycles and an offspring quantity and quality game driven by natural selection. Nature 406: 985-988.

29) Svensson, E. and Sinervo, B. 2000. Experimental excursions on adaptive landscapes: density-dependent selection on egg size. Evolution 54: 1396-1403.

28) Sinervo, B. 1999. Mechanistic Analysis of Natural Selection and a Refinement of Lack's and William’s Principles. American Naturalist 154 SUPPL: S26-S42.

27) Sinervo, B. and Svensson, E. 1998. Mechanistic and selective causes of life history trade-offs and plasticity. Oikos 83 432-442.

26) Rieseberg, L.H., Araias, D.M., Ungerer, M.C., Linder, C.R. and Sinervo, B.  1996.  The effects of mating on introgression between chromosomally divergent sunflower species. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 93: 633-644.

25) Rieseberg, L.H., Sinervo, B., Linder, C.R., Ungerer, M.C. and Arias, D.M. 1996. Role of gene interactions in hybrid speciation: Evidence from ancient and experimental hybrids. Science 272: 741-745.

24) Sinervo, B. and Lively, C.M.  1996.  The rock-scissors-paper game and the evolution of alternative male strategies.  Nature 340: 240-246.

23) Sinervo, B. and Doughty, P.  1996.  Interactive effects of offspring size and timing of reproduction on offspring reproduction: Experimental, maternal, and quantitative genetic aspects.  Evolution 50: 1314-1327.

22) Sinervo, B. and DeNardo, D.F. 1996.  Costs of reproduction in the wild: Path analysis of natural selection and experimental tests of causation.  Evolution 50: 1299-1313.

21) Sinervo, B. and Dunlap, K.D.  1995.  Thyroxine affects behavioral thermoregulation but not growth rate among populations of the western fence lizard (Sceloporus occidentalis).  Journal of Comparative Physiological B 164: 509-517.

20) Doughty, P. and Sinervo, B.  1994.  The effects of habitat, time of hatching, and body size on dispersal in Uta stansburiana.  Journal of Herpetology 28: 485-490.

19) Sinervo, B., and Adolph, S.C.  1994.  Growth plasticity and thermal opportunity in Sceloporus lizards.  Ecology 75: 776-790.

18) DeNardo, D.F. and Sinervo, B.  1994a.  Effects of steroid hormone interaction on activity and home-range of male lizards.  Hormones and Behavior 28: 273-287.

17) DeNardo, D.F. and Sinervo, B.  1994b.  Effects of corticosterone on activity and territory size of free-ranging male lizards.  Hormones and Behavior 28: 53-65.

16) Doughty, P., Sinervo, B. and Burghardt, G.M.  1994.  Sex-biased dispersal in a polygynous lizard, Uta stansburiana.  Animal Behavior 47: 227-229.

15) Sinervo, B.  1993.  The effect of offspring size on physiology and life history: manipulation of size using allometric engineering.  Bioscience 43:210-218.

14) Sinervo, B., Doughty, P., Huey, R.B. and Zamudio, K.  1992.  Allometric engineering: A causal analysis of natural selection on offspring size.  Science 258: 1927-1930.

13) Sinervo, B. and Licht, P.  1991b.  Proximate constraints on the evolution of egg size, egg number and total clutch mass in lizards.  Science 252: 1300-1302.

12) Sinervo, B. and Licht, P.  1991a.  The physiological and hormonal control of clutch size, egg size and egg shape in Uta stansburiana: Constraints on the evolution of lizard life histories.  Journal of Experimental Zoology 257: 252-264.

11) Sinervo, B. and Losos, J.B.  1991.  Walking the tight rope: a comparison of arboreal sprint performance among populations of Sceloporus occidentalis.  Ecology 72: 1225-1237.

10) Sinervo, B., Hedges, R. and Adolph, S.C.  1991.  Decreased sprint speed as a cost of reproduction in the lizard Sceloporus occidentalis: variation among populations.  Journal of Experimental Biology 155: 323-336.

9) Sinervo, B. and Doyle, R.W.  1990.  Life-history analysis in “physiological” compared with “sidereal” time: an example with an amphipod in a varying environment.  Marine Biology 107: 129-139.

8) Sinervo, B. and Huey, R.B.  1990.  Allometric engineering: testing the causes of interpopulation differences in performance.  Science 248: 1106-1109.

7) Sinervo, B.  1990b.  The evolution of thermal physiology and growth rate between populations of the western fence lizard (Sceloprus occidentalis).  Oecologia 83: 228-237.

6) Sinervo, B.  1990a.  The evolution of maternal investment in lizards: an experimental and comparative analysis of egg size and its effects on offspring performance.  Evolution 44: 279-294.

5) Losos, J.B. and Sinervo, B.  1989.  The effect of morphology and perch size on sprint performance in Anolis lizards.  Journal of Experimental Biology 145: 23-30.

4) Boring, L.F., Sinervo, B. and Schubiger, G.  1989.  Experimental phenocopy of a Minute maternal-effect mutation alters blastoderm determination in embryos of Drosophila melanogaster.  Developmental Biology 132: 343-354.

3) Sinervo, B. and Adolph, S.C.  1989.  The thermal sensitivity of growth in hatchling Sceloporus lizards: environmental, behavioral and genetic aspects.  Oecologia 78: 411-419.

2) Sinervo, B.  1989.  The evolution of growth rate in Sceloporus lizards: environmental, behavioral, maternal, and genetic aspects.  Dissertation, University of Washington, WA.

1) Sinervo, B. and McEdward, L.R.  1988.  Developmental consequences of an evolutionary change in egg size: an experimental test.  Evolution 42: 885-899.

Books in preparation

1)    Sinervo, B. Behavioral Ecology: Genetics and Culture.  Text book with companion CD-ROM. Chapters 1-20 completed (proofing phase), CD-ROM scripting routines complete. (in prep.) online pdfs:

2)    Friedman, D. and Sinervo, B. Evolutionary games in Natural, Virtual and Social Worlds, in prep, Manuscript due in January 2014

Books

Co-Editor of book:

1) Adaptive Genetic Variation in the Wild. T.A. Mousseau, B. Sinervo, and J.A. Endler, eds. 2000.  Oxford University Press, New York. 265 pages

Book Chapters or Book Sections (all peer-reviewed)

 

16) Lancaster, L. T. and B. Sinervo. 2010. Epistatic Social and Endocrine Networks and the Evolution of Life History Trade-offs and Plasticity, In T. Flatt and A. Heyland, Life history trade-offs: A molecular perspective. Oxford Univ. Press. in A. Heyland, and T. Flatt, eds. Molecular mechanisms of Life History Evolution. Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK.

