Transcriptome-wide Changes in Coral Gene Expression at Noon and Midnight Under Field Conditions. Speciation and the evolution of gamete recognition genes: pattern and process. The next morning, the Palumbi Lab emerges from the fog in the heart of the Hopkins Marine Station, which is perched on a rocky point overlooking the churning Pacific Ocean next to the Monterey Bay Aquarium. Rose, N. H., Bay, R. A., Morikawa, M. K., & Palumbi, S. R. (2018). Senior Fellow, Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment. PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, 90(17), 8239–43. In 2002, Professor Palumbi moved his laboratory from Harvard University to Stanford University's Hopkins Marine Station, where he is now the Director of the station. JOURNAL OF EVOLUTIONARY BIOLOGY, 23(6), 1159–1169. ↵(1)To whom correspondence should be addressed. NATURE, 406(6797), 692–93. Stephen Palumbi . Sharp genetic breaks among populations of Haptosquilla pulchella (Stomatopoda) indicate limits to larval transport: patterns, causes, and consequences. Stephen R. Palumbi received his Ph.D. from University of Washington in marine ecology. Tidal heat pulses on a reef trigger a fine-tuned transcriptional response in corals to maintain homeostasis. Fisheries science - Why mothers matter. BIOLOGICAL JOURNAL OF THE LINNEAN SOCIETY, 73(4), 391–409. Traylor-Knowles, N., & Palumbi, S. R. (2014). JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR EVOLUTION, 68(1), 97–111. SCIENCE, 304(5675), 1251–1252. B. C. (1983). Gerber, L. R., Botsford, L. W., Hastings, A., Possingham, H. P., Gaines, S. D., Palumbi, S. R., & Andelman, S. (2003). Transcriptome predictors of coral survival and growth in a highly variable environment. Professor in Marine Sciences at Stanford University and the Harold A. Miller Director of the Hopkins Marine Station. Ecological subsidies alter the structure of marine communities. I transitioned to Stanford University in 2010 to start my graduate studies in the lab of Dr. Stephen Palumbi at Hopkins Marine Station. Geyer, L. B., & Palumbi, S. R. (2003). Stephen R. Palumbi Kewalo Marine Laboratory and Department of Zoology, University of Hawaii, 41 Ahui Street, Honolulu, HI 96813, USA. NATURAL HISTORY, 122(3), 34–39. (1.2) Unit 1 Lab Questions (Portfolio) ( 1-8, 1-4) 3B. MARINE ECOLOGY PROGRESS SERIES, 378, 93–103. PloS One, 8(6), e67480. Barber, P. H., Erdmann, M. V., & Palumbi, S. R. (2006). PROCEEDINGS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY B-BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES, 267(1449), 1191–99. Genome-wide polymorphisms show unexpected targets of natural selection. BIOLOGICAL CONSERVATION, 141(6), 1591–1599. PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, 96(12), 6820–23. Barshis, D. J., Sotka, E. E., Kelly, R. P., Sivasundar, A., Menge, B. USING ISOLATION BY DISTANCE AND EFFECTIVE DENSITY TO ESTIMATE DISPERSAL SCALES IN ANEMONEFISH. Molecular Ecology, 22(11), 2884–97. A keystone ecologist: Robert Treat Paine, 1933-2016. His research group studies the genetics, evolution, conservation, population biology and systematics of a diverse array of marine organisms. Science , 348(6237), 865–67. Affiliated Faculty. A., Joyce, F. H., & Warner, R. R. (2015). A., & Palumbi, S. R. (2010). Palumbi, S. R. (1999). Proceedings. Recent speciation in the Indo-West Pacific: rapid evolution of gamete recognition and sperm morphology in cryptic species of sea urchin. Grosberg, R. K., Rice, W. R., & Palumbi, S. R. (1985). Work on the genomics of marine organisms tries to focus on basic evolutionary questions but also on practical solutions to questions about how to preserve and protect the diverse life in the sea. Genome Biology and Evolution, 7(6), 1602–12. Publications. Major work continues on the microdocumentary project, the Short Attention Span Science Theater. Oliver, T. A., & Palumbi, S. R. (2011). In 2008, the Nobel Prize in Chemistry was awarded for work done on a molecule called blue carbon dioxide and it's been equated to the invention of the diving