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Recent Publications

Professor Caulkins

  • Holmes, J. B.; Liu, V.; Caulkins, B. G.; Hilario, E.; Ghosh, R. K.; Drago, V. N.; Young, R. P.; Romero, J. A.; Gill, A. D.; Bogie, P. M.; Paulino, J.; Wang, X.; Riviere, G.; Bosken, Y. K.; Struppe, J.; Hassan, A.; Guidoulianov, J.; Perrone, B.; Menink-Vigier, F.; Chang, C. A.; Long, J. R.; Hooley, R. J.; Mueser, T. C.; Dunn, M. F.; Mueller, L. J. Imaging Active Site Chemistry and Protonation States: NMR Crystallography of the Tryptophan Synthase α-Aminoacrylate Intermediate Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. 2022, DOI: 10.1073/pnas.2109235119. 

Professor Finseth

Professor Coleman

  • Professor Coleman’s paper “D2 dopamine receptor activation induces female preference for male song in the monogamous zebra finch,” was short-listed at the Journal of Experimental Biologists for the Outstanding Paper prize.
  • Professor Coleman published a paper in JoVE (the journal of visualized experiments):
  • Coleman, M.J., D. Saxon*, A. Robbins*, N. Lillie* and N.F. Day. (2019) Operant Conditioning Task to Measure Song Preference in Zebra Finches. J. Vis. Exp. doi: 10.3791/60590

Professor Landsberg

  • “Modeling Cultural Dissemination and Divergence Between Rural and Urban Regions.” To appear: The Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation, Vol. 23, Issue 4, 2020  (with Nicholas LaBerge*, Aria Chaderjian*, Victor Ginelli*, Margrethe Jebsen*).
    * denotes student co-authors
  • “Transitioning Out of the Coronavirus Lockdown: A Framework for Evaluating Zone-Based Social Distancing.” Frontiers in Public Health.
    https://doi.org/10.3389/fpubh.2020.00266.  June 2020 (with E. Friedman, J. Friedman, S. Johnson).

Professor Leconte

Professor Leconte and six undergraduate co-authors (underlined) published the following research article in the journal Biochemistry:

  • A. S. Thompson, S. E. Barrett, A. G. Weiden, A. Venkatesh, M. K. C. Seto, S. Z. P. Gottlieb, and A. M. Leconte (2020).  Accurate and efficient one-pot reverse transcription and amplification of 2’ fluoro-modified nucleic acids by commercial DNA polymerases, Biochemistry, 59, 2833.

Professor Marzen

  • Uppal, V. Ferdinand, and S. Marzen. “Inferring an observer’s strategy in sequence learning experiments”, Entropy 22(8), 896 (2020).  Chosen as a Featured Article for a Special Issue on Social Processes;
    https://www.mdpi.com/1099-4300/22/8/896

Professor Milton

  • G. Buza, J. Milton, L. Bencsik and T. Insperger (2020).  Establishing metrics and control laws for the learning process: ball and beam balancing.  Biological Cybernetics 114: 83-93;
  • N. Churilov, J. Milton and E. R. Salakhova (2020).  An integrate-and-fire model for pulsatility in the neuroendocrine system. Chaos 30: 00000 (doi:10.1063/5.0010553).

Professor Purvis-Roberts

  • Fahlman, B.D., Purvis-Roberts, K.L., Kirk, J.S., Daubenmire, P.L., Kelly, R., Chemistry in Context: Applying Chemistry to Society, 10th Edition. New York, NY: McGraw-Hill, February 2020.

Professor Tang published the following article in a peer-reviewed research journal:

Professor Thomson published three journal articles. Two of the articles were co-authored by Scripps alumnae who did research in her lab when they were students (denoted with *).

  • Thomson, Diane M., Adin Bonapart, Rachel A. King*, Emily L. Schultz*, and Charlotte Startin*. 2020. Long-term monitoring of a highly invaded annual grassland community through drought, before and after an unintentional fire. Journal of Vegetation Science 31: 307-318;
  • Thomson, Diane M.and M.L. Page*. 2020. The importance of competition between insect pollinators in the Anthropocene. Current Opinion in Insect Science 36:55-62;
  • Funk, Jennifer L., Ingrid M. Parker, Erik T. Aschehoug, Wayne Dawson, S. Luke Flory, Carla M. D’Antonio, Virginia Matzek, Diane M. Thomson, and Justin Valliere. 2020. Keys to enhancing the value of invasion ecology research for management. Biological Invasions 22:2431–2445.

Professor Van Arnam published the following journal article together with Keck science students (*):

Professor Williams was honored to give the ChemAIMS lecture at Stanford University.