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Jennifer Neuwald

Dr. Jennifer Neuwald

Position
  • Former Postdoctoral Associate
Jennifer was a postdoctoral fellow. Her PhD work focused on the temporal changes in population genetic dynamics of the eastern collared lizard, Crotaphytus collaris collaris, in response to forest fire management.

At the Valenzuela lab she worked on an eco-genomics project to study the effect of fluctuating temperature on the expression of genes involved in gonadogenesis in TSD turtles.

Her work was funded by the National Science Foundation (IOS 0743284 to N. Valenzuela).

Jennifer is now a Research Associate at the Department of Fish and Wildlife Conservation Biology at Colorado State University.
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5. Valenzuela N, R Literman, JL Neuwald, BA Mizoguchi, JB Iverson, JL Riley, and JD Litzgus. 2019. Extreme thermal fluctuations from climate change unexpectedly accelerate demographic collapse of vertebrates with temperature-dependent sex determination. Scientific Reports. DOI: 10.1038/s41598-019-40597-4

4. Radhakrishnan S, Literman R, Neuwald JL, and Valenzuela N. 2018. Thermal response of epigenetic genes informs turtle sex determination with and without sex chromosomes. Sexual Development 12:308–319.

3. Radhakrishnan S, R Literman, J Neuwald, A Severin, and Valenzuela N. Transcriptomic responses to environmental temperature by turtles with temperature-dependent and genotypic sex determination assessed by RNAseq inform the genetic architecture of embryonic gonadal development. 2017. PLoS ONE 12(3): e0172044.

2. Neuwald J.L. and Valenzuela N. 2011. The Lesser Known Challenge of Climate Change: Thermal Variance and Sex-Reversal in Vertebrates with Temperature-Dependent Sex Determination. PloS ONE 6(3): e18117. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0018117.

1. Valenzuela N., J. Neuwald, and R. Literman. 2013. Transcriptional evolution underlying vertebrate sexual development. Developmental Dynamics. 242:307–319.