Elizabeth C. Leininger, Ph.D.

2013-2017 Biology St. Mary's College of Maryland, Saint Marys City, MD, United States 
 2017- Natural Sciences New College of Florida 
neuroethology, vocalization, central pattern generators
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Darcy B. Kelley grad student 2010 Columbia
 (Evolution of vocal neuroeffectors in Xenopus (African Clawed Frogs).)
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Barkan CL, Leininger EC, Zornik E. (2021) Everything in modulation: neuromodulators as keys to understanding communication dynamics. Integrative and Comparative Biology
South KE, Klingenberg B, Leininger EC. (2021) A novel degree of sex difference in laryngeal physiology of : behavioral and evolutionary implications. The Journal of Experimental Biology
Kelley DB, Ballagh IH, Barkan CL, et al. (2020) Generation, Coordination, and Evolution of Neural Circuits for Vocal Communication. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 40: 22-36
Kelley DB, Elliott TM, Evans BJ, et al. (2017) Probing forebrain to hindbrain circuit functions in Xenopus. Genesis (New York, N.Y. : 2000)
Leininger EC, Kelley DB. (2015) Evolution of Courtship Songs in Xenopus : Vocal Pattern Generation and Sound Production. Cytogenetic and Genome Research. 145: 302-14
Leininger EC, Kitayama K, Kelley DB. (2015) Species-specific loss of sexual dimorphism in vocal effectors accompanies vocal simplification in African clawed frogs (Xenopus). The Journal of Experimental Biology. 218: 849-57
Uno Y, Nishida C, Takagi C, et al. (2015) Contents Vol. 145, 2015 Cytogenetic and Genome Research. 145
Leininger EC, Kelley DB. (2015) Evolution of Courtship Songs in Xenopus : Vocal Pattern Generation and Sound Production Cytogenetic and Genome Research
Leininger EC, Kelley DB. (2013) Distinct neural and neuromuscular strategies underlie independent evolution of simplified advertisement calls. Proceedings. Biological Sciences / the Royal Society. 280: 20122639
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