15) Sinervo, B. and D. B. Miles. 2010. Hormones and behavior of reptiles. In R. Nelson and K. Lopez (ed) Hormones and Behavior of Vertebrates. Academic Press.

14) Clobert, J. and Sinervo B. 2010. Co-Editors of a textbook section on Phenotypic Plasticity, with contributed sections by A. Chaine (Introduction), B. Ernande (Theory), E. Danchin (Information), B. Sinervo and J. Clobert (Development, Evolution, and Genetics of Plasticity). Biology textbook, in prep.

13) Sinervo, B., and Calsbeek, R. 2010. Behavioral concepts of selection: experiments and genetic causes of selection on the sexes. In Evolutionary Behavioral Ecology. D. Westneat, and C. Fox (eds). Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK.

12) Sinervo, B., and Clobert, J. 2008. Life history strategies, multidimensional trade-offs and behavioural syndromes. (in press) In Behavioral Ecology: An Evolutionary Perspective on Behaviour (E. Danchin, L.-A. Giraldeau, and F. Cézilly (eds). Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK. 

11) Calsbeek, R. and Sinervo, B. 2008. Alternative reproductive tactics in reptiles. In Alternative reproductive tactics. Edited by J. Brockmann, L. Oliveira, M. Taborsky (in press).

10) Sinervo, B. and Svensson, E. I., 2003. The origin of novel phenotypes: correlational selection, epistasis and speciation, In: Fins into Limbs, B. K. Hall, eds. University of Chicago Press, Chicago.

9) Galis, F. and Sinervo, B. 2003. Conserved early embryonic stages. In: Keywords and Concepts in Evolutionary Developmental Biology. Brian K. Hall and Wendy M. Olson (eds.). Harvard University Press, Cambridge M.A.

8) Zamudio K.R. and Sinervo, B.  2003. Ecological and social contexts for the evolution of alternative mating strategies.  In:  Territoriality, Dominance, and Sexual Selection:  Adaptive Variation in Social Behavior among Individuals, Populations, and Species of Lizards.  S.F. Fox, T.A. Baird, and J.K. McCoy, eds.  Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, MD.

7) Sinervo, B. 2001. Selection in local neighborhoods, graininess of social environments, and the ecology of alternative strategies, in L. Dugatkin (ed.) Model Systems in Behavioral Ecology. Princeston, NJ: Princeston University Press.

6) Sinervo, B. 2000. Adaptation, natural selection, and optimal life history allocation. In: Adaptive Genetic Variation in the Wild.  T.A. Mousseau, B. Sinervo and J.A. Endler, eds. Oxford University Press, New York. pp. 41-64.

5) Sinervo, B.  1997.  Adaptive maternal effects in lizards.  In: Adaptive Maternal Effects.  T. Mousseau and C. Fox, eds.  Oxford University Press, Oxford, England.  pp. 288-306.

4) Sinervo, B. and Basolo, A.L.  1996.  Testing adaptation using phenotypic manipulations.  In: Adaptation. M.R. Rose and G. Lauder, eds. Academic Press, New York.  pp. 148-185.

3) Sinervo, B.  1994a.  Experimental tests of allocation paradigms.  In: Lizard Ecology III, E.R. Pianka and L.J. Vitt, eds.  Princeton University Press, Princeton, NJ. 73-93.

2) Sinervo, B.  1994b.  Experimental manipulations of clutch and egg size of lizards: mechanistic, evolutionary, and conservation aspects.  In: Captive Management and Husbandry of Reptiles and Amphibians.  J.B. Murphy, K. Adler and T.C. Collins, eds. SSAR, Cornell, NY. 183-193.

1) Sinervo, B.  1991.  Experimental and comparative analyses of egg size of lizards.  In: Proc. IVth International Congress of Systematic and Evolutionary Biology. E. Dudley, ed. Dioscorides Press, Portland, OR. pp. 725-734.

Book Reviews

4) Sinervo, B. 2005. The genesis and maintenance of phenotypic plasticity, Review of the Book: Phenotypic Plasticity: Functional and Conceptual Approaches by T. J. DeWitt and S. Scheiner Bioscience. 55:704-706.

3) Sinervo, B. 1995.  Review of Ecological Morphology: Integrative Organismal Biology, by P.C. Wainwright and S.M. Reilly.  Trends in Ecology and Evolution.

2) Sinervo, B.  1995.  Review of The Evolution of Life Histories: Theory and Analysis, by D.A. Roff.  Animal Behavior.

1) Sinervo, B.  1992.  Comparative oology review of Egg Incubation: Its Effects of Embryonic Development I Birds and Reptiles, by D.C. Deeming and M.W.J. Ferguson.  Science.

Other Publications from Sinervo’s Laboratory:

6) Corrigan, G. and A. Corl. Submitted. Phylogeography of the blunt-nosed leopard lizard. Mol. Ecol. Submitted.

5) Kuchta, S. R., Parks, D., Schnieder, C., Mueller, R., and Wake, D. B. Submitted. Biogeography of the salamander ring species Ensatina eschscholtzii: isolation, differentiation, and secondary contact within an old evolutionary lineage. Journal of Biogeography.

4) Kuchta, S. R. and Tan, A. M. Submitted. Lack of phylogeographic structure in the Red-bellied newt.

3) Kuchta, S. R. and Tan, A. M. 2007. Lineage diversification on an evolving landscape: Phylogeography of the California Newt, Taricha torosa (Caudata: Salamandridae). Biol. J. Linn. Soc. In press.

2) Kuchta, S. R. 2005. Experimental support for aposematic coloration in the salamander Ensatina eschscholtzii xanthoptica: implications for mimicry of Pacific Newts. Copeia 2005: 265-271.

1) Kuchta, S. R. and Tan, A. M. 2005. Isolation by distance and post-glacial range expansion in the rough-skinned newt, Taricha granulosa. Mol. Ecol. 14: 225-244.

