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Elaine E. Guevara, Assistant Research Professor

Elaine E. Guevara

Research interests: Aging and life history, sensory ecology, epigenetics, conservation, lemurs

Please note: Elaine has left the "Evolutionary Anthropology" group at Duke University; some info here might not be up to date.

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Web Page:  http://www.elaineguevara.com


Aging • Ecology • Epigenetics • Genomics • Human evolution • Primatology

Recent Publications   (More Publications)   (search)

  1. Guevara, EE; Hopkins, WD; Hof, PR; Ely, JJ; Bradley, BJ; Sherwood, CC, Comparative analysis reveals distinctive epigenetic features of the human cerebellum., Plos Genetics, vol. 17 no. 5 (May, 2021), pp. e1009506 [doi]  [abs]
  2. Guevara, EE; Webster, TH; Lawler, RR; Bradley, BJ; Greene, LK; Ranaivonasy, J; Ratsirarson, J; Harris, RA; Liu, Y; Murali, S; Raveendran, M; Hughes, DST; Muzny, DM; Yoder, AD; Worley, KC; Rogers, J, Comparative genomic analysis of sifakas (Propithecus) reveals selection for folivory and high heterozygosity despite endangered status., Science Advances, vol. 7 no. 17 (April, 2021) [doi]  [abs]
  3. Staes, N; Guevara, EE; Helsen, P; Eens, M; Stevens, JMG, The Pan social brain: An evolutionary history of neurochemical receptor genes and their potential impact on sociocognitive differences., Journal of Human Evolution, vol. 152 (March, 2021), pp. 102949 [doi]  [abs]
  4. Guevara, EE; Lawler, RR; Staes, N; White, CM; Sherwood, CC; Ely, JJ; Hopkins, WD; Bradley, BJ, Age-associated epigenetic change in chimpanzees and humans., Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences, vol. 375 no. 1811 (November, 2020), pp. 20190616 [doi]  [abs]
  5. Singh, SV; Staes, N; Guevara, EE; Schapiro, SJ; Ely, JJ; Hopkins, WD; Sherwood, CC; Bradley, BJ, Evolution of ASPM coding variation in apes and associations with brain structure in chimpanzees., Genes, Brain, and Behavior, vol. 18 no. 7 (September, 2019), pp. e12582 [doi]  [abs]

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