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Imran Razik

Email: razik.2@osu.edu
Mail:
318 W. 12th Ave.
300 Aronoff Laboratory
Columbus, OH, 43210

Education

Ohio State University, Columbus, OH, USA
Ph.D. in Evolution, Ecology, and Organismal Biology. 2018 - present.
Principal Investigator: Dr. Gerald Carter

State University of New York College at Oswego, Oswego, NY, USA
B.Sc. in Zoology, Honors Program. 2014 - 2018.
Research Advisors: Dr. Julien Bachelier and Dr. Maria Sagot

Publications

Razik, I., Brown, B.K.G., Page, R.A., and Carter, G.G. 2021. Non-kin adoption in the common vampire bat. Royal Society Open Science, 8: 201927. Full text.

Carter, G., Brown, B., Razik, I., and Ripperger, S. 2021. Penguins, falcons, and mountain lions: the extraordinary host diversity of vampire bats. In: 50 Years of Bat Research. Foundations and New Frontiers: Fascinating Life Sciences. Springer. Book chapter.

Carter, G., Chen, T., and Razik, I. 2020. The Theory of Reciprocal Altruism. In: The SAGE Handbook of Evolutionary Psychology (ed: Shackelford, T.). Sage. Book chapter.

Razik, I. and Sagot, M. 2020. Vertebrate species richness at littoral beaver lodges in a temperate artificial pond. Journal of Fish and Wildlife Management. Full text.

Julien, B., Razik, I., Schauer, M., and Seago, J.L., Jr. 2020. Roots structure and development of Austrobaileya scandens (Austrobaileyaceae) and implications for their evolution in angiosperms. Plants, 9: 54. Full text.

Macchiano, A., Razik, I., and Sagot, M. 2018. Same sex courtship behaviors in male-biased populations: Evidence for the mistaken identity hypothesis. Acta Ethologica, 21: 147-151. Full text.

Sagot, M., Jago, A.J., Razik, I., and Chaverri, G. 2018. The importance of group vocal behavior in roost finding. Animal Behavior, 142: 157-164. Full text.

Presentations

Razik, I., Brown, B.K.G., Marroquin, C.M., and Carter, G.G. 2019. Female Vampire Bats Vary in their Cooperativeness Towards Strangers. North American Symposium on Bat Research. Kalamazoo, Michigan. United States. Poster.

Razik, I., Carter, G. 2019. Causes and consequences of Individual Variation in Cooperativeness in Vampire Bats. Graduate Recruitment. The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio. United States. Poster.

Razik, I. and Sagot, M. 2018. Effects of seasonality on the foraging patterns of the North American beaver, Castor canadensis. QUEST Symposium. State University of New York College at Oswego, Oswego, New York. United States. Oral.

Razik, I. and Sagot, M. 2017. Effects of seasonality on the foraging patterns of the North American beaver, Castor canadensis. Rice Creek Associates Annual Social. Rice Creek Field Station, Oswego, New York. United States. Oral.

Sagot, M., Jago, A.J., Razik, I., and Chaverri, G. 2016. Being Loud Won’t Help You Find Your House: Contact-call Rates and Roost Finding in Thyroptera tricolor. North American Symposium on Bat Research. San Antonio, Texas. United States. Poster.

Bachelier, J., Razik, I., Sanchez, F., and Seago, J.L. 2015. The root of Austrobaileya scandens (Austrobaileyaceae) and its implications for the evolution of root structure and development in seed plants. Botany Annual Conference. Edmonton, Alberta. Canada. Oral.

Seago, J.L., Yang, C., Zhang, X., Bachelier, J., Yuan, L., Ai, X., and Razik, I. 2015. Anatomical Aspects of Nymphaeales That Ed Schneider Did Not Do – Mostly Under Water. Botany Annual Conference. Edmonton, Alberta. Canada. Colloqium.

Grants and Fellowships

Awards and Scholarships

Research Activities

Teaching Appointments

Outreach and Public Service

Professional Memberships

North American Society for Bat Research. 2016 – Present.
Animal Behavior Society. 2018 – Present.
American Society of Mammalogists. 2020 – Present.