 

UNIVERSITY SERVICE

 

Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology

 

2009-               Organizing PI behind an Institute for the Biotic Effects of Climate (IBEC), linking Universities and Research Facilities across the US, Europe, Central and South America (currently a network of 110 Scientists) including several initiatives integrating EEB faculty with other Universities and Research Institutes

1)    REU Sites Grant Director co Director with L. Fox (pending final approval of grant by NSF) includes Bay Area linkages with Point Reyes Bird Observatory, California Academy of Sciences, ENVS faculty UCSC and Elkorn Slough

2)    Discussions of MRPI involving EEB, UCSC and UC Berkeley, UC Riverside, UC Merced, and UC Santa Barbara

2011-2012       Redrafting MOU with California Academy of Sciences

2006-2007       Space Committee EEB, EMS Building

2006-2007       Search Committee for Quantitative Ecologist

2005                EEB Seminar Series (Winter)

2002-2003       Chair, Curriculum Committee EEB

2000-2002       Curriculum Committee, Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology

2000-2003       Web Site redesign for Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology

2000                co-organizer (w/ B. Lyon), Seminar series in Evolution and Ecology

 

Department of Biology

 

2006                Search Committee for Ecologist

2001                Chair, Search Committee for Evolutionary Biologist

1999-2000       Chair, Search Committee for Marine Mammology/Sea Bird Biology

1999-2000       co-Editor and Steering Committee (w/ M. Carr, L. Fox, T. Williams), ICE initiate on Integrative Coastal Ecology, Department of Evolution and Ecology

1998-1999       Search Committee, Evolutionary Biology, Department of Biology

1997-1998       Advisory committee on the Program in Conservation Biology

1997-1998       Search Committee, Neurobiology, Department of Biology

 

Division of Natural Sciences

 

2001-2003       Divisional CAP

 

Campus

 

2007                Adhoc committee member CAP

2006                Member, Committee on Digital Arts and New Media Advisory Council

2005                Submitted an objection to the LRDP, 2005 (and companion supporting report submitted to California Department of Fish and Game)

2002                Adhoc committee member CAP

2001                Adhoc committee member CAP

2000                Adhoc committee member CAP

1997-1999       Member, Committee on Digital Arts and New Media Advisory Council

 

SERVICE AT UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, INTERCAMPUS

 

2013                Organizing PI behind a proposed Institute for the Biotic Effects of Climate, UCOP

2006-2011       Advisory Board, Network of Experimental Research in Evolution (NERE), UC-wide research group

2006-2011       Associate Director, NERE, UCSC Campus

1997-1998       Member, Organizing Committee, Digital Arts Curriculum in the UC, Office of the President, University of California.

 

UNIVERSITY SERVICE AT INDIANA UNIVERSITY

 

1993-1998       Core Faculty, Center for the Integrative Study of Animal Behavior (CISAB)

Research Training Grant, Indiana University, participated in the successful renewal of Training Grant submitted to NSF for the CISAB, Indiana University

1995-1996       Steering Committee, Center for the Integrative Study of Animal Behavior (CISAB), Research Training Grant, Indiana University

1995                Curriculum and Courses Committee

1995                Seminar Organizer, Department of Evolution, Ecology and Behavior

 

PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES

 

Consultative or Other Services to Civic, State or National Government Agencies

 

2004-2011       Research Project, Ice plant invasion and eradication strategies, Channel Islands National Park, Anacapa Island, US National Park Service

2006                Report on the Cave Salamanders of UCSC Campus, submitted to the California Department of Fish and Game

1999-2003       Research Project, Center for Island Conservation and Ecology, Reptile communities on the Channel Islands National Park, Anacapa Island, US Park Service

2000-               Consulting Director, Center for Island Conservation and Ecology

1999-2000       Consultations on the environmental impact of development on hydrological and ecological effects on anuran communities, Ontario

 

Service to the Staff or Editorial Board of Scholarly Journals or Publications

 

Service as an Associate Editor at the following journals:

2009-2010                   Proceedings of the Royal Society, London

2006                            Journal Experimental Zoology

2004-2005                   Guest Editor, Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics

2001-2003                   Ecology Letters

2002-2003                   Ecology

2002-2003                   Evolution

2002-2003                   Journal of Evolutionary Biology

 

Reviewer: NSF, Evolution, Ecology, Oecologia, American Naturalist, Herpetologica, Journal of Herpetology, Copeia Canadian Journal of Zoology, Hormones and Behavior, Nature, Science, Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, NSERC, J. Physiol., Proc. Linn. Soc., and Molecular Ecology.

 

NSF Animal Behavior Panel, October 2004

IGRC, NSF Panel member, May 2002

NSF Animal Behavior Panel reviewing Dissertation Improvement Grants, February 1997

 

Organizer and Presenter in Scientific Workshops and Education programs

http: bio.research.ucsc.edu/~barrylab/classes/climate_change/ClimateChange.htm (see for the website of Powerpoint Presentations and reading material co-written by B. Sinervo, R. B. Huey, D. B. Miles and J. Rohr).

 

2013    Physiological Approaches to Climate Change Analyses in Reptiles and Amphibians Canberra, Australia (enrolment underway), hosted by Scott Keogh

2013    REU sites program, co-organizer of Lectures with L. Fox (8 US students enrolled + 1 Brazilian student funded by the Science Without Borders Program, Brazil)

2013    Physiological Approaches to Climate Change Analyses in Vertebrates, Bariloche, Argentina (20 Students), hosted by N. R. Ibargüengoyatía

2013    Physiological Approaches to Climate Change Analyses in Reptiles and Amphibians Puerto Madryn, Argentina (20 Students), hosted by M. Morando

2012    Physiological Approaches to Climate Change Analyses in Reptiles and Amphibians, Sao Paulo, Brazil (18 Students), hosted by C. Navas

2012    Physiological Approaches to Climate Change Analyses in Reptiles and Amphibians, Bariloche, Argentina  (15 students), hosted by N. R. Ibargüengoyatía

2012    Evolutionary Game Theory, Sao Paulo, Brazil (20 students), hosted by P. Guimarčes

 

Participation in Broadcasts Public Lectures, and Forums

 

2013    Climate forced extinctions in Vertebrates, Public Lecture in Puerto Madryn, Argentina (translated by M. Morando)

2012    Discovery Museum Public Lecture, San Francisco “Rock-paper-scissors night at the Museum”

2011    NBC Universal developed a teaching module on our climate change research: http://www.nbclearn.com/climate/cuecard/54576

