Haruka Wada, Ph.D.

Auburn University, Auburn, AL, United States 
"Haruka Wada"
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John C. Wingfield research assistant University of Washington
Creagh W. Breuner grad student 2007 UT Austin
 (An integrated evaluation of costs and benefits of corticosterone secretion through development.)
Scott A MacDougall-Shackleton post-doc 2009-2011 Western Ontario
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Heidinger BJ, Wada H. (2019) Introduction to the Symposium: Stress Phenotype: Linking Molecular, Cellular, and Physiological Stress Responses to Fitness. Integrative and Comparative Biology
Del Giudice M, Buck CL, Chaby L, et al. (2018) What Is Stress? A Systems Perspective. Integrative and Comparative Biology
Romero LM, Platts SH, Schoech SJ, et al. (2015) Understanding stress in the healthy animal - potential paths for progress. Stress (Amsterdam, Netherlands). 18: 491-7
Wada H, Kriengwatana B, Allen N, et al. (2015) Transient and permanent effects of suboptimal incubation temperatures on growth, metabolic rate, immune function, and adrenocortical responses in zebra finches. The Journal of Experimental Biology
Wada H. (2015) Developmental Plasticity of Individual Variation in Stress Responses Integrative Organismal Biology. 187-205
Kriengwatana B, Wada H, Schmidt KL, et al. (2014) Effects of nutritional stress during different developmental periods on song and the hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal axis in zebra finches. Hormones and Behavior. 65: 285-93
Wada H, Newman AE, Hall ZJ, et al. (2014) Effects of corticosterone and DHEA on doublecortin immunoreactivity in the song control system and hippocampus of adult song sparrows. Developmental Neurobiology. 74: 52-62
Kriengwatana B, Wada H, Macmillan A, et al. (2013) Juvenile nutritional stress affects growth rate, adult organ mass, and innate immune function in zebra finches (Taeniopygia guttata). Physiological and Biochemical Zoology : Pbz. 86: 769-81
Bergeron CM, Hopkins WA, Bodinof CM, et al. (2011) Counterbalancing effects of maternal mercury exposure during different stages of early ontogeny in American toads. The Science of the Total Environment. 409: 4746-52
Wada H, Bergeron CM, McNabb FM, et al. (2011) Dietary mercury has no observable effects on thyroid-mediated processes and fitness-related traits in wood frogs. Environmental Science & Technology. 45: 7915-22
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