Suegene Noh


Suegene started her research career studying foraging and recruitment behavior in social wasps at Seoul National University in South Korea. She went on to investigate mating signal evolution in duetting green lacewings for her PhD at the University of Connecticut. After stints of working on identifying speciation genes in crickets and thermotolerance genes in fruit flies, Suegene joins the lab with interests in using genomics approaches to understand the evolution of cooperation and cheating.


Marshall, JL, DL Huestis, C Garcia, Y Hiromasa, S Wheeler, S Noh, JM Tomich, DJ Howard. 2011. Comparative proteomics uncovers the signature of natural selection acting on the ejaculate proteomes of two cricket species isolated by postmating, prezygotic phenotypes. Molecular Biology and Evolution 28:423-435 (DOI: 10.1093/molbev/msq230)

Noh, S, CS Henry. 2010. Sexually monomorphic mating strategies contribute to premating isolation based on song in European green lacewings. Evolution 64:261-270 (DOI: 10.1111/j.1558-5646.2009.00828.x)

Kim, KW, S Noh, JC Choe. 2007. Lack of field-based recruitment to carbohydrate food in the Korean yellowjacket, Vespula koreensis. Ecological Research 22:825-830 (DOI:10.1007/s11284-006-0324-1)