Amy E.M. Newman, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
University of Guelph, Guelph, Ontario, Canada 
Area:
neuroendocrinology, stress, comparative physiology, ornithology, ecophysiology
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Delehanty B, Bossart GD, Champagne C, et al. (2020) Measurement of free glucocorticoids: quantifying corticosteroid binding capacity and its variation within and among mammal and bird species. Conservation Physiology. 8: coaa057
Cooke SJ, Madliger CL, Cramp RL, et al. (2020) Reframing conservation physiology to be more inclusive, integrative, relevant and forward-looking: reflections and a horizon scan. Conservation Physiology. 8: coaa016
Greyson-Gaito CJ, Bartley TJ, Cottenie K, et al. (2020) Into the wild: microbiome transplant studies need broader ecological reality. Proceedings. Biological Sciences. 287: 20192834
Stothart MR, Palme R, Newman AEM. (2019) It's what's on the inside that counts: stress physiology and the bacterial microbiome of a wild urban mammal. Proceedings. Biological Sciences. 286: 20192111
Gardner KM, Mennill DJ, Newman AEM, et al. (2019) Social and physiological drivers of rapid colour change in a tropical toad. General and Comparative Endocrinology. 113292
Brady SP, Bolnick DI, Barrett RDH, et al. (2019) Understanding Maladaptation by Uniting Ecological and Evolutionary Perspectives. The American Naturalist. 194: 495-515
Brady SP, Bolnick DI, Angert AL, et al. (2019) Causes of maladaptation. Evolutionary Applications. 12: 1229-1242
Rivkin LR, Santangelo JS, Alberti M, et al. (2019) A roadmap for urban evolutionary ecology. Evolutionary Applications. 12: 384-398
Mennill DJ, Doucet SM, Newman AEM, et al. (2018) Wild Birds Learn Songs from Experimental Vocal Tutors. Current Biology : Cb
Newman AEM, Hess H, Woodworth BK, et al. (2017) Time as tyrant: the minute, hour and day make a difference for corticosterone concentrations in wild nestlings. General and Comparative Endocrinology
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