Sarah Kocher

Assistant Professor, EEB and LSI
Behavioral and Evolutionary Genomics
Phone: 
609-258-9467
Email Address: 
skocher@princeton.edu
Assistant: 
Office Location: 
143 Carl Icahn Lab
Publications List: 

Kocher, SD, Mallarino, RM, Rubin, BER, Yu, DW, Hoekstra, HE, and Pierce, NE. (2018) The genetic basis of a social polymorphism in halictid bees. Nature Communications. In press.

Wittwer, BW, Hefetz, A, Simon, T, Murphy, LEK, Elgar, MA, Pierce, NE, and Kocher, SD. (2017) Solitary bees reduce investment in communication compared with their social relatives. PNAS, 114(25): 6569-6574.

Fu, F, Kocher, SD, Nowak, MA (2014). The risk-return tradeoff between solitary and eusocial reproduction. Ecology Letters, 18(1), 74-84.

Kocher, SD*, Pellissier, L*, Veller, C, Purcell, J, Nowak, M, Chapuisat, M, and Pierce, NE. (2014) Transitions in social complexity along altitudinal gradients reveal a dual impact of climate on social evolution. Proc Roy Soc B. 281 (1787): 20140627.

Kocher, SD*, Li, C*, Yang, W, Tan, H, Yi, SV, Yang, X, Hoekstra, HE, Zhang, G, Pierce, NE, Yu, DW. (2013) The genome of a socially polymorphic halictid bee, Lasioglossum albipes. Genome Biology 14(12):R142.