Rebecca Stumpf

Description

Address

  • 4225 Beckman Institute
  • 405 North Mathews Avenue
  • Urbana, Illinois 61801

Honors

Guggenheim Fellow, 2016

Publications

  • 2016
    • Gaskins, H. R.; Wilson3, B. A.; Stumpf3, R. M.; White, B. A.; & 17 others. Gut Microbiome of Coexisting BaAka Pygmies and Bantu Reflects Gradients of Traditional Subsistence Patterns. Cell Reports 2016, 14, 9, 2142-2153.
    • Gomez, A.; Rothman, J. M.; Petrzelkova, K.; Yeoman, C. J.; Vlckova, K.; Umaña, J. D.; Carr, M.; Modry, D.; Todd, A.; Torralba, M.; Nelson, K. E.; Stumpf3, R. M.; Wilson3, B. A.; Blekhman, R.; White, B. A.; Leigh, S. R., Temporal variation selects for diet-microbe co-metabolic traits in the gut of Gorilla spp. ISME Journal 2016, 10, 2, 514-526.
    • Gomez, A.; Rothman, J. M.; Petrzelkova, K.; Yeoman, C. J.; Vlckova, K.; Umaña, J. D.; Carr, M.; Modry, D.; Todd, A.; Torralba, M.; Nelson, K. E.; Stumpf3, R. M.; Wilson3, B. A.; Blekhman, R.; White, B. A.; Leigh, S. R., Erratum: Temporal variation selects for diet-microbe co-metabolic traits in the gut of Gorilla spp. ISME Journal 2016, 10, 2, 532. DOI:10.1038/ismej.2015.252
    • Stumpf 3, R. M.; Gomez, A.; Amato, K. R.; Yeoman, C. J.; Polk, J. D.; Wilson3, B. A.; Nelson, K. E.; White, B. A. & Leigh; S. R., Microbiomes, metagenomics, and primate conservation: New strategies, tools, and applications. Biological Conservation 2016, 199, 56-66.
    • Vlcková, K.; Gomez, A.; Petrželková, K. J.; Whittier, C. A.; Todd, A. F.; Yeoman, C. J.; Nelson, K. E.; Wilson3, B. A.; Stumpf3, R. M.; Modrý, D.; White, B. A.; Leigh, S. R., Effect of Antibiotic Treatment on the Gastrointestinal Microbiome of Free-Ranging Western Lowland Gorillas (Gorilla g. gorilla). Microbial Ecology 2016, 1-12.
    • Amato, K. R.; Martinez-Mota, R.; Righini, N.; Raguet-Schofield, M.; Corcione, F. P.; Marini, E.; Humphrey, G.; Gogul, G.; Gaffney, J.; Lovelace, E.; Williams, L. S.; Luong, A.; Dominguez-Bello, M. G.; Stumpf, R. M.; White, B.; Nelson, K. E.; Knight, R.; Leigh, S. R., Phylogenetic and ecological factors impact the gut microbiota of two Neotropical primate species. Oecologia 2016, 180, 3, 717-733.
    • Bennett, G.; Malone, M.; Sauther, M. L.; Cuozzo, F. P.; White, B.; Nelson, K. E.; Stumpf, R. M.; Knight, R.; Leigh, S. R.; Amato, K. R., Host age, social group, and habitat type influence the gut microbiota of wild ring-tailed lemurs (Lemur catta). American Journal of Primatology 2016 78(8): 883-92. doi: 10.1002/ajp.22555.
  • 2015
    • Rushmore, J.; Allison, A. B.; Edwards, E. E.; Bagal, U.; Altizer, S.; Cranfield, M. R.; Glenn, T. C.; Liu, H.; Mudakikwa, A.; Mugisha, L.; Muller, M. N.; Stumpf, R. M.; Thompson, M. E.; Wrangham, R.; Yabsley, M. J., Screening wild and semi-free ranging great apes for putative sexually transmitted diseases: Evidence of Trichomonadidae infections. American Journal of Primatology 2015, 77, 10, 1075-1085.
    • Gomez, A.; Petrzelkova, K.; Yeoman, C. J.; Vlckova, K.; Mrázek, J.; Koppova, I.; Carbonero, F.; Ulanov, A.; Modry, D.; Todd, A.; Torralba, M.; Nelson, K. E.; Gaskins, H. R.; Wilson3, B.; Stumpf3, R. M.; White, B. A.; Leigh, S. R., Gut microbiome composition and metabolomic profiles of wild western lowland gorillas (Gorilla gorilla gorilla) reflect host ecology. Molecular Ecology 2015, 24, 10, 2551-2565.