2010    with the publication of Sinervo et al. (2010), Science the following radio interviews were given:

Web video Science magazine of the international press conference, Madrid Spain,

PODCAST NPR http://www.npr.org/templates/rundowns/rundown.php?prgId=2

PODCAST Germany: http://www.dradio.de/dlf/sendungen/forschak/1183459/

PODCAST: BBC http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/p007hxyl/Science_In_Action_14_05_2010/

Quirks & Quarks: http://www.cbc.ca/quirks/archives/09-10/qq-2010-05-15.html#1
Science Friday pod-cast: http://www.npr.org/rss/podcast.php?id=510221

National Geographic Radio: http://www.nationalgeographic.com/radio/episodes/episode-408.html

Robert Pollie: http://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-7th-avenue-project/id302407665

article: http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/2010/may/13/lizards-mexico-extinction-climate-change

and 100s of others not listed here (over 400 web articles were posted, and hundreds of newspaper articles)

2007    PBS series, Nature, series on Sexual Selection (total participation time 4 weeks)

2006    Consultation on BBC Natural History Unit: filming of Life in cold blood with Sir David Attenborough, and appearance on a special segment on the making of Life in Cold Blood (total participation time: 4 weeks)

2005    Natural History Museum, Santa Cruz, CA (with Mitchell Mulks)

2005    Consultation and Appearance on Discovery Channel production: Dr. Tatiana’s advice to the animals of creation (total participation time: 1 week)

2004    Consultation on BBC radio program, Natural History and Animal Behavior, Aubrey Manning, interview given by Barry Sinervo (total participation time: 2 days)

2004    Natural History Museum, Santa Cruz, CA

2003    Natural History Museum, Santa Cruz, CA

2002    Natural History Museum, Oakland, CA

2000    Cosmos Lecturer, Instruction in Science and Math for High School Students, University of California, Santa Cruz

2001    Cosmos Lecturer, Instruction in Science and Math for High School Students, University of California, Santa Cruz

2000    Natural History Museum, Santa Cruz, CA

2000    Southwestern Society of Herpetologists, Los Angeles, CA

2000    Speaker, ACE program, University of California, Santa Cruz

2000    Keynote speaker, Recruitment Seminar for High School Students, March 2000, UC Santa Cruz

2000    Speaker, Los Gatos High School, Science Students, Recruitment Seminar

1998    Consultation for NZBC Natural History Film on Animal Behavior, segment on the mating system of side-blotched lizards (total participation time: 2 weeks)

1997    Consultation for BBC, Natural History Unit, Film on "the Battle of the Sexes," segment on the mating system of side-blotched lizards (total participation time: 3 weeks)

1996    Rock-paper-scissors mating system highlighted on the radio program Quirks and Quarks, CBC radio (interview given by Barry Sinervo) (total participation time: 1 day)

1991    Consultation for NBC, Today Show, segment on allometric engineering and Sinervo, and appearance on the Today Show segment (by Bob Bazell) (total participation time: 3 days)

 

Invited Plenary and Keynote lectures (14), Seminars and Symposia

 

2014   

Š       Invited Plenary Speaker, Australian Society of  Herpetology, Canberra, Australia, “Climate Change Extinctions during the last 50 million years and into the future”

2013   

Š       Invited Plenary Speaker, Argentinian Herpetological Society, Puerto Madryn, Argentina, “Climate Change Extinctions during the last 50 million years and into the future”

Š       Invited Seminar, Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, B. C.

Š       Invited Seminar, California Academy of Sciences, San Francisco, CA

Š       Invited Speaker, Graduate Symposium, Washington State University, Pullman, WA

Š       Invited Seminar, University of Montpellier, Montpellier, France

2012   

Š       Invited Symposium Speaker (co-presenter with R. B. Huey) World Congress of Herpetology, Vancouver, Canada, “Climate Change Extinctions in Lizards”

Š       Invited Symposium Speaker, World Congress of Herpetology, Vancouver, Canada, “Speciation in Lizards”

Š       Invited Seminar, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT

Š       Invited Speaker, Climate Change Course for Graduate Students, UNAM, Mexico

Š       Invited Seminar, University of California, Riverside, CA

Š       Invited Seminar, University of California, Merced, CA

Š       Invited Seminar, University of South Florida, Tampa, FL

 

2011   

Š       Plenary Speaker, Herpetological Congress, Bariloche, Argentina

Š       Plenary Speaker, Ecological Congress, Puerto Montt, Chile

Š       Invited Speaker for Course on Evolutionary Biology, Austral University of Chile, Validivia, Chile

Š       Plenary Speaker, Herpetological Congress, Puerto Montt, Chile

2010

Š       College Speaker, Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah

2009

Š       Key Note Speaker, Ottawa-Carleton Biology symposium, Students’ pick of speaker

Š       University of California, San Diego

Š       University of California, Los Angeles

Š       Chosen as the Graduate Students’ Pick for speaker, California State University, North Ridge

2008

Š       University of California, Santa Barbara

Š       Plenary Speaker, Mexican Society of Herpetology, Pachuca, Mexico

Š       Chosen as the Graduate Students’ Pick for speaker, University of Texas, Austin

Š       University of Texas, El Paso

2007

Š       Plenary Speaker, NordForsk meeting on “Environmental and genetic stress, and individual quality”, Arhuus, Denmark

Š       Université Paul Sabatier - Toulouse III (Nov)

Š       Université Paul Sabatier - Toulouse III (Oct)

Š       University of Edinburgh (Nov)

2006

Š       Brigham Young University, Provo Utah

Š       Chosen as the Graduate Students’ Pick for speaker, University of Oregon, Eugene OR

Š       Reed College, Portland OR

2005

Š       Plenary Speaker, International Society for Ethology and Behavior, Budapest, Hungary

Š       Symposium Speaker, International Society of Evolutionary Biology, Krakow Poland

Š       Invited Seminar, Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, Michigan

Š       Chosen as the Graduate Students’ Pick for speaker, The Ohio State University, Columbus OH

Š       Animal Behavior Group, Research Seminar, University of California, Davis

Š       Speaker, Center for Ecology Synthesis, Oslo Norway

2004

Š       Plenary Speaker, International Society of Evolutionary Biology, Jyvaskyla, Finland

2003

Š       Symposium Speaker, Natural Selection on Physiological Traits, organized by R. B. Huey and J. Kingsolver, Toronto meeting of SICB

Š       Symposium Speaker, European Society of Evolutionary Biology, Ahren Denmark

2002

Š       Workshop on Evolutionary Dynamics, Department of Mathematics, University of Turku, Turku, Finland

Š       Keynote Speaker, Benelux Congress of Evolutionary Biology

Š       Chitty Lecture, University of British Columbia

Š       Department of Biology, Stanford University, CA

Š       Department of Biology, University of Oregon, Eugene, OR

2001

Š       Department of Ecology and Evolution, Pierre and Marie Curie University, Paris, France

Š       CNRS, Montpellier, France.

