Gretchen E. Hofmann

University of California, Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, CA, United States 
"Gretchen Hofmann"


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Evan Barba research assistant 2013-2015 Marine Science Institute, UCSB
Kevin  Marquez Johnson grad student UC Santa Barbara
Lydia Kapsenberg grad student UC Santa Barbara
Chris J. Osovitz grad student UC Santa Barbara
Cascade J. B. Sorte grad student UC Santa Barbara
Emily B. Rivest grad student 2008- UC Santa Barbara
Bradley A Buckley grad student 2003 Arizona State
Sean  P Place grad student 2005 UC Santa Barbara
Christopher J. Osovitz grad student 2007 UC Santa Barbara
Sarah K. Henkel grad student 2003-2008 UC Santa Barbara
Jessica M. Dutton grad student 2009 UC Santa Barbara
Mackenzie L. Zippay grad student 2009 UC Santa Barbara
LaTisha M. Hammond grad student 2010 UC Santa Barbara
Elizabeth A. Hoaglund grad student 2012 UC Santa Barbara
Paul G Matson grad student 2007-2012 UC Santa Barbara
Umihiko Hoshijima grad student 2013-2018 UC Santa Barbara
Jennifer Burnaford post-doc UC Santa Barbara
Tyler Evans post-doc UC Santa Barbara
Nann A. Fangue post-doc UC Santa Barbara
Morgan W. Kelly post-doc UC Santa Barbara
Susan Lund post-doc UC Santa Barbara
Anderson B. Mayfield post-doc UC Santa Barbara
Jacqueline L. Padilla-Gamino post-doc UC Santa Barbara
Anne E. Todgham post-doc UC Santa Barbara
Kristen E. Whalen post-doc UC Santa Barbara
Juan Diego Gaitán Espitia post-doc 2013- UC Santa Barbara
Amanda L. Kelley post-doc 2013- UC Santa Barbara
Jay Lunden post-doc 2013- UC Santa Barbara
Alice Trang Nguyen post-doc 2013- UC Santa Barbara
Michael J. O'Donnell post-doc 2005-2008 UC Santa Barbara
Pauline C. Yu post-doc 2009-2014 UC Santa Barbara
Geoff Dilly post-doc 2011-2014 UC Santa Barbara


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Wong JM, Hofmann GE. (2021) Gene expression patterns of red sea urchins (Mesocentrotus franciscanus) exposed to different combinations of temperature and pCO during early development. Bmc Genomics. 22: 32
Johnson KM, Hofmann GE. (2020) Combined stress of ocean acidification and warming influence survival and drives differential gene expression patterns in the Antarctic pteropod, . Conservation Physiology. 8: coaa013
Strader ME, Wong JM, Hofmann GE. (2020) Ocean acidification promotes broad transcriptomic responses in marine metazoans: a literature survey. Frontiers in Zoology. 17: 7
Wong JM, Hofmann GE. (2020) The effects of temperature and pCO2 on the size, thermal tolerance and metabolic rate of the red sea urchin (Mesocentrotus franciscanus) during early development Marine Biology. 167: 1-15
Wong JM, Gaitán-Espitia JD, Hofmann GE. (2019) Transcriptional profiles of early stage red sea urchins (Mesocentrotus franciscanus) reveal differential regulation of gene expression across development. Marine Genomics
Menge B, Milligan K, Caselle J, et al. (2019) PISCO: Advances Made Through the Formation of a Large-Scale, Long-Term Consortium for Integrated Understanding of Coastal Ecosystem Dynamics Oceanography. 32: 16-25
Johnson KM, Wong JM, Hoshijima U, et al. (2018) Seasonal transcriptomes of the Antarctic pteropod, Limacina helicina antarctica. Marine Environmental Research
Wong JM, Johnson KM, Kelly MW, et al. (2018) Transcriptomics reveal transgenerational effects in purple sea urchins exposed to upwelling conditions, and the response of their progeny to differential pCO2 levels. Molecular Ecology
Hoshijima U, Wong JM, Hofmann GE. (2017) Additive effects of pCO2 and temperature on respiration rates of the Antarctic pteropod Limacina helicina antarctica. Conservation Physiology. 5: cox064
Johnson KM, Hofmann GE. (2017) Transcriptomic response of the Antarctic pteropod Limacina helicina antarctica to ocean acidification. Bmc Genomics. 18: 812
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