Leopoldina Menü

Leopoldina Home

Members

List of Members | Expert Search

Search among the members of the Leopoldina for experts in specific fields or research topics. After entering a name in the "Name" field, click on "Search" to go directly to a member profile. With the input and selection in the fields "City" and „Country", you can limit your search locally or regionally, or target specific sections of the Leopoldina. Alternatively or in combination a full-text search is possible for all member profiles - use the upper input field. The use of operators like AND, NOT or * is permitted in the full-text search. For example, you may search for "genetics" or "*genet*" to get results with "genetic" or "molecular genetics". For a new search please click on the following link or use the full-text search in the right column.

New Search

Prof. Ph.D.

Robert Eugene Page

Year of election: 2009
Section: Organismic and Evolutionary Biology
City: Tempe
Country: USA

Research

Robert Page has contributed substantially to an understanding the evolutionary biology of social insects. He employed molecular markers and provided the first quantitative demonstration of low genetic relatedness in highly eusocial species. He proposed and experimentally validated a hypothesis for the evolution of polyandry based on genic sex determination. Robert Page pioneered genetic mapping in social insects by mapping quantitative trait loci for many behavioral and physiological traits. He and his colleagues isolated and validated the single complementary sex determination (csd) gene of the honeybee. Recent research in Dr. Page's laboratory revealed links between reproductive physiology and behavio, casting new light on the evolution of division of labor in honeybees.

Career

  • since 1989 full professor at University of California Davis, USA
  • 1980 Ph.D. in Entomology from University of California Davis, USA

CONTACT

Leopoldina

Archive


Emil-Abderhalden-Str. 35
06108 Halle (Saale)

Phone 0345 - 47 239 - 122
Fax 0345 - 47 239 - 139
E-Mail archiv @leopoldina.org