  • 2014
    • Amato, K. R.; Leigh, S. R.; Kent, A.; Mackie, R. I.; Yeoman, C. J.; Stumpf3, R. M.; Wilson3, B. A.; Nelson, K. E.; White, B. A.; Garber, P. A., The Gut Microbiota Appears to Compensate for Seasonal Diet Variation in the Wild Black Howler Monkey (Alouatta pigra). Microbial Ecology 2014, 69, 2, 434-443.
    • Amato, K. R.; Leigh, S. R.; Kent, A.; Mackie, R. I.; Yeoman, C. J.; Stumpf3, R. M.; Wilson, B. A.; Nelson, K. E.; White, B. A.; Garber, P. A., The role of gut microbes in satisfying the nutritional demands of adult and juvenile wild, black howler monkeys (Alouatta pigra). American Journal of Physical Anthropology 2014, 155, 4, 652-664.
    • Yildirim, S.; Yeoman, C. J.; Janga, S. C.; Thomas, S. M.; Ho, M.; Leigh, S. R.; Consortium, P. M.; White, B. A.; Wilson3, B. A.; Stumpf3, R. M., Primate vaginal microbiomes exhibit species specificity without universal Lactobacillus dominance. ISME Journal 2014, 8, 12, 2431-2444.
    • Milich, K. M.; Bahr, J. M.; Stumpf, R. M.; Chapman, C. A., Timing is everything: Expanding the cost of sexual attraction hypothesis. Animal Behaviour 2014, 88, 219-224.
    • Milich, K. M.; Stumpf, R. M.; Chambers, J. M.; Chapman, C. A., Female red colobus monkeys maintain their densities through flexible feeding strategies in logged forests in Kibale National Park, Uganda. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 2014, 154, 1, 52-60.
    • Rushmore, J.; Caillaud, D.; Hall, R. J.; Stumpf, R. M.; Meyers, L. A.; Altizer, S., Network-based vaccination improves prospects for disease control in wild chimpanzees. Journal of the Royal Society Interface 2014, 11, 97. DOI: 10.1098/rsif.2014.0349.
  • 2013
    • Rushmore, J.; Caillaud, D.; Matamba, L.; Stumpf, R. M.; Borgatti, S. P.; Altizer, S., Social network analysis of wild chimpanzees provides insights for predicting infectious disease risk. Journal of Animal Ecology 2013, 82, 5, 976-986.
    • Amato, K. R.; Yeoman, C. J.; Kent, A.; Righini, N.; Carbonero, F.; Estrada, A.; Rex Gaskins, H.; Stumpf3, R. M.; Yildirim, S.; Torralba, M.; Gillis, M.; Wilson3, B. A.; Nelson, K. E.; White, B. A.; Leigh, S. R., Habitat degradation impacts black howler monkey (Alouatta pigra) gastrointestinal microbiomes. ISME Journal 2013, 7, 7, 1344-1353.
    • Stumpf3, R. M.; Wilson3, B. A.; Rivera, A.; Yildirim, S.; Yeoman, C. J.; Polk, J. D.; White, B. A.; Leigh, S. R., The primate vaginal microbiome: Comparative context and implications for human health and disease. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 2013, 152, S57, 119-134. DOI: 10.1002/ajpa.22395
    • Yeoman, C. J.; Thomas, S. M.; Miller, M. E. B.; Ulanov, A. V.; Torralba, M.; Lucas, S.; Gillis, M.; Cregger, M.; Gomez, A.; Ho, M.; Leigh, S. R.; Stumpf3, R.; Creedon, D. J.; Smith, M. A.; Weisbaum, J. S.; Nelson, K. E.; Wilson3, B. A.; White, B. A., A Multi-Omic Systems-Based Approach Reveals Metabolic Markers of Bacterial Vaginosis and Insight into the Disease. PLoS One, 2013, 8, 2.

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