Kimberly Rosvall

Kimberly Rosvall

Assistant Professor, Biology

  • krosvall@indiana.edu
  • (812) 856-2375
  • Jordan Hall A318A
  • Office Hours
    M-F
    By Appointment Only

Education

  • Ph.D., Duke University, 2009

About

Lab

Jordan Hall A318
(812) 855-4555
Rosvall Lab website

Research

Research in the Rosvall lab seeks to identify the genomic and physiological bases of behavioral adaptation and plasticity and how these mechanisms change over evolutionary time. We approach these questions by combining conceptual and analytical tools from animal behavior, neuroendocrinology, evolutionary ecology, physiology, and genomics--almost entirely by studying free-living birds.

Research areas

Behavior
Ecology
Evolution

Publications

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D12 tree swallow chick with attitude.

D12 tree swallow chick with attitude.

Rain can't stop 'em: Emma, Seth, and Bo processing D12 chicks in the car while it pours.

Rain can't stop 'em: Emma, Seth, and Bo processing D12 chicks in the car while it pours.

1-year-old, banded female return-chick scoping for a nestbox.

1-year-old, banded female return-chick scoping for a nestbox.

Floods as well as floods + darkness = no match for Team Tree Swallow collecting data.

Floods as well as floods + darkness = no match for Team Tree Swallow collecting data.

Adult tree swallow.

Adult tree swallow.

Tree swallow release

A member of the Rosvall lab releases a tree swallow in the field.
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