CURRICULUM VITALINDA MORRISON Department of Biology University of Utah Salt Lake City, Utah 84112-0840 EMAIL: lmorrison @biology.utah.edu
EDUCATION Miami University - M.S. 1986 - Botany, Major Advisors: Dr. L.A. Kapustka, Dr. K.G. Wilson Miami University, Oxford, Ohio- B.S. 1982- Botany
PROFFESIONAL EXPERIENCE Sr. Research Specialist, W. K. Potts Laboratory, Department of Biology, University of Utah, August 1996 -present Sr. Research Specialist, R. H. Ward Laboratory, Department of Human Genetics, University of Utah, September 1990- July 1996 Research Associate, NPI , Salt Lake City, Utah, March 1986 - August 1990 Senior Research Technician, NPI , Salt Lake City, Utah, March 1985 - March 86 Lab Technician, L.A. Kapustka Laboratory, Department of Botany, Miami University September 1978 –September 1982
2017 Ruff, J.S., Cornwall, D.H., Morrison,L.C.,Cauceglia, J.W., Nelson, A.C., Gaukler, S.M., Meagher, S., Carroll, L.S. & Potts, W.K. Sexual selection constrains the body mass of male but not female mice. Ecol Evol. 2017; 00:1–5. doi:10.1002/ece3.2753.
2016 Gaukler, S.M, Ruff, J.S., Galland, T., Underwood T.K., Kandaris, K.A., Liu, N.M., Morrison, L.C., Veranth, J.M. & Potts, W.K., Quantification of cerivastatin toxicity supports Organismal Performance Assays as an effective tool during pharmaceutical safety assessment. Evol Appl. 9: 685-695.
2016 Gaukler, S.M, Ruff, J.S. & Potts, Paroxetine exposure skews litter sex ratios in mice suggesting a Trivers-Willard process. Behav Ecol. Online ahead of print
2016 Gaukler, S.M, Ruff, J.S., Galland, T., Underwood T.K., Kandaris, K.A., Liu, N.M., Morrison, L.C., Veranth, J.M. and & Potts, Quantification of cerivastatin toxicity supports Organismal Performance Assays as an effective tool during pharmaceutical safety assessment. Evol Appl. Online ahead of print.
2016 Gaukler, S.M, Ruff, J.S., Morrison, L.C. & Potts, Rofecoxib-induced deleterious effects escape detection by organismal performance assays. J Pharm Negative Results. 7: 4-11.
2015 Gaukler,S.M. Ruff, J.S., Morrison,L.C. & Potts,Rofecoxib-induced deleterious effects escape detection by organismal performance assays.J Pharm Negative Results [serial online] 2016 [cited 2016 Mar 10];7:4-11.
2015 Kubinak, J.L., Stephens, W.Z., Soto, R., Petersen, C., Chiaro, T., Gogokhia, L., Bell, R., Ajami, N.J., Petrosino, J.F., Morrison, L., Potts, W.K., Jensen, P.E., O’Connell, R.M., & Round, J.L. MHC variation sculpts individualized microbial communities that control susceptibility to enteric infection. Nature Communications 6, Article number: 8642
2015 Ruff, J.S., Saffarini, R.B., Ramoz, L.L., Morrison, L.C., Baker, S., Laverty, S.M., Tvrdik,P. & Potts, W.K. Fitness assays reveal incomplete functional redundancy of the HoxA1 and HoxB1 paralogs of mice. Genetics 201, 727-736.
2015 Ruff, J.S., Hugentobler, S.A., Suchy, A.K.,Sosa, M.M, Tanner, R.E., Hite, M.E., Morrison, L.C. Gieng, S.H., Shigenaga, M.K. and W.K. Potts. Compared to Sucrose, Previous Consumption of Fructose and Glucose Monosaccharides Reduces Survival and Fitness of Female Mice. The Journal of Nutrition.
2015 Gaukler, S.M., Ruff, J.R., Galland, T., Kandarisa, K.A., Underwood, T.K. Liua, N.M.,Young, E.L., Morrison, L.C., Yost, G.S. and W.K. Potts. Low-dose paroxetine exposure causes lifetime declines in male mouse body weight, reproduction and competitive ability as measured by the novel organismal performance assay. Neurotoxicology and Teratology 57:46-53.
