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Carl D. Hopkins

Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, United States 
Electrosensory Systems, Electric Fish
"Carl Hopkins"
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Haldan Keffer Hartline grad student 1967-1968 Rockefeller
Floyd Ratliff grad student 1967-1968 Rockefeller
Donald R. Griffin grad student 1966-1972 Rockefeller
Peter R. Marler grad student 1966-1972 Rockefeller
Ted H. Bullock post-doc 1972-1973 UCSD


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Ryan Y. Wong research assistant 2002-2005 Cornell
Brian R. Isett research assistant 2007-2009 Cornell
Susan Neil grad student 1982 Cornell
Stacy Arnesen grad student 1986 Cornell
John D. Crawford grad student 1981-1989 Penn
Nathan Comfort grad student 1990 Cornell
Satoshi Amagai grad student 1986-1993 Cornell
Cheryl Franklin grad student 1994 Cornell
Matthew A. Xu-Friedman grad student 1990-1997 Cornell
Bruce A. Carlson grad student 1997-2003 Cornell
Matthew E. Arnegard grad student 1998-2005 Cornell
Sebastien Lavoue grad student 2006 Cornell
Laurieanne Dent grad student 2002-2008 Cornell
Jason R. Gallant grad student 2005-2011 Cornell
Andrew Bass post-doc 1982-1984 Cornell
Mary Hagedorn post-doc 1984-1986 Cornell
David Yager post-doc 1989-1990 Cornell
John Sullivan post-doc 1998-2001 Cornell
B. Scott Jackson post-doc 2004-2008 Cornell
Bruce A. Carlson post-doc 2007-2008 Cornell


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Walter Heiligenberg collaborator 1978-1979
Joseph Bastian collaborator 1986-1990 Oklahoma
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Peterson RD, Sullivan JP, Hopkins CD, et al. (2022) Phylogenomics of bonytongue fishes (Osteoglossomorpha) shed light on the craniofacial evolution and biogeography of the weakly electric clade Mormyridae. Systematic Biology
Rich M, Sullivan JP, Hopkins CD. (2017) Rediscovery and description of Paramormyrops sphekodes (Sauvage, 1879) and a new cryptic Paramormyrops (Mormyridae: Osteoglossiformes) from the Ogooué River of Gabon using morphometrics, DNA sequencing and electrophysiology Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society. 180: 613-646
Sullivan JP, Lavoué S, Hopkins CD. (2016) Cryptomyrus: a new genus of Mormyridae (Teleostei, Osteoglossomorpha) with two new species from Gabon, West-Central Africa. Zookeys. 117-50
Gallant JR, Hopkins CD, Deitcher DL. (2012) Differential expression of genes and proteins between electric organ and skeletal muscle in the mormyrid electric fish Brienomyrus brachyistius. The Journal of Experimental Biology. 215: 2479-94
Lavoué S, Miya M, Arnegard ME, et al. (2012) Comparable ages for the independent origins of electrogenesis in African and South American weakly electric fishes. Plos One. 7: e36287
Gallant JR, Arnegard ME, Sullivan JP, et al. (2011) Signal variation and its morphological correlates in Paramormyrops kingsleyae provide insight into the evolution of electrogenic signal diversity in mormyrid electric fish. Journal of Comparative Physiology. a, Neuroethology, Sensory, Neural, and Behavioral Physiology. 197: 799-817
Arnegard ME, McIntyre PB, Harmon LJ, et al. (2010) Sexual signal evolution outpaces ecological divergence during electric fish species radiation. The American Naturalist. 176: 335-56
Hopkins CD. (2008) Commentary: Evolution of electric organs. Journal of Physiology, Paris. 102: 162-3
Lavoué S, Arnegard ME, Sullivan JP, et al. (2008) Petrocephalus of Odzala offer insights into evolutionary patterns of signal diversification in the Mormyridae, a family of weakly electrogenic fishes from Africa. Journal of Physiology, Paris. 102: 322-39
Lavoué S, Sullivan JP, Arnegard ME, et al. (2008) Differentiation of morphology, genetics and electric signals in a region of sympatry between sister species of African electric fish (Mormyridae). Journal of Evolutionary Biology. 21: 1030-45
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