2021 Wolf, S.E. & Rosvall, K.A. (2021). A multi-tissue view on telomere dynamics and postnatal growth. Accepted Journal of Experimental Zoology: Part A.
Wolf, S.E., Sanders, T.L.*, Beltran, S.E.*, & Rosvall, K.A. (2021). The telomere regulatory gene POT1 responds to stress and predicts performance in nature: implications for telomeres and life history evolution, Molecular Ecology, 00, 1– 17.
Covered by Indiana University ScIU Blog: “Part II: How behavioral ecology is connecting the dots between early-life stress and aging” (https://blogs.iu.edu/sciu/2019/05/28/early-life-stress-birds/)
George, E.M., Wolf, S.E., Bentz, A.B., & Rosvall, K.A. (2021). Testing hormonal responses to real and simulated social challenges in a competitive female bird. Accepted Behavioral Ecology.
Wolf, S.E., Stansberry, K.R.*, Content, K.R., & Rosvall, K.A. (2021). A putative telomerase activator has tissue-specific effects on telomere length in a developing songbird. Journal of Avian Biology, 52(2), e02639.
Bentz, A.B., George, E.M., Wolf, S.E., Rusch, D.B., Podicheti, R., Buechlein, A., & Rosvall, K.A. (2021). Experimental competition induces immediate and lasting effects on the neurogenome in free-living female birds. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 118(13).
2017 Wolf, S. E., Swaddle, J. P., Cristol, D. A., & Buchser, W. J. (2017). Methylmercury Exposure Reduces the Auditory Brainstem Response of Zebra Finches (Taeniopygia guttata).Journal of the Association for Research in Otolaryngology, 18(4), 569-579.