NYCEP Alumnus Profile

Eva Garrett

Postdoctoral Research Fellow Department of Anthropology and Archeology The University of Calgary

Education

B.A. 2005, University of Texas at Austin Ph.D. 2015, City University of New York

Contact

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Website: www.ecgarrett.com

Publications

2014. Garrett EC and Steiper ME. Strong Links between genomic and anatomical diversity of both mammalian olfactory chemosensory systems. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences: 281(1783).
 
2013. Garrett EC, Dennis JC, Bhatnagar KP, Durham EL, Burrows AM, Bonar CJ, Steckler NK, Morrison EE, Smith TD. The vomeronasal complex of nocturnal strepsirhines and implications for the ancestral condition in primates. The Anatomical Record: 296(12) 1881-1894.
 
2011. Smith TD, Garrett EC, Bhatnagar KP, Bonar CJ, Bruening A, Dennis JC, Kinzinger JH, Johnson EW, Morrison EE. The vomeronasal organ of New World Monkeys (Platyrrhini). The Anatomical Record: 2158-2178.
 
2011. Smith TD, Dennis JC, Bhatnagar KP, Garrett EC, Bonar CJ, Morrison EE. Olfactory marker protein expression in the vomeronasal neuroepithelium of tamarins (Saguinus spp). Brain Research (1375): 7‐1.
 
PUBLISHED ABSTRACTS and CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS
 
2014. Garrett EC.  Effects of mating system and color vision on the primate vomeronasal organ. Presented as a talk at the International Primatological Society Meetings, Hanoi, Vietnam, August 2014.
 
2014. Garret EC. Life History variables and vomeronasal groove length in primates. AmericanJournalofPhysicalAnthropology.153 (S58): 124. [abstract]. Presented as a poster at the Annual Meeting of the American Association of Physical Anthropologists, Calgary, AB, April 2014.
 
2013. Garrett EC and Steiper ME. Testing the color vision priority hypothesis in primates: acquisition of trichromatic color vision affects the vomeronasal system and not the main olfactory system. PaleoAnthropology. 2013: A13 [abstract]. Presented as a talk at the Paleoanthropology Society Meetings, Honolulu, HI, April 2013.
 
2011. Steiper ME and Garrett EC. Testing the correlation between the anatomical structures of odorant and pheromone perception and their corresponding gene families in primates and other mammals. AmericanJournalofPhysicalAnthropology.144 (S52): 284-285. [abstract]. Presented as a poster at the Annual Meeting of the American Association of Physical Anthropologists, Minneapolis, MN, April 2011.  
 
2011. Smith TD, Garrett EC, Bhatnagar KP, Bonar CJ, Breuning AE, Dennis JC. New findings on the vomeronasal complex of platyrrhine primates. AmericanJournalofPhysicalAnthropology.144 (S52): 279. [abstract]. Presented as a poster at the Annual Meeting of the American Association of Physical Anthropologists, Minneapolis, MN, April 2011. 
 
2011. Garrett EC and Smith TD. Reconstructing the vomeronasal system of the earliest primates. AmericanJournalofPhysicalAnthropology.144 (S52): 140. [abstract]. Presented as a poster at the Annual Meeting of the American Association of Physical Anthropologists, Minneapolis, MN, April 2011. 
 
2010. Garrett EC. Getting in the groove: indirect observations of the primate vomeronasal system using
CT. AmericanJournalofPhysicalAnthropology141 (S50): 109. [abstract]. Presented as a poster at the Annual Meeting of the American Association of Physical Anthropologists, Albuquerque, NM, April 2010. 
 
2009. Garrett EC, Smith TD, Burrows AM, Bonar CJ. Osteological correlates of the vomeronasal system in primates. AmericanJournalofPhysicalAnthropology (S48):132. [abstract]. Presented as a poster at the Annual Meeting of the American Association of Physical Anthropologists, Chicago, IL, April 2009. 
 
2008. Garrett EC and Delson E. Geometric morphometric analysis of the ontogeny of canine and craniofacial growth inColobus guereza: implications for its lack of canine dimorphism. AmericanJournal ofPhysicalAnthropology 135 (S46):101. [abstract]. Presented as a poster at the Annual Meeting of the American Association of Physical Anthropologists, Columbus, OH, April 2008. 
 
2008. Steiper ME, Swedell L, Chowdhury S, Garrett EC. A comparison of inexpensive methods for obtaining DNA from the feces of baboons. AmericanJournalofPhysicalAnthropology 135(S46):200. [abstract]. Presented as a poster at the Annual Meeting of the American Association of Physical Anthropologists, Columbus, OH, April 2008.