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Ryan W. Taylor, Ph.D.

Biology Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA 
Evolutionary ecology, genomics, animal personality
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Andrew G. McAdam grad student 2006-2012 Michigan State
 (Quantitative genetics, selection, mate choice and red squirrel behavior in a fluctuating environment.)
Dmitri Petrov post-doc 2013- Stanford (FlyTree)
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Armstrong EE, Taylor RW, Miller DE, et al. (2020) Long live the king: chromosome-level assembly of the lion (Panthera leo) using linked-read, Hi-C, and long-read data. Bmc Biology. 18: 3
Armstrong EE, Taylor RW, Prost S, et al. (2018) Cost-effective assembly of the African wild dog (Lycaon pictus) genome using linked reads. Gigascience
Taylor RW, Boutin S, Humphries MM, et al. (2014) Selection on female behaviour fluctuates with offspring environment. Journal of Evolutionary Biology. 27: 2308-21
Taylor RW, Boon AK, Dantzer B, et al. (2012) Low heritabilities, but genetic and maternal correlations between red squirrel behaviours. Journal of Evolutionary Biology. 25: 614-24
Shonfield J, Taylor RW, Boutin S, et al. (2012) Territorial defence behaviour in red squirrels is influenced by local density Behaviour. 149: 369-390
McFarlane SE, Lane JE, Taylor RW, et al. (2011) The heritability of multiple male mating in a promiscuous mammal. Biology Letters. 7: 368-71
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