Hello! I’m Ellie Diamant, currently a Ph.D. student in the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at UCLA in the Yeh Lab. Broadly, I’m interested in avian behavior and sexual selection as a lens to understand avian behavioral ecology and evolutionary responses to ecological change. I’m interested in the effect of anthropogenic change on animal behavior through basic science questions. For my Ph.D. thesis, I am exploring an urban colonization success story – the Dark-eyed Junco – and understanding behavioral, morphological, and genomic adaptation across Southern Californian urban cities.
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06/2018 – Published a paper (Stanback et al. 2018) in Wilson Journal of Ornithology “Eastern Bluebirds (Sialia sialis) do not abandon their chosen nest site in response to a single visit by a nest predator”
05/2018 – Received a Lida Scott Brown Research Grant to continue a pilot season exploring urban adaptation in Dark-eyed Juncos and behavioral inheritance.
06/2016 – Received a WOS Research Grant from the Wilson Ornithological Society to continue conducting my work on characterizing the male-like female morph across the hummingbird lineage!