Jesse Krause is a graduate student at the University of California Davis in the department of Neural Biology, Physiology and Behavior. As part of John Wingfield’s lab, he visited Toolik Field Station in Alaska to study stress and reproduction among migratory birds.
”I am interested in how organisms integrate information from their environment to control physiology and behavior through endocrine signaling mechanisms. My research has focused on the regulation of stress, reproduction and the interface between these two systems in White-crowned sparrow (Zonotrichia leucophrys)…”
You can read more about Jesse Krause here.
Recent Publications: Ubuka, T., Mukai, M., Wolfe, J., Beverly, R., Clegg, S., Wang, A., Hsia, S., Li, M., Krause, J.S., Mizuno, T., et al. (2012). RNA Interference of Gonadotropin-Inhibitory Hormone Gene Induces Arousal in Songbirds. PLoS ONE 7, e30202. Calisi, R.M., Knudsen, D.P., Krause, J.S., Wingfield, J.C., and Gentner, T.Q. (2013). Estradiol differentially affects auditory recognition and learning according to photoperiodic state in the adult male songbird, European starling (Sturnus vulgaris). PeerJ 1, e150.