Janna Willoughby, Ph.D.

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Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN, United States 
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Bradley J. Swanson grad student 2008-2011 Central Michigan University
J. Andrew DeWoody grad student 2011-2015 Purdue
Mark R. Christie post-doc 2015- (Marine Ecology Tree)
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Harder AM, Willoughby JR, Ardren WR, et al. (2019) Among family variation in survival and gene expression uncovers adaptive genetic variation in a threatened fish. Molecular Ecology
Doyle JM, Willoughby J, Bell DA, et al. (2019) Elevated heterozygosity in adults relative to juveniles provides evidence of viability selection on eagles and falcons. The Journal of Heredity
Willoughby JR, Waser PM, Brüniche-Olsen A, et al. (2019) Inbreeding load and inbreeding depression estimated from lifetime reproductive success in a small, dispersal-limited population. Heredity
Martinez AS, Willoughby JR, Christie MR. (2018) Genetic diversity in fishes is influenced by habitat type and life-history variation. Ecology and Evolution. 8: 12022-12031
Willoughby JR, Christie MR. (2018) Long-term demographic and genetic effects of releasing captive-born individuals into the wild. Conservation Biology : the Journal of the Society For Conservation Biology
Willoughby JR, Harder AM, Tennessen JA, et al. (2018) Rapid genetic adaptation to a novel environment despite a genome-wide reduction in genetic diversity. Molecular Ecology
Hoffman JR, Willoughby JR, Swanson BJ, et al. (2017) Detection of barriers to dispersal is masked by long lifespans and large population sizes. Ecology and Evolution. 7: 9613-9623
Sattler RL, Willoughby JR, Swanson BJ. (2017) Decline of heterozygosity in a large but isolated population: a 45-year examination of moose genetic diversity on Isle Royale. Peerj. 5: e3584
Willoughby JR, Christie MR. (2017) Captive ancestry upwardly biases estimates of relative reproductive success. The Journal of Heredity
Willoughby JR, Ivy JA, Lacy RC, et al. (2017) Inbreeding and selection shape genomic diversity in captive populations: Implications for the conservation of endangered species. Plos One. 12: e0175996
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