Kerry L Shaw, Ph.D.

Neurobiology and Behavior Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, United States 
Behavioral genetics, sexual selection, speciation
"Kerry L. Shaw"
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Gina L. Conte research assistant 2004-2006 University of Maryland (Evolution Tree)
Manda Clair Jost grad student 2002 Harvard (Evolution Tree)
Tagide de Carvalho grad student 2008 University of Maryland
Jennifer Jadin grad student 2009 University of Maryland
Daniel J. Fergus grad student 2010 Cornell
Jaime Grace grad student 2010 Bradley University
Biz Turnell grad student 2016 Cornell
Glenn Stamps grad student 2018 Cornell (Evolution Tree)
Jon Lambert grad student 2019 Cornell
Yvonne Parsons post-doc 2000 Harvard
Rong Yu post-doc 2004 University of Maryland
Tamra C. Mendelson post-doc 2005 University of Maryland (FlyTree)
Sean P. Mullen post-doc 2007 University of Maryland (Marine Ecology Tree)
Patrick D. Danley post-doc 2001-2007 (Evolution Tree)
Chris Wiley post-doc 2010 Cornell
Christopher K. Ellison post-doc 2012 Cornell
Kevin P. Oh post-doc 2014 Cornell (Evolution Tree)
Nick Ratterman post-doc 2015 Cornell
Thomas Blankers post-doc 2018 Cornell
Mingzi Xu post-doc 2019 Cornell
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Oh KP, Shaw KL. (2021) Axes of multivariate sexual signal divergence among incipient species: concordance with selection, genetic variation, and phenotypic plasticity. Journal of Evolutionary Biology
Xu M, Shaw KL. (2021) Extensive linkage and genetic coupling of song and preference loci underlying rapid speciation in Laupala crickets. The Journal of Heredity
Gillespie RG, Bennett GM, De Meester L, et al. (2020) Comparing Adaptive Radiations Across Space, Time, and Taxa. The Journal of Heredity
Xu M, Shaw KL. (2019) Spatial Mixing between Calling Males of Two Closely Related, Sympatric Crickets Suggests Beneficial Heterospecific Interactions in a NonAdaptive Radiation. The Journal of Heredity
Xu M, Shaw KL. (2019) Genetic coupling of signal and preference facilitates sexual isolation during rapid speciation. Proceedings. Biological Sciences. 286: 20191607
Blankers T, Oh KP, Shaw KL. (2019) Parallel genomic architecture underlies repeated sexual signal divergence in Hawaiian crickets. Proceedings. Biological Sciences. 286: 20191479
Xu M, Shaw KL. (2019) The Genetics of Mating Song Evolution Underlying Speciation: Linking Quantitative Variation to Candidate Genes for Behavioral Isolation. Genetics
Hiller AE, Koo MS, Goodman KR, et al. (2019) Niche conservatism predominates in adaptive radiation: comparing the diversification of Hawaiian arthropods using ecological niche modelling Biological Journal of the Linnean Society. 127: 479-492
Stamps GF, Shaw KL. (2019) Male use of chemical signals in sex discrimination of Hawaiian swordtail crickets (genus Laupala) Animal Behaviour. 156: 111-120
Gao Q, Turnell BR, Hua B, et al. (2019) The effect of nuptial gift number on fertilization success in a Hawaiian swordtail cricket Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology. 73
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