cylinder. A., Dayton, P. K., Kareiva, P., Levin, S. A., Lubchenco, J., Menge, B. Barshis, D. J., Ladner, J. T., Oliver, T. A., Seneca, F. O., Traylor-Knowles, N., & Palumbi, S. R. (2013). Gene Networks in the Wild: Identifying Transcriptional Modules that Mediate Coral Resistance to Experimental Heat Stress. Therkildsen, N. O., Hemmer-Hansen, J., Als, T. D., Swain, D. P., Morgan, M. J., Trippel, E. A., … Nielsen, E. E. (2013). Genomic basis for coral resilience to climate change. Wilder, A. P., Palumbi, S. R., Conover, D. O., & Therkildsen, N. O. Science Advances, 3(3). Evolutionary change during experimental ocean acidification. Connectivity, Dispersal, and Recruitment CONNECTING BENTHIC COMMUNITIES AND THE COASTAL OCEAN. Sanders, J. G., & Palumbi, S. R. (2011). Dr. Palumbi's Lab Homepage Dr. Stephen Palumbi received his Ph.D. from University of Washington in marine ecology. What are we missing about marine invasions? Pinsky, M. L., Jensen, O. P., Ricard, D., & Palumbi, S. R. (2011). A., & Palumbi, S. R. (2011). STEPHEN R. PALUMBI is a Professor of Biology, based at Stanford’s marine lab in Monterey. ECOLOGY OF CRYPTIC CORAL-REEF COMMUNITIES .2. Restricted gene flow in the Caribbean staghorn coral Acropora cervicomis: Implications for the recovery of endangered reefs. Email: spalumbi@stanford.edu. Phone: (831) 655-6210. CURRENT BIOLOGY, 24(24). Steve has lectured extensively on human-induced evolutionary change, has used genetic detective work to identify whales, seahorses, rockfish and sharks for sale in retail markets, and is developing genomic methods to help find ocean species resistant to climate change. Rapid recovery of genetic populations on Krakatau: diversity of stomatopod temporal and spatial scales of marine larval dispersal. Palumbi, S. R., Sandifer, P. A., Allan, J. D., Beck, M. W., Fautin, D. G., Fogarty, M. J., … Wall, D. H. (2009). Protein evolution in two co-occurring types of Symbiodinium: an exploration into the genetic basis of thermal tolerance in Symbiodinium clade D. BMC EVOLUTIONARY BIOLOGY, 12. NATURE, 344(6263), 238–40. Dispersal at a snail's pace: historical processes affect contemporary genetic structure in the exploited wavy top snail (Megastraea undosa). A primary focus is the use of molecular genetic techniques in conservation, including the identification of whale and dolphin products available in commercial markets. JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL MARINE BIOLOGY AND ECOLOGY, 64(2), 103–15. Stephen Palumbi. Strong genetic clines and geographical variation in gene flow in the rocky intertidal barnacle Balanus glandula. OCEANOGRAPHY Ultra marine. Guiding ecological principles for marine spatial planning. MARINE BIOLOGY, 157(7), 1433–1452. Phone: (831) 655-6210. RESEARCH STAFF Kristin Meagher Robinson Beth Sheets. Accurate population genetic measurements require cryptic species identification in corals. Distributions of stress-resistant coral symbionts match environmental patterns at local but not regional scales. Presented at the Symposium on Chemical Evolution II held at the 235th ACS National Meeting, NEW ORLEANS,LA: AMER CHEMICAL SOC. Ecological science and sustainability for the 21st century. Barney, B. T., Munkholm, C., Walt, D. R., & Palumbi, S. R. (2017). MOLECULAR ECOLOGY NOTES, 2(2), 94–95. The Ecology of Microbial Communities Associated with Macrocystis pyrifera. Palumbi, S. R., & Lessios, H. A. Filling in the gaps with evolutionary genomics. SCIENCE, 316(5829), 1285–1286. Ecology and Evolution, 7(13), 4794–4803. Haupt, A. J., Micheli, F., & Palumbi, S. R. (2013). Sivasundar, A., & Palumbi, S. R. (2010). Tepolt, C. K., & Palumbi, S. R. (2015). Natesh, M., Taylor, R. W., Truelove, N. K., Hadly, E. A., Palumbi, S. R., Petrov, D. A., & Ramakrishnan, U. ANNUAL REVIEW OF ENVIRONMENT AND RESOURCES, 29, 31–68. Work at the Hopkins Marine Station focuses on how kelp, sea urchins, abalone and mussels respond to short term environmental changes and to environmental shifts over small spatial scales.Steve’s latest book for non-scientists is about the amazing