FNU Supriya

Postdoctoral Research Scholar
Post Doctoral Scholars
TEMPE Campus


Supriya is a postdoctoral research associate in the Biology Education Research lab with Dr. Sara Brownell and Dr. Christian Wright on bias in instructor exams. More generally, she is interested in understanding the causes for under-representation of women and minorities in STEM and finding ways to make scientific research community more diverse and inclusive. 

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Supriya, K., Moreau, C., Sam, K., Price, T. 2019 Global analysis of elevational gradients in arthropod abundance. Frontiers of biogeography. 11(2), e43104


Schumm, M., Edie, S.M., Collins, K.S., Gómez-Bahamón, V., Supriya, K., White, A.E., Price, T.D. and Jablonski, D., 2019. Common latitudinal gradients in functional richness and functional evenness across marine and terrestrial systems. Proceedings of the Royal Society B. 286(1908), p.20190745.


Supriya, K., Rowe, M., Price, T. Trade-offs between pre-copulatory and post-copulatory investment generate positive correlations across species. Behavioral Ecology. 30(2), 341-347


Supriya, K., Price, T. D., & Rowe, M. 2018 Positive correlations between pre‐and post‐copulatory sexual traits in warblers. Journal of Avian Biology. 49(5), jav-01694


Supriya, K., Rowe, M., Laskemoen, T., Mohan, D., Price, T., Lifjeld, J. 2016 Early diversification of sperm size in the evolutionary history of the Old World leaf warblers (Phylloscopidae). Journal of Evolutionary Biology. 29(4), 777-8


Tomašových, A., Kennedy, J.D., Betzner, T.J., Kuehnle, N.B., Edie, S., Kim, S., Supriya, K., White, A.E., Rahbek, C., Huang, S. and Price, T.D. 2016. Unifying latitudinal gradients in range size and richness across marine and terrestrial systems. Proc. R. Soc. B 283(1830) 20153027


Supriya, K., Mohan, D., Vasudevan, K. 2012. Availability of nesting habitat may not drive colony formation in Chestnut-headed bee-eaters Merops leschenaulti in Southern India. Journal of Bombay Natural History Society 109(1&2), 30-36.


Saha,P., Balasubramaniam,K.N., Kalyani, J.N., Supriya, K., Padmanabhan, A. & Gadagkar, R. 2012. Clinging to royalty: Ropalidia marginata queens can employ both pheromone and aggression. Insectes sociaux 59(1), 41-44.    


Vasudevan, K. & Supriya, K. 2011. Utilization of wild caught animals in education: a case of rampant vivisections in India. Current Science 100(6), 818-821.


Peer-reviewer, Evolution & Journal of Animal Ecology                                                               2018

Peer-reviewer, Frontiers of Zoology                                                                                              2015