Federal Grant Support

Current Federal Funding to McGuire:

National Science Foundation (Biodiversity Discovery & Analysis, DEB 1457845), Collaborative Research: A Biotic Inventory of Terrestrial Vertebrates, Spiders, and Haemosporidian Parasites of Sulawesi, Indonesia, 2015-2017.

National Science Foundation (Systematic Biology, DEB 1258185), Comparative Biogeography of the Lesser Sundas Islands of Indonesia: Diversification Across a Two-Way Filter Barrier, 2013-2016.

 

Prior Federal Funding to McGuire:

National Science Foundation (Biological Research Collections, DBI 0846349), Conversion of the Museum of Vertebrate Zoology Genetic Resources Collection from Ultra-cold to Liquid Nitrogen Storage, 2009-2012.

National Science Foundation (Systematic Biology, DEB 0640967), Comparative biogeography of Sulawesi – Phylogenetic and coalescent analyses of diversification in frogs, lizards, and monkeys, 2007-2010. Abstract

National Science Foundation (Systematic Biology, DEB 0543556), The phylogenetic and biogeographic history of high-altitude adaptation in hummingbirds: selection on hemoglobin proteins as a function of oxygen supply and demand, 2006-2009. Abstract

National Science Foundation (REU Supplement, DEB 0830982), The Phylogenetic and Biogeographic History of High Altitude Adaptation in Hummingbirds: Selection on Hemoglobin Proteins as a Function of Oxygen Supply and Demand, 2007.

National Science Foundation (REU Supplement, DEB 0724679), The Phylogenetic and Biogeographic History of High Altitude Adaptation in Hummingbirds: Selection on Hemoglobin Proteins as a Function of Oxygen Supply and Demand, 2007. Funded proposal

National Science Foundation (Systematic Biology, DEB 0330750), Evolution of flight performance in hummingbirds, 2001-2005.

National Science Foundation (Biotic Surveys and Inventories, DEB 0328700), Biotic survey of the reptiles and amphibians of Sulawesi, Indonesia, 2002-2007. Abstract

National Science Foundation (Biological Research Collections, DBI 0132303), Development of a Distributed Information Network of North American Herpetological Databases (HerpNet), 2004.

National Science Foundation (Biological Research Collections, DBI 0138577), Upgrading the LSU Collection of Herpetological Genetic Resources to Liquid Nitrogen Storage, 2002-2004.

 

 

Prior Student Federal Research Grants:

National Science Foundation (Systematic Biology, DEB 1311006), Dissertation Research: Phylogenetic Community Ecology and Diversification of Hyperoliid Frogs in the Afrotropics, 2013. Dan Portik’s doctoral dissertation improvement grant.

National Science Foundation (Systematic Biology, DEB 0909811), Dissertation Research: A Genomic Approach to Resolving the Origin of and Evolution of Turtles, 2008. Jon Fong’s doctoral dissertation improvement grant.

National Science Foundation (Systematic Biology, DEB 0909821), Dissertation Research: Identifying and Measuring Components of Reproductive Isolation Between Terminal Forms of the Ensatina eschscholtzii Ring Species Complex, 2008. Tom Devitt's doctoral dissertation improvement grant.

National Science Foundation (Systematic Biology, DEB 0808344), Dissertation Research: Biogeography of Sumatra and the Mentawai Islands: Phylogeographic studies of Southeast Asian flying lizards (Agamidae: Draco), 2007. Shobi Lawalata’s doctoral dissertation improvement grant.

National Science Foundation (Systematic Biology, DEB 0709885), Dissertation Research: The phylogenetic history of Plestiodon and a new empirical perspective on multi-locus molecular dating methods, 2007. Matthew Brandley’s doctoral dissertation improvement grant.

National Science Foundation (Systematic Biology, DEB 0710174), Dissertation Research: Phylogenetic and color structure in Andean hummingbird communities, 2007. Juan Parra’s doctoral dissertation improvement grant, for which I am a co-PI with Craig Moritz.

National Science Foundation (Systematic Biology, DEB 0508929), Dissertation Research: Gene trees vs. species trees: Deciphering species limits in a contact zone between fence lizards in the Sceloporus undulatus species complex, 2006. Adam Leaché’s doctoral dissertation improvement grant. Abstract