species in the sea, written with Steve’s son and novelist Anthony. (1 point) A. Seneca, F. O., & Palumbi, S. R. (2015). CONSERVATION GENETICS, 9(1), 65–71. Long-term population size of the North Atlantic humpback whale within the context of worldwide population structure. Palumbi, S. R., Evans, T. G., Pespeni, M. H., & Somero, G. N. (2019). Bay, R. A., & Palumbi, S. R. (2014). Work on corals in American Samoa and Palau has identified corals more resilient to heat stress. White, J. W., Carr, M. H., Caselle, J. E., Palumbi, S. R., Warner, R. R., Menge, B. Palumbi, S. R., Cipriano, F., & Hare, M. P. (2001). GENOME BIOLOGY AND EVOLUTION, 2, 800–814. The Extreme Life of the Sea tells about the fastest species in the sea, and hottest, coldest, oldest etc. Ruegg, K. C., Anderson, E. C., Baker, C. S., Vant, M., Jackson, J. Norse, E. A., Grimes, C. B., Ralston, S., Hilborn, R., CASTILLA, J. C., Palumbi, S. R., … Kareiva, P. (2003). Palmer, M. A., Bernhardt, E. S., Chornesky, E. A., Collins, S. L., Dobson, A. P., Duke, C. S., … Turner, M. G. (2005). Speciation and population genetic structure in tropical Pacific Sea urchins. Palumbi, S. R., Estes, J. MOLECULAR BIOLOGY AND EVOLUTION, 17(9), 1286–93. Sanders, J. G., Cribbs, J. E., Fienberg, H. G., Hulburd, G. C., Katz, L. S., & Palumbi, S. R. (2008). Characterization of microsatellite loci for the Argentine ant, Linepithema humile, and their potential for analysis of colony structure in invading Hawaiian populations. In 2002, Professor Palumbi moved his laboratory from Harvard University to Stanford University's Hopkins Marine Station, where he is now the Director of the station. MOLECULAR ECOLOGY, 11(4), 659–74. SCIENCE, 299(5603), 51–52. Evolutionary diversification of multigene families: Allelic selection of toxins in predatory cone snails. Lab Website. Hopkins Marine Station, Stanford University, 120 Ocean View Blvd., Pacific Grove, CA 93950     Lab Phone: 831-655-6210, Hopkins Marine Station, Stanford University, The Evolution Explosion: How Humans Cause Rapid Evolutionary Change. Pespeni, M. H., Sanford, E., Gaylord, B., Hill, T. M., Hosfelt, J. D., Jaris, H. K., … Palumbi, S. R. (2013). Professor in Marine Sciences at Stanford University and the Harold A. Miller Director of the Hopkins Marine Station. Jane and Marshall Steel Jr. Ruegg, K., Rosenbaum, H. C., Anderson, E. C., Engel, M., Rothschild, A., Baker, C. S., & Palumbi, S. R. (2013). Steve's recent book, The Evolution Explosion: How Humans Cause Rapid Evolutionary Change, shows how rapid evolution is central to emerging problems in modern society. Molecular Biology and Evolution, 31(6), 1343–52. Walsworth, T. E., Schindler, D. E., Colton, M. A., Webster, M. S., Palumbi, S. R., Mumby, P. J., … Pinsky, M. L. (2019). EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY, 26(2), 317–335. Forensic genomics as a novel tool for identifying the causes of mass mortality events. Kelly, R. P., Oliver, T. A., Sivasundar, A., & Palumbi, S. R. (2010). 2 . Using genomics to understand ecology, evolution & conservation of marine species. Professor in Marine Sciences at Stanford University and the Harold A. Miller Director of the Hopkins Marine Station. Marine reserves: the best option for our oceans? (2014). Steve has long been fascinated by how quickly the world around us changes. MOLECULAR ECOLOGY, 19(2), 281–91. MOLECULAR ECOLOGY, 24(7), 1467–84. Evolution Letters, 4(5), 430–43. PLANNING FOR CHANGE Assessing the Potential Role of Marine Protected Areas and Fisheries Management Approaches for Resilience Management in a Changing Ocean. JOURNAL OF HEREDITY, 98(1), 40–50. Stephen Palumbi. (2016). GENOME BIOLOGY, 11(4). Oliver, T. A., & Palumbi, S. R. (2011). Oliver, T. A., & Palumbi, S. R. (2009). He also holds a Senior Fellowship at the … EVOLUTION, 51(5), 1506–17. Ruiz-Jones, L. J., & Palumbi, S. R. (2015). Stephen ("Steve") R. Palumbi (born: October 17, 1956, in Baltimore, MD) is the present Jane and Marshall Steel Jr. METHODS IN ECOLOGY AND EVOLUTION, 10(6), 