Jennifer Wang, Ph.D.

Research Associate

LSC 164F

(501) 450-3146

Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley

Research Interests:

Behavioral ecology, ornithology, breeding behavior
Students interested in undergraduate research are encouraged to contact Dr. Wang.


J. M. Wang and S. R. Beissinger. 2011. Partial incubation: Its occurrence, distribution, and quantification. Auk 128(3): 454–466.

J. M. Wang, S. R. Beissinger, and M. K. Firestone. 2011. Do microbial processes influence infection rate and viability of avian eggs in the temperate zone? Tests in a Mediterranean environment. Ecology 92(5): 1137–1145.

J. M. Wang and S. R. Beissinger. 2009. Variation in the onset of incubation and its influence on avian hatching success and asynchrony. Animal Behaviour 78(3): 601–613.

J. M. Wang and W. W. Weathers. 2009. Egg laying, egg temperature, attentiveness, and incubation in the Western Bluebird. Wilson Journal of Ornithology 121(3): 512–520.

M. D. Shawkey, K. L. Kosciuch, M. Liu, F. C. Rohwer, E. R. Loos, J. M. Wang, and S. R. Beissinger. 2008. Do birds differentially distribute antimicrobial proteins within clutches of eggs? Behavioral Ecology 19(4): 290–297.

J. M. Wang. “The influence of small sample sizes on empirical Bayes’ predictors in longitudinal
data sets.” Proceedings of the Western Users of SAS Software. 2012. Cary,  NC: SAS Institute Inc.