Graduate Students

LAUREN HENNELLY

SOPHIE PRECKLER-QUISQUATER

TOM BATTER

CODY AYLWARD

MONICA SERRANO

PhD Student: San Francisco urban coyote population genetics project

Past Graduate Students

MECU POST-DOCTORAL SCHOLARS

Dr. Sarah Brown (2011–2014)

Dr. Karin Norén (2011–present)

MECU GRADUATE STUDENTS

Jocelyn Akins (PhD, 2017)– Connectivity and habitat use of remnant populations of the Washington Cascade fox (F2010-present) – National Science and Engineering Research Council fellow 2010-2011

Preston Alden (MS, 2017)  – Sage grouse predation and expanding red fox populations in the Great Basin  (F2013-present)

Yi-Hung Kuo (MS, 2017) –

Kris Kluepfel (MS, 2016) – Y chromosome markers for red foxes (2014-present)

Kathleen Miles (MS, 2015) – Habitat use of the Sacramento Valley red fox (F2013-2015)

Mourad Gabriel (PhD, 2013) – Population Health of California Fishers (UC Davis, F2008-F2013)

Greta Wengert (PhD, 2013) – Ecology of Intraguild Predation on Fishers (Martes pennanti) in California (UC Davis, F2008-F2013)

Sini Reponen (MS, 2013) – Origins and Population Structure of Feral Dogs on Isabela Island, Galápagos (UC Davis, S2012-S2013)

MaryJo Olegario (MS, 2013) – Development of a short tandem repeat multiplex for Columbian black-tailed deer (UC Davis, S2013)

Donna Imes (MS, 2012) – Identification of single nucleotide polymorphisms within the mtDNA genome of the domestic dog to discriminate individuals with common HVI haplotypes (UC Davis, S2012)

Karen Converse (MS, 2012) – Genetic mating system and territory inheritance in the Sacramento Valley red fox (California State University, Sacramento, Dec 2012)

Sarah Brown (PhD, 2011) – The Use of Genetic Markers to Study the Human-Assisted Dispersal of California Black Bears and Old-World Indigenous Dogs (UC Davis, F2008-W2011)

Katherine Marquez (MS, 2011) – Connectivity of two urban coyote (Canis latrans) populations (Sacramento and San Francisco) to surrounding rural populations (California State University, Sacramento, May 2011)

Marcelle Moore (MS, 2009) – Impacts of encroaching non-native red foxes on the native Sacramento Valley red fox (California State University, Sacramento, Aug 2009)

Marika Ichiyanagi (MS, 2009) – The adaptive context of ultraviolet induced reflectance and fluorescence patterns within the order Rodentia (California State University, Sacramento, Dec 2009)

GRADUATE STUDENT COLLABORATORS

Chelsea Smith (PhD, UC Davis, Anthropology)

Adrienne Egge (University of New Orleans) – Origins and Landscape Genetics of the Eastern Red Fox (Vulpes vulpes) (2010–present)

Carrie Merson (Texas A & M) – Genetics of a hybrid zone between native and nonnative red foxes of the Rocky Mountains (2011–present)

Logan Volkmann (Simon Fraser University, BC, Canada, MS Thesis collaborator) – Genetics of a hybrid zone between native and nonnative red foxes of the Rocky Mountains (2011–2014)

Brian Luke (California State University, Sacramento) – Population genetics of California ringtails (2008–????)

William Gulsby (University of Georgia, PhD Dissertation collaborator) –Estimating coyote abundance through genetic fecal mark-recapture in response to predator management in two deer herds (2010–2014)

VISITING SCHOLARS

Professor Shannon Datwyler, (Sabbatical Fall 2011, California State University, Sacramento)

Dr. Lorna Kennedy (Spring 2012, University of Manchester, Centre for Integrated Genomic Medical Research)