853–59. Galindo, H. M., Pfeiffer-Herbert, A. S., McManus, M. A., Chao, Y., Chai, F., & Palumbi, S. R. (2010). Professor in Marine Sciences and Senior Fellow at the Woods Institute for the Environment Steve has long been fascinated by how quickly the world around us changes. MARINE POLICY, 34(5), 955–66. CORAL REEFS, 37(2), 549–63. CORAL REEFS, 30(1), 241–250. McCauley, D. J., Pinsky, M. L., Palumbi, S. R., Estes, J. Cell Biology Developmental Biology Genetics Plant Biology. Palumbi, S. R., & Palumbi, A. R. (2014). Barber, P. H., Palumbi, S. R., Erdmann, M. V., & Moosa, M. K. (2000). Explain how Palumbi says ecologists view the pyramid of ocean life? Oliver, T. A., Garfield, D. A., Manier, M. K., Haygood, R., Wray, G. A., & Palumbi, S. R. (2010). Coastal fronts set recruitment and connectivity patterns across multiple taxa. Pinsky, M. L., & Palumbi, S. R. (2014). Jane and Marshall Steel Jr. ECOLOGICAL APPLICATIONS, 13(1), S47–S64. Molecular Ecology. Dr. Stephen Palumbi is the Jane and Marshall Steele Jr. Comparing Evolutionary Patterns and Variability in the Mitochondrial Control Region and Cytochrome b in Three Species of Baleen Whales. The role of transcriptome resilience in resistance of corals to bleaching. PROCEEDINGS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY B-BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES, 270(1526), 1839–1847. Rose, N. H., Seneca, F. O., & Palumbi, S. R. (2015). MOLECULAR ECOLOGY, 13(8), 2143–56. Multilocus Adaptation Associated with Heat Resistance in Reef-Building Corals. SIDEBAR. Geller, J., Sotka, E. E., Kado, R., Palumbi, S. R., & Schwindt, E. (2008). Open and closed seascapes: Where does habitat patchiness create populations with high fractions of self-recruitment? LIMNOLOGY AND OCEANOGRAPHY, 57(2), 582–596. MOLECULAR ECOLOGY RESOURCES, 12(6), 1058–67. FRONTIERS IN ECOLOGY AND THE ENVIRONMENT, 1(2), 73–79. PROCEEDINGS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY B-BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES, 279(1732), 1412–20. Global Change Biology. Better Evolution Through Chemistry: Rapid Evolution Driven by Human Changes to the Chemical Environment. Genomic models predict successful coral adaptation if future ocean warming rates are reduced. The Palumbi lab monitored and mapped the corals. Vollmer, S. V., & Palumbi, S. R. (2007). Natesh, M., Taylor, R. W., Truelove, N. K., Hadly, E. A., Palumbi, S. R., Petrov, D. A., & Ramakrishnan, U. Palumbi, S. R. (2009). Population models for marine reserve design: A retrospective and prospective synthesis. Sources of invasions of a northeastern Pacific acorn barnacle, Balanus glandula, in Japan and Argentina. Biogeography - A marine Wallace's line? The role of genes in understanding the evolutionary ecology of reef building corals. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. Palumbi, S. R. (2005). MARINE ECOLOGY PROGRESS SERIES, 439, 139–150. Stephen Palumbi focuses his research on the genetics of marine organisms focuses not only on basic evolutionary questions but also on practical solutions to preserving and protecting the diverse life found in the sea. A., Grosberg, R. K., & Palumbi, S. R. (2004). Populations of Symbiodinium muscatinei Show Strong Biogeographic Structuring in the Intertidal Anemone Anthopleura elegantissima. Coral bleaching independent of photosynthetic activity. Palumbi, S. R. (2004). GENOME BIOLOGY AND EVOLUTION, 8(1), 243–52. Stephen Palumbi Hopkins Marine Station. Alter, S. E., Newsome, S. D., & Palumbi, S. R. (2012). White, J. W., Carr, M. H., Caselle, J. E., Washburn, L., Woodson, C. B., Palumbi, S. R., … Milligan, K. (2019). Risk-sensitive planning for conserving coral reefs under rapid climate change. Bay, R. A., & Palumbi, S. R. (2015). B. C., … Scheffer, M. (2017). My Lab Site. Palumbi, S. R., McLeod, K. L., & Grunbaum, D. (2008). Highly localized divergence within supergenes in Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua) within the Gulf of Maine. Polygenic evolution drives species divergence and climate adaptation in corals. Please update bookmarks to this URL: