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Marieke Jones

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About:
Marieke is passionate about helping people understand complex concepts and gain quantitative skills. In her role as the Research Data Specialist she is teaches data analysis skills through open enrollment workshops in the library and through courses in the Biomedical Sciences program (BIMS8382 and BIMS8380). Marieke is delighted to be able to hone her own data science skills while impacting the direction of libraries towards helping people access all the information contained in data!
 
Education: 
PhD Environmental Science and Policy, George Mason University, 2017
BS Biopsychology & Environmental Studies, Tufts University, 2009
 
Publications: 

Jones, M.K., L. Reiter, M. Gilmore, E. Freeman, N. Songsasen. 2018. Physiological impacts of housing maned wolves (Chrysocyon brachyurus) with female relatives or unrelated males. General and Comparative Endocrinology, Vol. 267. pp 109-115. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ygcen.2018.06.007

Burrell, C., L. Luo, E. Freeman, M. Jones, C. Aitken-Palmer. 2018. Hematology and serum biochemistry values of the red panda subspecies (Ailurus fulgens styani). Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine, Vol. 49, No. 2, pp. 384-395. https://doi.org/10.1638/2017-0104.1

Kester, M., E. Freeman, N. Songsasen, T. Huff. 2016. Automated headspace solid-phase microextraction of urinary VOCs from 11 maned wolves (Chrysocyon brachyurus): a recursive workflow for GC-MS analysis. In: Schulte, BA, TE Goodwin, MH Ferkin (eds) Chemical Signals in Vertebrates 13, Springer New York, NY, pp 477-498

Luther, D., T. Brooks, S. Butchart, M. Hayward, M. Kester, J. Lamoreux, A. Upgren. 2016. Determinants of bird conservation action implementation and associated population trends of threatened species. Conservation Biology, 16: 1338-1346. https://doi.org/10.1111/cobi.12757

 
Acknowledgements: 

Seifu, S, Tanabe, K, & Hauck, F. 2019. The prevalence of elevated blood lead levels in foreign-born refugee children upon arrival to the US and the adequacy of follow-up treatment. Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10903-019-00878-6

Fazio, JM, Freeman, EW, Bauer, E, Rockwood, L, & Parsons, ECM. 2018. Evaluation of management in North American zoos to enhance breeding success of the fishing cat (Prionailurus viverrinus) ex situ population. Zoo Biology. https://doi.org/10.1002/zoo.21465

Belyea, BC, Xu, F, Sequeira-Lopez, MLS, & Gomez, RA. 2018. Leukemia development initiated by deletion of RBP-J: mouse strain, deletion efficiency, and cell of origin. Disease Models & Mechanisms, dmm.036731. https://doi.org/10.1242/dmm.036731

Still, KM, Batista, SJ, Thompson, JA, Hayes, NW, O’Brien, CA, & Harris, TH. 2018. The damage signal IL-33 promotes a focal protective myeloid cell response to Toxoplasma gondii in the brain. https://doi.org/10.1101/338400

 

Presentations: 

Jones, M.K. 2018. Not your mother’s library: integration of data services in an academic library. Women in Statistics and Data Science, Cincinnati, OH. (Oral Presentation)
Jones, M.K., L.E. Reiter, M.P Gilmore, E.W. Freeman, N. Songsasen. 2017. Ovarian fecal hormone metabolite monitoring provides evidence of induced ovulation in the maned wolf (Chrysocyon brachyurus). International Society of Wildlife Endocrinology, Orlando, FL. (Oral Presentation)
Kester, M.E., & J.R. Schwebach. 2016. Positive student response to engaging lecture videos with embedded activities implemented in hybrid online course, Biostatistics for Biology Majors. Innovations in Teaching and Learning, Fairfax, VA. (Poster) 
Kester, M.E. 2016. Interactive lecture videos in a distance-learning course, Biostatistics for Biology Majors. In: Nelson, J., D. Gerasimova, A. Samaras, L. Bland, M. Hjalmarson. Implementation of interactive teaching strategies across STEM disciplines. Innovations in Teaching and Learning, Fairfax, VA. (Poster) 
Kester, M.E., Z.M. Abdala, N. Songsasen, T.B. Huff. 2014. Urinary volatile compounds differ by season and sex in the maned wolf (Chrysocyon brachyurus). Joint meeting of the International Society for Chemical Ecology and the Chemical Signals in Vertebrates Group, Champaign, IL. (Oral Presentation) 
Kester, M.E., T.B. Huff, E.W. Freeman, T.E. Goodwin, N. Songsasen. 2013. The solitary maned wolf uses scent signals to ensure reproductive success. Society of Conservation Biology 26th International Congress on Conservation Biology, Baltimore, MD. (Oral Presentation and Poster)
 
In preparation:
Jones, M.K., E.W. Freeman, T.B. Huff, N. Songsasen. Testosterone dependence of urinary volatile compounds in the maned wolf, Chrysocyon brachyurus.
Jones, M.K., N. Songsasen, E.W. Freeman. Evidence of reproductive suppression in group-housed female maned wolves, Chrysocyon brachyurus.
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