John Godwin, Ph.D.

North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC 
"John Godwin"
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Julianna H Prim grad student NCSU
Stephen J. Salek grad student 2000 NCSU
John A. Luckenbach grad student 2004 NCSU
Kristen E. Marsh grad student 2007 NCSU
Candace D. Scarlata grad student 2010 NCSU
Ryan Y. Wong post-doc 2011-2014 NCSU
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Johnson ZV, Moore EC, Wong RY, et al. (2020) Exploratory behaviour is associated with microhabitat and evolutionary radiation in Lake Malawi cichlids Animal Behaviour. 160: 121-134
Godwin J, Serr M, Barnhill-Dilling SK, et al. (2019) Rodent gene drives for conservation: opportunities and data needs. Proceedings. Biological Sciences. 286: 20191606
Todd EV, Ortega-Recalde O, Liu H, et al. (2019) Stress, novel sex genes, and epigenetic reprogramming orchestrate socially controlled sex change. Science Advances. 5: eaaw7006
Thomas JT, Todd EV, Muncaster S, et al. (2019) Conservation and diversity in expression of candidate genes regulating socially-induced female-male sex change in wrasses. Peerj. 7: e7032
Todd EV, Liu H, Lamm MS, et al. (2017) Female mimicry by sneaker males has a transcriptomic signature in both the brain and gonad in a sex changing fish. Molecular Biology and Evolution
Liu H, Todd EV, Lokman MP, et al. (2016) Sexual plasticity: A fishy tale. Molecular Reproduction and Development
Liu H, Lamm MS, Rutherford K, et al. (2015) Large-scale transcriptome sequencing reveals novel expression patterns for key sex-related genes in a sex-changing fish. Biology of Sex Differences. 6: 26
Wong RY, Godwin J. (2015) Neurotranscriptome profiles of multiple zebrafish strains. Genomics Data. 5: 206-209
Wong RY, Lamm MS, Godwin J. (2015) Characterizing the neurotranscriptomic states in alternative stress coping styles. Bmc Genomics. 16: 425
Lamm MS, Liu H, Gemmell NJ, et al. (2015) The Need for Speed: Neuroendocrine Regulation of Socially-controlled Sex Change. Integrative and Comparative Biology. 55: 307-22
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