Wan-Chun Liu, Ph.D.

Rockefeller University, New York, NY, United States 
"Wan-Chun Liu"
Mean distance: 14.45 (cluster 6)
Cross-listing: Evolution Tree


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Donald E. Kroodsma grad student 2001 U Mass Amherst (Evolution Tree)
 (Development, variation, and use of songs by chipping sparrows.)
Fernando Nottebohm post-doc Rockefeller


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Moises Rivera research assistant 2016-2019 Rockefeller University, Colgate University
Abigail S Gilman research assistant 2017-2019 Colgate University
Gillian R Schutt research assistant 2018-2020 Colgate University
Carolyn M Senneca research assistant 2018-2020 Colgate University
Michelle Landstrom research scientist 2017-2019 Colgate University
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Liu WC, Landstrom M, Cealie M, et al. (2022) A juvenile locomotor program promotes vocal learning in zebra finches. Communications Biology. 5: 573
Hayase S, Shao C, Kobayashi M, et al. (2021) Seasonal regulation of singing-driven gene expression associated with song plasticity in the canary, an open-ended vocal learner. Molecular Brain. 14: 160
Liu WC, Landstrom M, Schutt G, et al. (2021) A memory-driven auditory program ensures selective and precise vocal imitation in zebra finches. Communications Biology. 4: 1065
Searfoss AM, Liu W, Creanza N. (2020) Detecting diel patterns in the songs of Chipping Sparrows using citizen‐science data Journal of Field Ornithology
Searfoss AM, Liu W, Creanza N. (2020) Geographically well-distributed citizen science data reveals range-wide variation in the chipping sparrow's simple song Animal Behaviour. 161: 63-76
Rivera M, Cealie M, Hauber ME, et al. (2018) Neural activation in response to conspecific songs in zebra finch (Taeniopygia guttata) embryos and nestlings. Neuroreport
Hayase S, Wang H, Ohgushi E, et al. (2018) Vocal practice regulates singing activity-dependent genes underlying age-independent vocal learning in songbirds. Plos Biology. 16: e2006537
Mori C, Liu WC, Wada K. (2018) Recurrent development of song idiosyncrasy without auditory inputs in the canary, an open-ended vocal learner. Scientific Reports. 8: 8732
Rivera M, Louder MIM, Kleindorfer S, et al. (2018) Avian prenatal auditory stimulation: progress and perspectives. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology. 72
Liu WC, Hruska-Plochan M, Miyanohara A. (2017) Lentiviral-Mediated Transgenesis in Songbirds. Methods in Molecular Biology (Clifton, N.J.). 1650: 149-165
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