https://palumbilab.stanford.edu/https://palumbilab.stanford.edu/ Other recent films appearances include The End of the Line, and the Canadian Broadcasting series One Ocean. All males are not created equal: Fertility differences depend on gamete recognition polymorphisms in sea urchins. SCIENCE, 301(5635), 929–933. Woodson, C. B., McManus, M. A., Tyburczy, J. Stephen Palumbi: Hidden toxins in the fish we eat Q1: Explain how Palumbi says ecologists view the pyramid Palumbi, S. R. (2007). Romano, S. L., & Palumbi, S. R. (1997). De Wit, P., Pespeni, M. H., Ladner, J. T., Barshis, D. J., Seneca, F., Jaris, H., … Palumbi, S. R. (2012). Marine biology. Ruiz-Jones, L. J., & Palumbi, S. R. (2019). Testing the utility of internally transcribed spacer sequences in coral phylogenetics. Coral reefs in the Anthropocene. ECOLOGY, 87(5), 1094–1103. Jackson, J. Extensive sympatry, cryptic diversity and introgression throughout the geographic distribution of two coral species complexes. Using naturally occurring climate resilient corals to construct bleaching-resistant nurseries. The tip of the tail: molecular identification of seahorses for sale in apothecary shops and curio stores in California. Molecular evolution of a portion of the mitochondrial 16S ribosomal gene region in scleractinian corals. (2003). Mendez, M., Kershaw, F., Palumbi, S., Pinsky, M., Ray, C., Rosenbaum, H., & Subramaniam, A. Palumbi, a marine biologist at Stanford University, wanted to check it out. Professor of Marine Sciences in the Department of Biological Sciences at Stanford University. This is the second of a three-post series written by undergraduate students who completed summer research in Palau with the Palumbi lab. (2012). Baker, C. S., Palumbi, S. R., Lambertsen, R. H., Weinrich, M. T., Calambokidis, J., & OBrien, S. J. A., & Palumbi, S. R. (2013). MARINE BIOTECHNOLOGY, 1(3), 261–68. BULLETIN OF MARINE SCIENCE, 86(2), 273–285. Stephen R. Palumbi (born October 17, 1956, in Baltimore, MD) is the Jane and Marshall Steel Jr. Steve has long been fascinated by how quickly the world around us changes. Molecular Ecology. MARINE BIOLOGY, 163(10). EVOLUTION, 72(1), 82–94. Genome size evolution in pufferfish: A comparative analysis of diodontid and tetraodontid pufferfish genomes. Bacterial community dynamics are linked to patterns of coral heat tolerance. Worm, B., Barbier, E. B., Beaumont, N., Duffy, J. E., Folke, C., Halpern, B. S., … Watson, R. (2007). Palumbi, S. R. (2003). Conservation Biology Evolution Genetics Marine Biology. July 2020: Congratulations to Dr. Alexander Martin Stahl for successfully defending his PhD thesis ! Signs of Adaptation to Local pH Conditions across an Environmental Mosaic in the California Current Ecosystem. Haupt, A. J., Michel, F., & Palumbi, S. R. (2013). Armbrust, E. V., & Palumbi, S. R. (2015). SCIENCE, 296(5575), 2023–25. Manier, M. K., & Palumbi, S. R. (2008). Professor in Marine Sciences and Senior Fellow at the Woods Institute for the Environment, Affiliate, Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment. Many corals host thermally resistant symbionts in high-temperature habitat. PLOS ONE, 7(5). De Wit, P., Rogers-Bennett, L., Kudela, R. M., & Palumbi, S. R. (2014). Stephen Palumbi. Conservation Biology Evolution Genetics Marine Biology. 1996-2002 Professor, Department of Organismic and Evolutionary Biology, Harvard Empowering conservation practice with efficient and economical genotyping from poor quality samples. Transcriptomic responses to seawater acidification among sea urchin populations inhabiting a natural pH mosaic. OCEANOGRAPHY, 32(3), 82–93. Palumbi, S. R., Grabowsky, G., Duda, T., Geyer, L., & Tachino, N. (1997). Gene expression and feeding ecology: evolution of piscivory in the venomous gastropod genus Conus. Jane and Marshall Steel Jr. Integrative and Comparative Biology, 53(5), 857–70. Palumbi, S. R., Barshis, D. J., Traylor-Knowles, N., & Bay, R. A. Transcriptome sequencing reveals both neutral and adaptive genome dynamics in a marine invader. Genome Biology and Evolution, 8(1), 