Adam M. Fudickar

Adam M. Fudickar

Research Scientist, Environmental Resilience Institute

Adjunct, Biology

Education

  • Postdoctoral Research Associate, Indiana University, 2013-2017
  • Ph.D., Organismal Biology, University of Konstanz and Max Planck Institute for Ornithology, 2012
  • M.S., Biology, University of Oklahoma, 2008
  • B.S., Biology, University of Oklahoma, 2006

Publications

Fudickar, A.M., and Ketterson, E.D. 2018. Genomes to space stations: the need for the integrative study of migration for avian conservation. Biology Letters 14: 20170741.

Fudickar, A.M., Greives, T.J., Abolins-Abols, M., Atwell, J.W., Meddle, S., Friis, G., Stricker, C.A., and Ketterson, E.D. 2017. Mechanisms associated with an advance in the timing of seasonal reproduction in an urban songbird. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 5: 85.

Franchini, P., Irisarri, I., Fudickar, A.M., Schmidt, A., Meyer, A., Wikelski, M., and Partecke, J. 2017. Animal tracking meets migration genomics: transcriptomic analysis of a partially migratory bird species. Molecular Ecology 26: 3204-3216.

Fudickar, A.M., Greives, T.J., Atwell, J.W., Stricker, C.A., and Ketterson, E.D. 2016. Reproductive allochrony in seasonally sympatric populations maintained by differential response to photoperiod: implications for population divergence and response to climate change. The American Naturalist 187: 436-446.

Fudickar, A.M., Peterson, M., Greives, T.J., Atwell, J.W., Bridge, E.S., and Ketterson, E.D. 2016. Differential gene expression in seasonal sympatry: mechanisms involved in diverging life histories. Biology Letters 12: 20160069.

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