Jonathan Losos, Ph.D.

Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, United States 
"Jonathan Losos"


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Ernest E. Williams research assistant Harvard
Gregory C. Mayer research assistant 1983-1983 Harvard
Harry Walter Greene grad student UC Berkeley
Marc Mangel post-doc
Thomas W. Schoener post-doc (Marine Ecology Tree)


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Paul M. Hime research assistant 2000-2004 Washington University
Grace Charles research assistant 2009-2011 Harvard (Terrestrial Ecology Tree)
Marguerite Butler grad student
Shane C. Campbell-Staton grad student Harvard
Inbar Maayan grad student 2016- Harvard
Jhan C. Salazar grad student 2019- Washington University
Marshal Hedin grad student 1995 Washington University
Duncan J. Irschick grad student 1996 Washington University
Manuel Leal grad student 2000 Washington University
Douglas A. Creer grad student 2001 Washington University
John W. Parks grad student 2001 Washington University
David J. Pepin grad student 2001 Washington University
James A. Schulte II grad student 1996-2001 Washington University
Luke J. Harmon grad student 2000-2005 Washington University
Jason J. Kolbe grad student 2000-2005 Washington University
Randall B. Langerhans grad student 2008 Harvard
Liam J. Revell grad student 2003-2009 Harvard
D. Luke Mahler grad student 2012 Harvard
Yoel Stuart grad student 2013 Harvard
Alexis S. Harrison grad student 2014 Harvard
Martha M. Muñoz grad student 2008-2014 Harvard
Talia Y. Moore grad student 2010-2016 Harvard
Ambika Kamath grad student 2011-2017 Harvard
Travis Ingram post-doc Harvard
Julia Klaczko post-doc Harvard
Jane Melville post-doc Washington University
Kristin M. Winchell post-doc Washington University
Gabriel  E. A. Gartner post-doc 2011- Harvard
Colin M. Donihue post-doc 2015-
Anthony J. Geneva post-doc 2015- Harvard
Elizabeth J. Carlen post-doc 2021- Washington University
Todd Jackman post-doc 1994-1999 Washington University
Terry J Ord post-doc 2007-2009 (Neurotree)
Thomas J. Sanger post-doc 2008-2013 Harvard
Emma Sherratt post-doc 2011-2013 Harvard
R. Graham Reynolds post-doc 2014-2015 Harvard
Melissa Kemp post-doc 2015-2018 Harvard
Simon Baeckens post-doc 2017-2018 Harvard


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Joel W. McGlothlin collaborator
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Lapiedra O, Morales N, Yang LH, et al. (2023) Predator-driven behavioural shifts in a common lizard shape resource-flow from marine to terrestrial ecosystems. Ecology Letters
Stroud JT, Moore MP, Langerhans RB, et al. (2023) Fluctuating selection maintains distinct species phenotypes in an ecological community in the wild. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 120: e2222071120
Pita-Aquino JN, Bock DG, Baeckens S, et al. (2023) Stronger evidence for genetic ancestry than environmental conditions in shaping the evolution of a complex signalling trait during biological invasion. Molecular Ecology
Miles DB, Ricklefs RE, Losos JB. (2023) How exceptional are the classic adaptive radiations of passerine birds? Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 120: e1813976120
Bock DG, Baeckens S, Kolbe JJ, et al. (2023) When adaptation is slowed down: Genomic analysis of evolutionary stasis in thermal tolerance during biological invasion in a novel climate. Molecular Ecology
Stroud JT, Petherick A, Krasnoff B, et al. (2023) Signal size allometry in lizard dewlaps. Biology Letters. 19: 20230160
Kolbe JJ, Giery ST, Lapiedra O, et al. (2023) Experimentally simulating the evolution-to-ecology connection: Divergent predator morphologies alter natural food webs. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 120: e2221691120
Winchell KM, Losos JB, Verrelli BC. (2023) Urban evolutionary ecology brings exaptation back into focus. Trends in Ecology & Evolution
Thurman TJ, Palmer TM, Kolbe JJ, et al. (2023) The Difficulty of Predicting Evolutionary Change in Response to Novel Ecological Interactions: A Field Experiment with Lizards. The American Naturalist. 201: 537-556
Winchell KM, Campbell-Staton SC, Losos JB, et al. (2023) Genome-wide parallelism underlies contemporary adaptation in urban lizards. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 120: e2216789120
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