Adam M. Fudickar

Adam M. Fudickar

Research Scientist, Environmental Resilience Institute

Adjunct, Biology


  • 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


Fudickar, A.M., Greives, T.J., Abolins-Abols, M., Atwell, J.W., Meddle, S.L., Friis, G., Stricker, C.A. and Ketterson, E.D., 2017. Mechanisms associated with an advance in the timing of seasonal reproduction in an urban songbirdFrontiers in Ecology and Evolution5, p.85.

Greives, T.J., Fudickar, A.M., Atwell, J.W., Meddle, S.L. and Ketterson, E.D., 2016. Early spring sex differences in luteinizing hormone response to gonadotropin releasing hormone in co-occurring resident and migrant dark-eyed juncos (Junco hyemalis)General and comparative endocrinology236, pp.17-23.

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 changeThe American Naturalist187(4), pp.436-446.

Fudickar, A.M., Peterson, M.P., 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 historiesBiology letters12(3), p.20160069.

Winkler, D.W., Jørgensen, C., Both, C., Houston, A.I., McNamara, J.M., Levey, D.J., Partecke, J., Fudickar, A.M., Kacelnik, A., Roshier, D. and Piersma, T., 2014. Cues, strategies, and outcomes: how migrating vertebrates track environmental changeMovement Ecology2(1), p.10.

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