Academic Presentations

 

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European corn borer moth. Photo courtesy Genny Kozak.

Talks

“Evolutionary analysis of a gene involved in mate preference in the European corn borer moth, Ostrinia nubilalis.” Graduate Student Research Symposium, Tufts University, Medford MA,
February 2017.

“The evolution of androgen receptor distribution in the lumbar spinal cord to support specialized sexual displays:  a comparative analysis using a foot-flagging frog, Staurois parvus.” Biological Sciences Lunchbag Seminar Series, Smith College, Northampton MA, February 2016.

Posters

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My undergraduate study species, a foot flagging frog. Photo courtesy Doris Preininger.

“Cholinergic signaling in the basal ganglia modulates social-context dependent pitch variability in adult zebra finch song.” Bird Song & Animal Communication Meeting, Rockefeller University, Millbrook NY, June 2019.

“The evolution of androgen receptor distribution in the lumbar spinal cord to support specialized sexual displays:  a comparative analysis using a foot-flagging frog, Staurois parvus.” Celebrating Collaborations, Smith College, Northampton MA, April 2016.

“The influence of testosterone on foot-flagging behavior in the Bornean rock frog, Stauoris parvus.” Center for Neuroendocrine Studies Symposium, University of Massachusetts Amherst, Amherst MA, September 2015.