Š       Symposium Speaker, Congress, Society for Evolutionary Biology, Symposium on “Frequency dependent selection and evolution”, title of Seminar, “Frequency dependent selection and the evolution of alternative male and female strategies”

Š       Symposium co-Organizer with T. Williams, American Physiological Society, Symposium Title, “The role of hormones in life history tradeoffs”

Š       Symposium Speaker, American Physiological Society, Symposium on “The role of hormones in life history tradeoffs”, title of Seminar, “Hormones and physiological constraints on the evolution of alternative male and female strategies”

Š       Symposium Speaker, University of Leiden, Symposium on “Evolution and Development,” title of Seminar, “The role of hormones in the development and evolution of alternative male and female strategies”

2000

Š       Conference co-organizer (with G. Pogson), California Population Genetic Meetings, Santa Cruz, CA

Š       Symposium Speaker, University of Groningen, “Evolutionary Ecology of Sex,” title of Seminar, “Games lizards play: rock-paper-scissors game meets the r- and K-strategists.”

Š       Department of Biology, University of South Carolina, SC

Š       Department of Integrative Biology, University of California, Berkeley, CA

1999

Š       Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, British Columbia

Š       University of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta

1998

Š       Symposium Speaker, Groningen, “Advances in Ecology” title of Seminar, “The evolution of alternative male and female strategies”

Š       Netherlands Institute for Terrestrial Ecology, Heteren, Netherlands

Š       Symposium Speaker, Society for Behavioral Neuroendocrinology “Advances in Field behavioral endocrinology” title of Seminar, “The proximate control of alternative male strategies: Lessons from evolutionary game theory.”

1997

Š       Invited Speaker, Winter Animal Behavior Conference, Jackson Hole, WY, “The rock-paper-scissors game and the evolution of alternative male strategies”

Š       Symposium Speaker, American Society of Naturalists Vice President’s Symposium: “Experimental manipulations of phenotype and adaptation,” Boulder Co, title of Seminar, “Experimental manipulations of reproductive allocation”

Š       Symposium Speaker, Symposium on Adaptive Genetic Variation in the Wild, Ecological Soceity of American, Albuquerque, NM, “Heritable variation of reproductive allocation in lizards”

Š       Invited Speaker, Winter Animal Behavior Conference, Jackson Hole, WY, “The rock-paper-scissors game and the evolution of alternative male strategies”

Š       Animal Behavior Research Group, University of California, Davis, CA

Š       Department of Ecology and Evolution, University of Chicago, IL

Š       Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of Nevada, Reno, NV

Š       Department of Biology, Florida State University, Gainsville, FL

1996

Š       Keynote Speaker and Panelist, Revolution VIII, Departmental Symposium, Ecology and Population Biology, Uppsala, Sweden, “The rock-paper-scissors game and  evolution of alternative male strategies”

Š       Keynote Speaker, Midwest Regional Animal Behavior Society, Center for the Integrative Study of Animal Behavior, Bloomington, IN, “Towards a Verhaltenphysiologie: proximate and ultimate aspects of the rock-paper-scissors game of alternative male strategies”

Š       Invited Speaker, Symposium on Individual Behavior and Population Processes, Association for the Study of Animal Behaviro, Norwich, UK  “The rock-paper-scissors game and the evolution of alternative male strategies”

Š       Max-Plank Institute fur Verhaltenphysiologie, Seewiesen, Germany

Š       Department of Zoology, University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom

Š       Department of Zoology, University of Uppsala, Sweden

Š       Department of Biology, University of California, Santa Cruz

1995

Š       Keynote speaker, International Oikos Society, Symposium on Costs of Reproduction and Mating Strategies, Two talks: “The rock-paper-scissors game and the evolution of alternative male strategies” and “Costs of reproduction in the wild: Path analysis of natural selection and experimental tests of causation”

Š       American Society of Zoologist Symposium, The Status of Experimental Ecology, “Causal analysis of natural selection in the wild: merging allometric engineering with studies of life history trade-offs,” St. Louis, Mo.

Š       Department of Environmental and Population Biology, University of Colorado, Boulder, CO,

Š       Department of Biology, Pennsylvania State University, College Park, PA

Š       Department of Biology, Ohio University, Athens, OH

1994

Š       Savannah River Ecology Laboratory, Savannah River, GA

Š       Department of Biology, Indiana-Purdue University at Fort Wayne, IN

Š       Department of Ecology, Ethology and Evolution, Illinois University, Champagne, IL

Š       Department of Zoology, University of Texas, Austin, TX

Š       Department of Biology, Indiana State University, Terre Haute, IN

Š       Department of Biology, Purdue University, West LaFayette, IN

Š       Department of Biology, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI

Š       Department of Biology, University of Texas, Arlington, TX

1993

Š       Department of Biology, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC

Š       Second World Congress of Herpetology, Parental Investment Symposium, “Experimental measurements of selection on maternal investment,” Adelaide, AUS

Š       Lizard Ecology III Symposium, American Society of Ichthyology and Herpetology, “Proximate constraints on lizard life histories: experimental tests of allocation paradigms,” Austin, TX

Š       International Herpetological Symposium, “Experimental manipulations of clutch size and offspring size,” Fort Lauderdale, FL

1992

Š       Department of Biology, University of California, Irvine, CA

Š       Department of Biology, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN

Š       Department of Zoology, Washington State University, Pullman, WA

Š       Department of Biology, University of Oklahoma; Stillwater, OK

Š       Department of Biology, Texas Christian University, Fort Worth, TX

1991

Š       Department of Biology, Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, BC

