Elaine Guevara

Title:
Research Assistant
Faculty: Research Staff
Office:
SEH workstation 6123
Address: 800 22nd St., NW
Email:
elaineguevara@gmail.com

Guevara, a researcher in Brenda Bradley's lab, studies primate evolutionary and conservation genetics. Her current research is on the evolution of life history and the lemur radiation. 

Education

M.Phil. 2015, Yale University

M.A. 2013, Hunter College, City University of New York

B.A. 2007, Anthropology, University of California, Santa Cruz

Publications

Selected Articles and Presentations

2017  Guevara, E.E., C.C. Veilleux, K. Saltonstall, A. Caccone, N.I. Mundy, B.J. Bradley. “Arms race in the coevolution of primates and angiosperms: Brazzein sweet proteins and gorilla taste receptors,” American Journal of Physical Anthropology 161(1):181-5, 2016. DOI: 10.1002/ajpa.23046.

2016  Bradley, B.J., C.T. Snowdon, W.C. McGrew, R.R. Lawler, E.E. Guevara, A. McIntosh, T. O'Connor. "Non‐human primates avoid the detrimental effects of prenatal androgen exposure in mixed‐sex litters: Combined demographic, behavioral, and genetic analyses," American Journal of Primatology 78(12):1304-1315. http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/ajp.22583

2016 Guevara, E.E., C. Veilleux, K. Saltonstall, A. Caccone, N.I. Mundy, B.J. Bradley. "Potential arms race in the coevolution of primates and angiosperms: Brazzein sweet proteins and gorilla taste receptors," American Journal of Physical Anthropology 161: 181-185. http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/ajpa.23046

Distinctions

Sterling Prize Fellowship, Yale University, 2013

Shuster Award for Outstanding Master’s Thesis, Hunter College, City University of New York, 2013

Sherwood L. Washburn Senior Thesis Award, Anthropology Department, University of California, Santa Cruz, 2007