243–52. Vollmer, S. V., & Palumbi, S. R. (2004). OCEANOGRAPHY, 32(3), 60–61. The second is the colony bleached on … Population genetics, demographic connectivity, and the design of marine reserves. The cell specificity of gene expression in the response to heat stress in corals. Conspecific sperm precedence in two species of tropical sea urchins. AQUATIC CONSERVATION-MARINE AND FRESHWATER ECOSYSTEMS, 24(6), 742–44. Beyer, H. L., Kennedy, E., Beger, M., Chen, C. A., Cinner, J. E., Darling, E. S., … Hoegh-Guldberg, O. De Wit, P., & Palumbi, S. R. (2013). Ecology for a crowded planet. COMPARATIVE BIOCHEMISTRY AND PHYSIOLOGY A-MOLECULAR & INTEGRATIVE PHYSIOLOGY, 185, 33–42. JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR EVOLUTION, 45(4), 397–411. Seascape genetics along a steep cline: using genetic patterns to test predictions of marine larval dispersal. Baker, C. S., Slade, R. W., Bannister, J. L., Abernethy, R. B., Weinrich, M. T., Lien, J., … Palumbi, S. R. (1994). INFLUENCE OF SEASONAL MIGRATION ON GEOGRAPHIC-DISTRIBUTION OF MITOCHONDRIAL-DNA HAPLOTYPES IN HUMPBACK WHALES. (2012). For the Underwater Record ... A RANGE OF MARINE SPECIES LIVE SURPRISINGLY LONG LIVES. Now a PhD candidate at Stanford in the lab of evolutionary biologist Stephen Palumbi, López-Nandam has spent the past six years in the Marshall Islands, American Samoa and Palau, and at Hopkins Marine Station in Monterey, Calif., analyzing the genetics of coral to determine how they have adapted to major stressors such as mass bleaching events and nuclear bombing. Unexpected patterns of fisheries collapse in the world's oceans. Steve helped write, research and also appears in the BBC series The Future is Wild and the History Channel's World Without People. A., Baker, C. S., Vant, M., Steel, D. J., Medrano-Gonzalez, L., & Palumbi, S. R. (2009). PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, 96(18), 10272–77. Evolutionary animation: How do molecular phylogenies compare to Mayr"s reconstruction of speciation patterns in the sea? NATURE CLIMATE CHANGE, 9(8), 632-+. The lab is already full of busy students by the … What does the Nobel Prize have to do with this? Transcriptome-wide polymorphisms of red abalone (Haliotis rufescens) reveal patterns of gene flow and local adaptation. Nature Communications, 5, 3652-? SCIENCE, 229(4712), 487–88. PLOS ONE, 5(1). Molecular genetics of ecological diversification: Duplication and rapid evolution of toxin genes of the venomous gastropod Conus. Therkildsen, N. O., & Palumbi, S. R. (2017). Trends in Cell Biology, 24(5), 265–67. The site facilitates research and collaboration in academic endeavors. Lopez, E. H., & Palumbi, S. R. (2019). Are Antarctic minke whales unusually abundant because of 20th century whaling? Palumbi, S. R. (2012). (2005). Stephen Palumbi, Bo Wang and Yunzhi Peter Yang received a grant from the Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment for identifying factors that affect coral reef’s resistance to bleaching using Yang lab’s newly developed high throughput bioprinting platform. Intraspecific divergence in sperm morphology of the green sea urchin, Strongylocentrotus droebachiensis: implications for selection in broadcast spawners. Education 1974-1978 The Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD, B.A. Impacts of biodiversity loss on ocean ecosystem services. Michelou, V. K., Caporaso, J. G., Knight, R., & Palumbi, S. R. (2013). Stephen Palumbi, a marine biologist and director of Stanford University’s Hopkins Marine Station in Pacific Grove, started extracting DNA from whale meat in … CURRENT BIOLOGY, 15(14), R544–R545. Sheets, E. A., Warner, P. A., & Palumbi, S. R. (2018). Professor Palumbi's own research interests are similarly widespread, and he has published on the genetics and evolution of sea urchins, whales, cone CONSERVATION GENETICS, 14(1), 103–14. Science , 344(6186), 895–98. Ocean acidification research in the 'post-genomic' era: Roadmaps from the purple sea urchin Strongylocentrotus purpuratus. 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