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Bruce D. Patterson, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
Zoology Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago, IL, United States 
Area:
mammalian systematics, biogeography
Website:
https://sites.google.com/a/fieldmuseum.org/bruce-pattersons-lab/
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Parents

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Kenneth L. Crowell research assistant 1972-1974 St. Lawrence University
Charles S. Thaeler grad student 1974-1978 New Mexico State
 (M.Sc. studies)
Wirt Atmar grad student 1978-1981 New Mexico State
 (doctoral studies)
Ralph J. Raitt grad student 1978-1981 New Mexico State
 (doctoral studies)

Children

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Oliver R.W. Pergams grad student University of Illinois, Chicago
Natalia Cortes-Delgado grad student 2014- University of Illinois, Chicago
Victor R. Pacheco grad student 1986-1989 University of Illinois, Chicago
Virginia Turner grad student 1991-1994 University of Illinois, Chicago
Gregory M. Mikkelson grad student 1992-1994 Chicago
Scott J. Steppan grad student 1990-1995 Chicago
Link Olson grad student 1995-2001 Chicago
Lucia Luna Wong grad student 2000-2002 University of Illinois, Chicago
Alexander O. Dehgan grad student 2000-2005 Chicago
Paul M. Velazco grad student 2002-2009 University of Illinois, Chicago
Nathan S. Upham grad student 2008-2014 Chicago
Anderson Feijó grad student 2015-2016 Universidade Federal de Paraíba
Renan Maestri grad student 2015-2016 Universidade Federal de Rio Grande, Brazil
Carla D. Hendges grad student 2016-2017 Universidade Federal de Santa Maria
Aldo Caccavo grad student 2017-2017 Universidade federal de Rio de JAneiro
Victoria Flores grad student 2012-2018 Chicago
Rafaela Missagia grad student 2017-2018 Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais
Roger Guimarães grad student 2018-2019 Field Museum of Natural History/UF Espirito Santo
Liz Huamani grad student 2018-2019 Universidad Austral de Chile
Roland W. Kays post-doc 1999-1999 Field Museum of Natural History
Carl W. Dick post-doc 2005-2009 Field Museum of Natural History
Tyrone Lavery post-doc 2016-2017 Field Museum of Natural History
Regan Dunn post-doc 2016-2018 Field Museum of Natural History
Holly L. Lutz post-doc 2017-2018 Field Museum of Natural History
Terrence C. Demos post-doc 2017-2020 Field Museum of Natural History
Daniela M. Rossoni post-doc 2018-2020 Field Museum of Natural History
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Missagia RV, Patterson BD, Krentzel D, et al. (2021) Insectivory leads to functional convergence in a group of Neotropical rodents. Journal of Evolutionary Biology. 34: 391-402
Patterson BD, Webala PW, Lavery TH, et al. (2020) Evolutionary relationships and population genetics of the Afrotropical leaf-nosed bats (Chiroptera, Hipposideridae). Zookeys. 929: 117-161
Demos TC, Webala PW, Kerbis Peterhans JC, et al. (2019) Molecular phylogenetics of slit-faced bats (Chiroptera: Nycteridae) reveal deeply divergent African lineages. Journal of Zoological Systematics and Evolutionary Research = Zeitschrift Fur Zoologische Systematik Und Evolutionsforschung. 57: 1019-1038
Lutz HL, Jackson EW, Webala PW, et al. (2019) Ecology and Host Identity Outweigh Evolutionary History in Shaping the Bat Microbiome. Msystems. 4
Demos TC, Webala PW, Goodman SM, et al. (2019) Molecular phylogenetics of the African horseshoe bats (Chiroptera: Rhinolophidae): expanded geographic and taxonomic sampling of the Afrotropics. Bmc Evolutionary Biology. 19: 166
Musila S, Monadjem A, Webala PW, et al. (2018) An annotated checklist of mammals of Kenya. Zoological Research
Patterson BD, Webala PW, Bartonjo M, et al. (2018) On the taxonomic status and distribution of African species of (Chiroptera: Molossidae). Peerj. 6: e4864
Feijó A, Patterson BD, Cordeiro-Estrela P. (2018) Taxonomic revision of the long-nosed armadillos, Genus Dasypus Linnaeus, 1758 (Mammalia, Cingulata). Plos One. 13: e0195084
Gutiérrez EE, Helgen KM, McDonough MM, et al. (2017) A gene-tree test of the traditional taxonomy of American deer: the importance of voucher specimens, geographic data, and dense sampling. Zookeys. 87-131
Maestri R, Monteiro LR, Fornel R, et al. (2016) The ecology of a continental evolutionary radiation: Is the radiation of sigmodontine rodents adaptive? Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution
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