Staff directory

Emmanuel Gilissen

Biological collection and data management
  • Denys, C.,  Lalis, A.,  Aniskine, V.,  Gerbault-Seureau, M.,  Delapré, A.,  Gilissen, E.,  Merker, S. & Nicolas, V. 2020. ‘Integrative taxonomy of Guinean Lemniscomys species (Rodentia, Mammalia)’. Journal of Vertebrate Biology 69(2), special issue : Special Issue: African small mammals  : 20008.1-20 . DOI: DOI: 10.25225/jvb.20008 . URL:  (PR).
  • Herculano-Houzel, S.,  Barros Da Cunha, F.,  Reed, J.L.,  Kaswera, C.,  Gilissen, E.,  Pettigrew, J. & Manger, P.R. 2020. ‘Microchiropterans have a diminutive cerebral cortex, not an enlarged cerebellum, compared to megachiropterans and other mammals’. Journal of Comparative Neurology 528, special issue : Special Issue:In Honor of Jack Pettigrew : 2978-2993. DOI: DOI: 10.25225/jvb.20008 . URL:  (PR).
  • Chawana, R.,  Patzke, N.,  Bhagwandin, A.,  Kaswera-Kyamakya, C.,  Gilissen, E.,  Bertelsen, M.F.,  Hemingway, J. & Manger, P.R. 2020. ‘Adult hippocampal neurogenesis in Egyptian fruit bats from three different environments: Are interpretational variations due to the environment or methodology?’. Journal of Comparative Neurology 528, special issue : Special Issue:In Honor of Jack Pettigrew : 2994-3007. DOI: DOI: 10.1002/cne.24895. URL:  (PR).
  • Bhagwandin, A.,  Debipersadh, U.,  Kaswera-Kyamakya, C.,  Gilissen, E.,  Rockland, K.S.,  Molnar, Z. & Manger, P.R. 2020. ‘Distribution, number, and certain neurochemical identities of infracortical white matter neurons in the brains of three megachiropteran bat species’. Journal of Comparative Neurology 528, special issue : Special Issue:In Honor of Jack Pettigrew : 3023-3038. DOI: DOI: 10.1002/cne.24894 . URL:  (PR).
  • Todorov, O.S.,  Weisbecker, V.,  Gilissen, E.,  Zilles, K. & De Sousa, A.A. 2019. ‘Primate hippocampus size and organization are predicted by sociality but not diet’. Proc. R. Soc. B 286: 20191712. URL:  (PR).
  • Beaudet, A.,  Fleury, G.,  Gilissen, E.,  Dumoncel, J.,  Thackeray, J.T.,  Bruxelles, L.,  Duployer, B.,  Tenailleau, C.,  Bam, L.,  Hoffman, J.,  De Beer, F. & Braga, J. 2019. ‘3D models related to the publication: Upper third molar internal structural organization and semicircular canal morphology in Plio-Pleistocene South African cercopithecoids’. M3 Journal 5: e86. URL:  (PR).
  • Poncelet, L.,  Ando, K.,  Vergara, C.,  Mansour, S.,  Suain, V.,  Yilmaz, Z.,  Reygel, A.Gilissen, E.,  Brion, J.P. & Leroy, K. 2019. ‘A 4R tauopathy develops without amyloid deposits in aged cat brains’. Neurobiology of Aging 81: 200-212. URL:  (PR).
  • Aristide, L.,  Strauss, A.,  Halenar-Price, L.B.,  Gilissen, E.,  Cruz, F.W.,  Cartelle, C.,  Rosenberger, A.L.,  Lopes, R.T.,  Dos Reis, S.F. & Ivan Perez, S. 2019. ‘Cranial and endocranial diversity in extant and fossil atelids (Platyrrhini: Atelidae): A geometric morphometric study’. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 169: 322-331. URL:  (PR).
  • Louail, M.,  Gilissen, E.,  Prat, S.,  Garcia, C. & Bouret, S. 2019. ‘Refining the ecological brain: Strong relation between the ventromedial prefrontal cortex and feeding ecology in five primate species’. Cortex 118: 262-274. URL:  (PR).
  • van der Valk, T.,  Sandoval-Castellanos, E.,  Caillaud, D.,  Ngobobo, U.,  Binyinyi, E.,  Nishuli, R.,  Stoinski, T.,  Gilissen, E.,  Sonet, G.,  Semal, P.,  Kalthoff, D.C.,  Dalén, L. & Guschanski, K. 2018. ‘Significant loss of mitochondrial diversity within the last century due to extinction of peripheral populations in eastern gorillas’. Nature Scientific Reports 8: 6551. DOI: 10.1038/s41598-018-24497-7.  (PR).