Š       Symposium in Honor of R. Conant, Society for the Study of Reptiles and Amphibians, title of Seminar “Experimental manipulations of clutch and egg size of lizards; mechanistic, evolutionary, and conservation aspects”

1990

Š       Population Biology Group, University of California, Santa Barbara, CA

Š       Department of Integrative Biology, University of California, Berkeley, CA

Š       Symposium Co-Organizer, Maternal Effects in Evolutionary Biology (with B. Riska), The 4th International Congress of Systematic and Evolutionary Biology, “An Experimental analysis of maternal effects on offspring fitness in lizards,” University of Maryland, College Park, MD

1989

Š       Department of Biology, University of California, Riverside, CA

Š       First World Congress of Herpetology, Roundtable Discussion on Clutch Size/Egg Size

 

Community Service

 

2001-2003       Board Member, Environmental Council, Santa Cruz

2002-2003       Consulting for Nisene2Sea Greenspace Alliance

 

Scientific Expeditions and Field Work

 

2010-2013       Expedition to France, work on the genus Lacerta vivipara on the origins of viviparity and color morphs

Dec 2012         Expedition to Argentina, work on the genus Phymaturus and the genus Liolaemus on the origins of viviparity and color morphs

Sept 2011        Expedition to Argentina, work on the genus Phymaturus and the genus Liolaemus on the origins of viviparity and color morphs

Nov 2011        Expedition to Chile/Argentina, work on the genus Phymaturus and the genus Liolaemus on the origins of viviparity and color morphs

Dec 2011         Expedition to Chile/Argentina, work on the genus Phymaturus and the genus Liolaemus on the origins of viviparity and color morphs

2010                Expedition to Argentina, work on the genus Phymaturus and the genus Liolaemus on the origins of viviparity and color morphs

2010                expedition to France/Spain, work on the genus Iberolacerta and the genus Lacerta on the origins of viviparity and color morphs

2009                2 expeditions to Mexico: States of Coahuila, Mexico, Hidalgo, D.F., Sceloporus spp. on the origins of viviparity and color morphs

2008                3 expeditions to Mexico: States of Coahuila, Mexico, Hidalgo, D.F., Yucatan, Sceloporus spp.

2003-2009       Massif Central and Pyrenees, France, field research on the common lizard, Lacerta vivipara, with Jean Clobert (CNRS Paris) and Benoit Huelin (CNRS Paimpont) (May-July) on the origins of viviparity and color morphs

2002 (9/2002) Milos Island, Greece, field on Podarcis milensis with C. Adamopoulou

2002 (6-8/2002)          Pyrenees, Massif Central France, Italian Alps, Belgium, Germany, Finland, field work on the common lizard, Lacerta vivipara, with Jean Clobert (CNRS Paris) and Benoit Huelin (CNRS Paimpont) on the origins of viviparity and color morphs

2001 (7-9/2001)          Massif Central France, fieldwork on the common lizard with Jean Clobert (CNRS Paris)

2000 (7/2000) Sea of Cortez, Mexico (Shipboard Naturalist), work on Phrynosomatidae

1989-2010       Field Research (California), work on Uta stansburiana

1984-1989       Field Research (Oregon, California), work on Sceloporus occidentalis, S. graciosus and Uta stansburiana

 

TEACHING

Fall 2011-Winter 2012: Sabbatical

                                                                                                                     Enrolled/% Taught

 

2012

 

Spring      Bio 114,        Herpetology                                                                 31         100%

2011

 

Winter     Bio   147      Behavioral Ecology Field Course                                 24         100%

                ECON, CMPS, EEB 166B Game Theory lectures                              8           50%

 

2010

 

Fall          Bio   141      Behavioral Ecology                                                   152         100%

                ECON, CMPS, EEB 166B  Game Theory lectures                           35           50%

                Bio 295/281V Behavioral Ecology Seminar                                       7         100%

 

2009-2010

 

Fall          Bio   141      Behavioral Ecology                                                   140         100%

                        281V    Behavioral Ecology Seminar                                         4         100%

                ECON, CMPS, EEB 166A  Game Theory lectures                           45           50%

                ECON, CMPS, EEB 277A  Game Theory lectures                             9           50%

                Bio   183F    Undergraduate Research                                              10         100%

                        281V    Behavioral Ecology Seminar                                         4         100%

                        145L    Behavioral Ecology Field Course                                 26           50%

 

2008-2009

 

Fall          Bio   141      Behavioral Ecology                                                   131         100%

                        195      Independent Study                                                         1         100%

                        199      Independent Study                                                         1         100%

                        281V    Behavioral Ecology Seminar                                         5         100%

                        297      Independent Studies                                                       2         100%  

                        299      Thesis Research                                                            4         100%              

                ECON, CMPS, EEB 166A  Game Theory lectures                          45           33%

Winter     Bio   147      Behavioral Ecology Field Course                                 24           50%

                        281V    Behavioral Ecology Seminar                                         5         100%

Spring      Bio   143      Herpetology                                                                25         100%

                        143L    Herpetology Lab                                                         25         100%

                        195      Independent Study                                                         2         100%

                        199      Independent Study                                                         1         100%

                        281V    Behavioral Ecology Seminar                                         5         100%

                        297      Independent Studies                                                       2         100%  

                        299      Thesis Research                                                            4         100%              

 

Fall 2007-Winter 2008: Sabbatical

 

2005-2006

 

Fall          Bio   140      Behavioral Ecology                                                   109         100%

                        195      Independent Study                                                         1         100%

                        199      Independent Study                                                         1         100%

                        281V    Behavioral Ecology Seminar                                         5         100%

                        297      Independent Studies                                                       2         100%  

                        299      Thesis Research                                                            4         100%                          

                ECON, CMPS and Bio 277: Game Theory                                      45           33%

 

Winter     Bio   281V    Behavioral Ecology Seminar                                         5         100%

                        297      Independent Studies                                                       2         100%  

                        299      Thesis Research                                                            4         100%

            DANM 218      Digital video game design                                            14         100%

                       

Spring      Bio   199      Independent Study                                                         6         100%

                        281V    Behavioral Ecology Seminar                                         5         100%

                        297      Independent Studies                                                       2         100%  

                        299      Thesis Research                                                            4         100%

 

2004-2005

 

Fall          Bio   140      Behavioral Ecology                                                   105         100%

