Deborah M. Gordon

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Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA 
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Biology
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Evlyn Sadie Pless research assistant Stanford (Evolution Tree)
Mark J F Brown grad student 1992-1997 Stanford (Evolution Tree)
Nathan J. Sanders grad student 2001 Stanford (Terrestrial Ecology Tree)
Nicole E. Heller grad student 2005 Stanford
Megan E. Frederickson grad student 2006 Stanford
Sevan Suni grad student 2009 Stanford
Elizabeth G. Pringle grad student 2011 Stanford (Terrestrial Ecology Tree)
Daniel Ari Friedman grad student 2014-2019 Stanford
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Couper LI, Sanders NJ, Heller NE, et al. (2021) Multi-year drought exacerbates long-term effects of climate on an invasive ant species. Ecology. e03476
Friedman DA, York RA, Hilliard AT, et al. (2020) Gene expression variation in the brains of harvester ant foragers is associated with collective behavior. Communications Biology. 3: 100
Shin M, Friedman DA, Gordon DM, et al. (2020) Measurement of natural variation of neurotransmitter tissue content in red harvester ant brains among different colonies. Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry
Gordon DM. (2019) Measuring collective behavior: an ecological approach. Theory in Biosciences = Theorie in Den Biowissenschaften
Moses ME, Cannon JL, Gordon DM, et al. (2019) Distributed Adaptive Search in T Cells: Lessons From Ants. Frontiers in Immunology. 10: 1357
Friedman DA, Greene MJ, Gordon DM. (2019) The physiology of forager hydration and variation among harvester ant (Pogonomyrmex barbatus) colonies in collective foraging behavior. Scientific Reports. 9: 5126
Pagliara R, Gordon DM, Leonard NE. (2018) Regulation of harvester ant foraging as a closed-loop excitable system. Plos Computational Biology. 14: e1006200
Friedman DA, Pilko A, Skowronska-Krawczyk D, et al. (2018) The Role of Dopamine in the Collective Regulation of Foraging in Harvester Ants. Iscience
Gordon DM. (2018) The Ecology of Collective Behavior in Ants. Annual Review of Entomology
Burford BP, Lee G, Friedman DA, et al. (2018) Foraging behavior and locomotion of the invasive Argentine ant from winter aggregations. Plos One. 13: e0202117
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