Alisha Goodbla, Lab Manager

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Staff Research Associate III

amgoodbla@ucdavis.edu

530-752-6351

2403 Meyer Hall
Department of Animal Science
University of California-Davis
One Shields Avenue
Davis, CA 95616

Curriculum Vitae

Education

MSc. University College Dublin, Ireland 2012

B.S. in Biology, Emphasis in Chemistry, University of Washington, Seattle, WA 2006

Publications

Meek MH, Baerwald MR, Stephens MR, Goodbla A, Miller MR, Tomalty KMH, May B. 2016. Sequencing improves our ability to study threatened migratory species: genetic population assignment in California’s Central Valley Chinook salmon. Ecology and Evolution. 6: 7706–7716.

Lew RM, Finger AJ, Baerwald MR, Goodbla A, May B, Meek MH. 2015. Using Next-Generation Sequencing to Assist a Conservation Hatchery: A Single-Nucleotide Polymorphism Panel for the Genetic Management of Endangered Delta Smelt. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society, 144:4, 767-779.

Baerwald MR, Meek MH, Stephens MR, Nagarajan RP, Goodbla A, Tomalty  KMH, Thorgaard GH, May B, Nichols KM. 2015. Migration-related phenotypic divergence is associated with epigenetic modifications in rainbow trout. Molecular Ecology, doi: 10.1111/mec.13231.

Hayden S, Bekaert M, Goodbla A, Murphy WJ, Davalos LM , Teeling EC. 2014. A Cluster of Olfactory Receptor Genes linked to Frugivory in Bats. Molecular Biology and Evolution, 31(4), 917-927.

Meredith RW,  Janecka JE, Gatesy J, Ryder OA, Fisher CA, Teeling EC, Goodbla A, Eizirik E, Simão TLL, Stadler T, Rabosky DL, Honeycutt RL, Flynn JJ, Ingram CM, Steiner C, Williams TL, Robinson TJ, Burk-Herrick A, Westerman M, Ayoub NA, Springer MS, Murphy WJ. 2011. Impacts of the Cretaceous Terrestrial Revolution and KPg Extinction on Extant Mammal Diversification.  Science, 334, 521-524.

Winans GA, McHenry M, Baker J, Elz A, Goodbla A, Iwamoto E, Kuligowski D, Miller KM, Small MP, Spruell P, Van-Doornik D. 2008. Genetic inventory of anadromous Pacific salmonids of the Elwha River prior to dam removal. Northwest Science, 82, 128–141.