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Education and Degrees
2002 Ph.D., University of Chicago, Committee on Evolutionary Biology
1996 M.Sc. University of Washington Department of Zoology
1993 Sc.B. Aquatic Biology, Brown University; Magna cum Laude and departmental honors.
Collin, R. 2012. Non-traditional life history choices: What can “intermediates” tell us about evolutionary transitions between modes of invertebrate development? Integrative and Comparative Biology. 52 (1): 128-137.
Collin, R. 2012. Temperature-mediated trade-offs in the life histories of two slipper limpets (Gastropoda: Calyptraeidae) with planktotrophic development. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society. 106: 763-775.
Collin, R. and M. Miglietta. 2008. Reversing opinions on Dollo's Law. Trends in Ecology and Evolution. 23: 602-609.
Collin, R. 2004. The loss of complex characters, phylogenetic effects, and the evolution of development in a family of marine gastropods. Evolution. 58 (7): 1488-1502.
Collin, R. 2001. The effects of mode of development on phylogeography and population structure of North Atlantic Crepidula (Gastropoda: Calyptraeidae). Molecular Ecology. 10: 2249-2262.