                        195      Independent Study                                                         1         100%

                        199      Independent Study                                                         5         100%

                        281V    Behavioral Ecology Seminar                                         4         100%

                        297      Independent Studies                                                       2         100%  

                        299      Thesis Research                                                            2         100%  

 

Winter     Bio   20C      Ecology and Evolution                                              216           50%

                        107      Population Genetics                                                    14           50%

                        107L    Population Genetics                                                    14           50%

207      Population Genetics                                                      6           50%

207L    Population Genetics                                                      5           50%

                        145L    Behavioral Ecology Field Course                                 16           50%

                        195      Independent Studies                                                       4         100%  

                        199      Independent Studies                                                       4         100%

                        281V    Behavioral Ecology Seminar                                         4         100%

                        297      Independent Studies                                                       2         100%  

                        299      Thesis Research                                                            2         100%

                ECON, CMPS, Bio 166B  Game Theory lectures                            45           33%

 

Spring      Bio   195      Independent Studies                                                       3         100%  

                        199      Independent Studies                                                       9         100%

                        281V    Behavioral Ecology Seminar                                         4         100%

                        297      Independent Studies                                                       2         100%  

                        299      Thesis Research                                                            2         100%

 

2003-2004

 

Fall          Bio   140      Behavioral Ecology                                                     79         100%                                                   195                  Thesis Research                        2 100%

                        199      Tutorial                                                                                          3   100%              

                        281V    Behavioral Ecology                                                       4         100%                                                   297                  Independent Studies                        2 100%

                        299      Thesis Research                                                                       2         100%  

 

Winter     Bio   195      Thesis Research                                                            4         100%

                        199      Tutorial                                                                                          8   100%

                        143      Herpetology                                                                18         100%

                        143L    Herpetology Lab                                                         16         100%

                        281V    Behavioral Ecology                                                       4         100%                                                   297                  Independent Studies                        2 100%

                        299      Thesis Research                                                                       2         100%  

                       

Spring      Bio   195      Thesis Research                                                            4         100%

                        199      Tutorial                                                                                        14   100%              

                        281V    Behavioral Ecology                                                       4         100%                                                   297                  Independent Studies                        2 100%

                        299      Thesis Research                                                                       2         100%  

 

2002-2003

 

Fall          Bio   199      Tutorial                                                                                          1   100%                                                   281V                Behavioral Ecology           4 100%                                                                                  297                     Independent Studies                  5          100%                                                                        

Winter     Bio   140      Behavioral Ecology                                                     72         100%

                        140L    Behavioral Ecology Lab                                              20           50%

                        281V    Behavioral Ecology                                                       4         100%                                                   297                  Independent Studies                        4 100%

                        299      Thesis Research                                                            1         100%                                      

Spring      Bio   195      Thesis Research                                                            1         100%                                                   199                  Tutorial                                   10 100%          

                        281V    Behavioral Ecology                                                       3         100%                          

                        297      Independent Studies                                                       7         100%  

                        299      Thesis Research                                                            3         100%  

 

2001-2002

 

Fall          Bio       140           Behavioral Ecology                                           75         100%

                            199           Tutorial                                                               1         100%

                          281V           Behavioral Ecology                                             3         100%

                            297           Independent Study                                               3         100%

                            299           Thesis Research                                                   1         100%

 

Winter     Bio    143/L           Herpetology/ Lab                                              12         50%

                     174/274           CSE 272 / ECON 272                                        25         33%

                            199           Tutorial                                                               1         100%

                          199F           Tutorial                                                               1         100%

                          281V           Behavioral Ecology                                             4         100%

                            297           Independent Study                                               3         100%

                            299           Thesis Research                                                   1         100%

 

Spring      Bio       198           Field Study                                                           1         100%

                            199           Tutorial                                                               3         100%

                          281V           Behavioral Ecology                                             2         100%

                            297           Independent Study                                               2         100%

                            299           Thesis Research                                                   2         100%

 

2000-2001

 

Fall          Bio       20C           Ecology & Evolution                                      123         50%

                            21C           Accelerated Ecology & Evolution                     10         50%

                            140           Behavioral Ecology                                         125         100%

                            198           Field Study                                                           2         100%

                            199           Tutorial                                                               4         100%

                          281V           Behavioral Ecology                                             4         100%

                            297           Independent Study                                               3         100%

                            299           Thesis Research                                                   6         100%

                            301           Supervised Teaching Experience                          3         100%

 

Winter     Bio    140/L           Behavioral Ecology Lab                                    18         50%

                            199           Tutorial                                                               2         100%

                          281V           Behavioral Ecology                                             2         100%

                            297           Independent Study                                               2         100%

                            299           Thesis Research                                                   5         100%

                            301           Supervised Teaching Experience                          1         50%

 

Spring      Bio       198           Field Study                                                           3        100%

                            199           Tutorial                                                               1        100%

                          281V           Behavioral Ecology                                             2        100%

                            297           Independent Study                                               2        100%

                            299           Thesis Research                                                   3        100%

 

1999-2000

 

Fall          Bio       140           Behavioral Ecology                                           92        100%

                            199           Tutorial                                                               1        100%

                          281V           Behavioral Ecology                                             3        100%

                            297           Independent Study                                               5        100%

                            301           Supervised Teaching Experience                          3        100%

 

Winter     Bio    143/L           Herpetological Research                                    12        100%

                            193           Field Study                                                           1        100%

                            199           Tutorial                                                               1        100%

                            294           Ecol/Evol Seminar                                             38        50%

                          281V           Behavioral Ecology                                             3        100%

                            297           Independent Study                                               1        100%

                            301           Supervised Teaching Experience                          1        100%

 

Spring      Bio       195           Thesis Research                                                   1        100%

                            198           Field Study                                                           1        100%

                          281V           Behavioral Ecology                                             1        100%

                            297           Independent Study                                               3        100%

 

1998-1999

 

Fall          Bio       20C           Ecology and Evolution                                      69        50%

                            140           Behavioral Ecology                                           86        100%

                            199           Tutorial                                                               1        100%

                          281V           Behavioral Ecology                                             3        100%

                            297           Independent Study                                               4        100%

                            301           Supervised Teaching Experience                          3        100%

 

Winter     Bio       193           Field Study                                                           2        100%

                          281V           Behavioral Ecology                                             2        100%

                            297           Independent Study                                               1        100%

 

Spring      Bio       193           Field Study                                                           1        100%

