Andrew T. Storfer

Affiliations: 
Washington State University, Pullman, WA, United States 
Area:
Evolution and Development Biology
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Parents

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Andy Sih grad student 1997-1997 UC Davis
James P. Collins post-doc 1997-1999 Arizona State (Cell Biology Tree)

Children

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Craig A. Steele grad student 2006 WSU
Melanie A. Murphy grad student 2008 WSU
Stephen Spear grad student 2004-2008 WSU
Jonathan M. Eastman grad student 2010 WSU
Daryl Trumbo grad student 2010-2016 WSU
Sarah Emel grad student 2011-2016 WSU
Steven Micheletti grad student 2011-2016 WSU
Austin H. Patton grad student 2014-2020 WSU
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Beer MA, Kane RA, Micheletti SJ, et al. (2022) Landscape genomics of the streamside salamander: Implications for species management in the face of environmental change. Evolutionary Applications. 15: 220-236
Kozakiewicz CP, Fraik AK, Patton AH, et al. (2021) Spatial variation in gene expression of Tasmanian devil facial tumors despite minimal host transcriptomic response to infection. Bmc Genomics. 22: 698
Stahlke AR, Epstein B, Barbosa S, et al. (2021) Contemporary and historical selection in Tasmanian devils () support novel, polygenic response to transmissible cancer. Proceedings. Biological Sciences. 288: 20210577
Everson KM, Gray LN, Jones AG, et al. (2021) Geography is more important than life history in the recent diversification of the tiger salamander complex. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 118
Cunningham CX, Comte S, McCallum H, et al. (2021) Quantifying 25 years of disease-caused declines in Tasmanian devil populations: host density drives spatial pathogen spread. Ecology Letters
Patton AH, Lawrance MF, Margres MJ, et al. (2020) A transmissible cancer shifts from emergence to endemism in Tasmanian devils. Science (New York, N.Y.). 370
Smith LE, Jones ME, Hamede R, et al. (2020) Telomere Length is a Susceptibility Marker for Tasmanian Devil Facial Tumor Disease. Ecohealth
Micheletti SJ, Storfer A. (2020) Mixed support for gene flow as a constraint to local adaptation and contributor to the limited geographic range of an endemic salamander. Molecular Ecology. 29: 4091-4101
Kozakiewicz CP, Ricci L, Patton AH, et al. (2020) Comparative landscape genetics reveals differential effects of environment on host and pathogen genetic structure in Tasmanian devils (Sarcophilus harrisii) and their transmissible tumor. Molecular Ecology
Margres MJ, Ruiz-Aravena M, Hamede R, et al. (2020) Spontaneous Tumor Regression in Tasmanian Devils Associated with Activation. Genetics
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