2013 Ruff, J.S., Suchy, A.K., Hugentobler, S.A., Schwartz B.L., Morrison, L.C., Gieng, S.H., Shigenaga, M.K & W.K. Potts. Human-relevant levels of added sugar consumption increase female mortality and lower male fitness in mice. Nature Communications 4, Article number: 2245
2008 Ilmonen, P., K. Damjanovich, J. Clarke, D. Lamborn, L. Morrison, L. Ghotbi, D.J. Penn, and W.K. Potts. Experimental infection magnifies inbreeding depression in house mice. J. Evol. Biol. 21:834-841.
2007 Ilmonen, P. D.J. Penn, K. Damjanovich, L. Morrison, L. Ghotbi and W.K. Potts. Major histocompatibility complex heterozygosity reduces fitness in experimentally infected mice. Genetics 176:2501-2508.
2004 Carroll, L., S. Meagher, L. Morrisson, D. Penn, W.K. Potts. Fitness effects of a selfish gene are revealed in an ecological context. Evolution 58:1318-1328.
2004 McClelland, E.E., K. Damjanovich, K. Gardner, Z.J. Groesbeck, M.S. Ma, M. Nibley, K.S. Richardson, M. Wilkinson, L.C. Morrison, P. Bernhardt, W.K. Potts. Infection-dependent phenotypes in MHC-congenic mice are not due to MHC: can we trust congenic animals? BMC Immunology, 5:14.
1998 Anderson J.L. J.F. Carlquist, G. J. King, L. Morrison, M.J. Thomson, E.H. Ludwig , J. B. Muhlestein, T.L. Bair and R.H. Ward. Angiotensin-Converting Enzyme Genotypes and Risk for Myocardial Infarction in Women. Journal of the American College of Cardiology, 31:4:790-796
1997 Anderson J.L. J.F. Carlquist, G. J. King, L. Morrison, M.J. Thomson, E.H. Ludwig , J. B. Muhlestein, T.L. Bair and R.H. Ward. Angiotensin-converting enzyme genotypes and risk for myocardial infarction in women. Journal of the American College of Cardiology, 29 (2), 7235-7235
1997 Rotimi, C., R. Cooper, O. Ogunbiyi, L. Morrison, Lapido M, Tewksbury D, R. Ward. Hypertension, serumangiotensinogen, and molecular variants of the angiotensinogen gene among Nigerians. Circulation. 95:2348-2350
1997 Forrester, T., N. McFarlane-Anderson, F. Bennett, R. Wilks, R. Cooper, C. Rotimi, L. Morrison and R. Ward. The Angiotensin Converting Enzyme and Blood Pressure in Jamaicans Am J Hypertens 10, 519–524
1996 Rotimi, C., A. Puras, R. Cooper, N. McFarlane-Anderson , T. Forester, O. Ogunbiyi, L. Morrison, R. Ward. Polymorphisms of Renin-Angiotensin Genes Among Nigerians, Jamaicans, and African Americans . Hypertension. 27:3:558-562
1996 Forrester, T., N. McFarlane-Anderson,R. Wilks, A. Puras,R. Cooper, C. Rotimi, R. Durazo, D. Tewksbury, L. Morrison, F. Bannet. Angiotensinogen and blood pressure among blacks: findings from a community survey in Jamaica. Journal of Hypertension. 14(3):315-321
1994 Rotimi, C., L. Morrison, R. Cooper and C. Oyejide. Angiotensinogen gene in human hypertension: lack of an association of the 235T allele among African Americans. Hypertension. 24(5)591-594
1994 Marshall, H.W., L.C. Morrison, L.L. Wu, J.L. Anderson, P.S. Corneli, D.M. Stauffer, A. Allen, L.A. Karagounis, and R.H. Ward. Apolipoprotein polymorphisms fail to define risk of coronary artery disease: results of a prospective, angiographically controled study. Circulation. 89(2)567-577
1993 Rotim, C.N., R.S. Cooper, R.H. Ward, L. Morrison. The role of the angiotensinogen gene in human hypertension: absence of an association among African Americans. Genet Epidemiol 10, 339
1988 Kapustka, L.A., L.C. Morrison, J.D. DuBois. Dinitrogen fixation in the wet meadows and emergent zones of two Nebraska sandhills lakes. American Midland Naturalist. 120(2)399-404
1986 Morrison, L.C., J.D. DuBois and L.A. Kapustka. The vegetational response of a Nebraska sandhills grassland to a naturally occurring fall burn. Prairie Nat. 18:(3)179-184