                          281V           Behavioral Ecology                                             2        100%

                            297           Independent Study                                               4        100%

 

1997-98

 

Fall          Bio       140           Behavioral Ecology                                           87        100%

                            195           Senior Thesis Research                                        1        100%

                            199           Tutorial                                                               1        100%

                          250A           Advanced Organismal Biology                           29        33%

                            297           Independent Study                                               4        100%

                            301           Supervised Teaching Experience                          3        100%

 

Winter     Bio       195           Senior Thesis Research                                        2        100%

                            199           Tutorial                                                               1        100%

                            297           Independent Study                                               2        100%

 

Spring      Bio       195           Senior Thesis Research                                        2        100%

                            198           Independent Field Study                                       3        100%

                            297           Independent Study                                               6        100%

                                   

1996-97

 

Spring      Bio       170           Animal Behavior                                             138        100%

                            301           Supervised Teaching Experience                          4        100%

                                     

Teaching at Indiana University

 

1993-1996           S318: Honors Evolutionary Biology

1994                     Z620: Graduate Population Genetics

1995                     Z620: Graduate Seminar on Physiological Ecology with M. Watson

1994                     Z620: Graduate Population Genetics

 

Service on Foreign Graduate Committees and Sponsorship of Foreign Student and Postdoctoral Study

 

2012 Octavio Jimenez Robles, Visiting Student, from Ignacio de La Riva’s Lab, MNCN Madrid Spain

2011 Vanderlaine Menenzes, U. de Rio de Janeiro, Visiting Postdoc, from C. D. F. Rocha’s Lab

2011 Service on Jimena Fernandez’s PhD Committee, N. Ibargüengoytia’s Lab, University of Comahue, Bariloche, Argentina

2011 Erika Kubisch, University of Comahue, Bariloche, Argentina

2009 Marianne Gabirot, PhD student from José Martín’s Laboratory, Madrid, France

2008 Service on Virginie Lepetz’s PhD Committee, J. Clobert’s Laboratory, CNRS, Paris, France

2007 Service on Elodie Vercken’s PhD Committee, J. Clobert’s Laboratory, CNRS, Paris, France

2006 Sponsor the studies of graduate students from J. Clobert’s Laboratory, CNRS, Moulis, France that visited in the Sinervo Lab at UCSC (S. Chamille)

2003, 2004 Sponsor of the studies of graduate students from J. Clobert’s Laboratory, CNRS, Paris, France that visited in the Sinervo Lab at UCSC

2003 Sponsored the studies of B. Ortiz, graduate student from E. Svensson’s Laboratory, Univ. of Lund, Sweden

2002 Opponent for T. Oksanen, PhD Defense, Jyvaskyla University, Jyvaskyla Finland

2002 Sponsor the studies of C. Chamille and Helene Imbert from Jean Clobert’s Laboratory, CNRS, Paris, France

2001 Reader for Ted Rohr’s Thesis, University of Sydney, Sydney Australia

 

Thirteen Graduate Students

 

Student                         Department     Degree Program           Years                Co-Sponsor

 

Carla Sette                   EEB                    Ph.D.                        2013-

Josephy Stewart           EEB                    Ph.D.                        2013-

Pauline Blaimont         EEB                    Ph.D.                        2013-

Ashley Rogers              EEB                    Ph.D.                        2008-

Beth Baastians             EEB                    Ph.D.                        2006-

Mitchell Mulks             EEB                    Ph.D.                        2005-

Christy Hipsley                                       EEB                          Ph.D.   2005-2012

Alison, Davis               Biology               Ph.D.                        2002-2009

Lesley Lancaster          Biology               Ph.D.                        2002-2008

Ammon Corl                Biology               Ph.D.                        2001-2007

Brooke Weaver                                       Biology                     Ph.D.   2000-2007

Gwynne Corrigan         Biology               M.Sc.                        1999-2003

Ryan Calsbeek              Biology               Ph.D.                        1997-2001

Tosha Comendant        Biology               Ph.D.                        1997-2002

Anthony Frankino       Biology               PhD.                         1994-1999      Dr. C. Lively (Indiana Univ.)

Yoni Brandt                 Biology               PhD.                         1995-1999      Dr. E. D. Brodie III, (Indiana Univ.)

 

Qualifying Exam Committees

Dai Shizuka

Ammon Corl

Alison Davis

Antonia D’Amore

Elise Ferree

Alexis Chaine

Lesley Lancaster

Amy Ritter, Chair

Yuri Springer

Brian Ort

Shawn Noren

Sherwood Peckham

 

Comp Exams

Dai Shizuka, Chair

Ammon Corl

Alison Davis

Antonia D’Amore

Elise Ferree

Alexis Chaine

Lesley Lancaster

Amy Ritter, Chair

Yuri Springer

Brian Ort

Shawn Noren

Sherwood Peckham

 

Proposal Exams

Alexis Chaine, Chair

Elise Ferree

Dai Shizuka, Chair

Brooke Weaver

Ammon Corl

Ryan Calsbeek

Tosha Comendant

Dan Templin

 

Thesis Committees

Jeff Barna

Ammon Corl

Alexis Chaine

Ryan Calsbeek

Gwynne Corrigan (M.A.)

Tosha Comendant

Michelle Wainstein

Josh Elliot (M.A.)

 

Fourteen Post-Doctoral Fellows

 

Fellow                          Department                 Year                 Co-Sponsor

 

Ammon Corl                EEB                             2013-2014

Victor Luja (UCMexus)            EEB                             2012-2013

Norberto Martínez       EEB                             2011-2012

Dhanarashree Paranjpe            EEB                             2006-present

Andrew MacAdam        EEB                             2003-2005

Shawn Kuchta              EEB                             2003-2007

Suzie Mills                    EEB                             2003-2006       Dr. Tapio Mappes

Lisa Hazard                  EEB                             2001-2004

Colin Bleay                  Biology            Ph.D.               2000-2002       Dr. A. Houston

Tapio Mappes              Biology                                    2000-2003

Christiaan Both                        Biology                                    1999

Chloe Adamopoulou     Biology                                    1999-2000

Erik Svensson              Biology                                    1997-2003

Kelly Zamudio             Biology, UC Berkeley  1997-1998       Dr. D.B. Wake

Richard R. Repasky      Biology, Indiana Univ. 1993-1998