Eric Olaf Stiner
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Board Member of the Island and Seas non-profit conservation organization
Ph.D. Fellow University of California at Riverside Department of Evolution, Ecology & Organismal Biology
M.A. Columbia University NYC Department of Ecology, Evolution & Environmental Biology (E3B)
Current research interests include molecular ecology with an emphasis on conservation genetics and understanding biodiversity with systematics. Areas of the world I am currently working include Latin America, South America, and Indonesia with a focus on the biology of island systems.
A. Garcia-Espana, T.Sun, C. Pei-Jung , I. Neil Sarkar, E. Stiner, R. DeSalle. 2008. The Evolutionary History of the Tetraspanin Superfamily. Genomics 91(4): 326-334. [PDF)
K. J. Olival, E. O. Stiner, and S. L. Perkins. 2007. Detection of Hepatocystis sp. in Southeast Asian Flying Foxes (Pteropodidae) using Microscopic and Molecular Methods. Journal of Parasitology 93(6): 14384-1540. [PDF]
E. Stiner & A. Turmelle. 2003. Galagid taxonomy and the placement of the needle-clawed galago (Euoticus): Based on cytochrome b, 12S and 16S partial sequences African Primates 6:20-26. [PDF]
E. E. Sarmiento, E. O. Stiner, & E. G. E. Brooks. 2003. Red-tail monkey Cercopithecus ascanius distinguishing characters and distribution. African Primates 5:18-24. [PDF]
E E. Sarmiento , E. Stiner, K Mowbray. 2002. Morphology-based systematics (MBS) and problems with fossil hominoid and hominid systematics. The Anatomical Record (The New Anatomist) 269(1):50-66. [PDF]
  E. Torres, Stiner,E., Gonzalez V., Heras, J.,-VAL- Dez D.-Palacios M., 2010 Spatial and temporal speciation patterns in two clades of Caribbean marine ostracodes. The Joint annual meeting of the Society for the Study of Evolution (SSE), the Society of Systematic Biologists (SSB), and the American Society of Naturalists. Oregon Convention Center.
  E. O. Stiner and S.L. Perkins. 2005. Prevalence, Diversity, and Phylogeny of Malaria. 35th Annual North American Symposium on Bat Research Sacramento, CA.
  E. O. Stiner & A. Turmelle. 2003. Exemplar taxonomic position of Needle Clawed Galagos (Euoticus): A molecular characterization. Northeast Ecology & Evolution Conference Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ.
  E. O. Stiner and E. E. Sarmiento. 2003. Climatological differences in areas inhabited by African ape taxa and Plio-Pleistocene hominoid/hominid fossil ecology and systematics. The 72nd Annual Meetings of the American Association of Physical Anthropolgists, Tempe, AZ.
  E. O. Stiner & E. E. Sarmiento. 2002. Diagnosing Hominid Fossils: a look at the mid- meningeal vessel patterns of Sts 5. The 71st annual meeting of the American Association of Physical Anthropologists, Buffalo, NY.
  E. O. Stiner and N. B. Simmons. 2002. Additional support for the phylogeny of Megadermatidae. Bat Research News 42(4):181.
  N. B. Simmons and E. O. Stiner. 2001. Phylogenetic relationships of extant megadermatid bats: Preliminary results based on morphology. Bat Research News 41:139.