Peer-Reviewed Publications

Callier, V., S. Hand, J. Campbell, T. Biddulph, and J. Harrison. 2015. Developmental Changes in Hypoxic Exposure and Responses to Anoxia in Drosophila melanogaster, Journal of Experimental Biology

Harrison, J., A. W. Shingleton, V. Callier, 2015. Stunted by developing in hypoxia: linking comparative and model organism studies, Physiological and Biochemical Zoology

Callier, V., R. Singiser, and N. L. Vanderford, 2015. The parlous state of academia, Australian Universities’ Review 57(1): 13-16.

Callier, V., S. Greenbaum, and N. L. Vanderford. 2014. The traditional training of PhDs threatens the technology transfer and entrepreneurship pipeline while innovative programs provide unique recovery opportunities, Technology Transfer and Entrepreneurship 2(1): 51-58.

Callier, V., R. Singiser, and N. L. Vanderford. 2014. Connecting undergraduate science education with the needs of today’s graduates, F1000Research 3: 279. 

Callier, V. and N. L. Vanderford. 2014. PhD Trainees should be empowered to leverage dueling priorities, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Education 42(6): 455-456.

Nijhout, H. F. and V. Callier, 2014. Developmental mechanisms of body size and wing-body scaling in insects, Annual Review of Entomology 60: 8.1-8.16

Callier, V. and H. F. Nijhout, 2014. Plasticity of insect body size in response to oxygen: integrating molecular and physiological mechanisms, Current Opinion in Insect Science 1: 59-65.

Callier, V., A. W. Shingleton, C. Brent, S. M. Ghosh, J. Kim, and J. F. Harrison, 2013. The role of reduced oxygen on the developmental physiology of growth and metamorphosis in Drosophila, Journal of Experimental Biology 216: 4334-4340 * shortlisted for the JEB Outstanding Paper of the Year Prize

Nijhout, H. F. and V. Callier, 2013. A new mathematical approach for qualitative modeling of the insulin-TOR-MAPK network, Frontiers in Physiology 4: 245.

Nijhout H. F., L. M. Riddiford, C. M. Mirth, A. W. Shingleton, Y. Suzuki, and V. Callier, 2013. The developmental control of size in insects, Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews in Developmental Biology doi:10.1002/wdev.124

Callier, V. and H. F. Nijhout, 2013. Body size determination in insects: a review and synthesis of size- and brain-dependent and independent mechanisms, Biological Reviews 88(4): 944-54.

Harrison, J. F., J. S. Waters, A. J. Cease, J. M. VandenBrooks, V. Callier, C. Jaco Klok, K. Shaffer, and J. J. Socha, 2013. How locusts breathe, Physiology 28: 18-27.

Callier, V. and H. F. Nijhout, 2012. Supply-side constraints are insufficient to explain metabolic scaling in the tobacco hornworm, Manduca sexta, PLoS One 7(9): e45455.

Callier, V. and H. F. Nijhout, 2011. Control of body size by oxygen supply reveals size-dependent and size-independent mechanisms of molting and metamorphosis, PNAS 108 (35): 14664-14669.

Callier, V., J. A. Clack and P. E. Ahlberg, 2009. Contrasting developmental trajectories in the earliest known tetrapod forelimbs, Science 324 (5925): 364-367.