CV G. Heth
Date of Birth: December 10, 1945
Place of Birth: Haifa, Israel
Identity Card No.: 0678485 4
1966-1968 B.Sc. in Zoology and Physiology, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
1970-1971 M.Sc. in Zoology (with distinction), The Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
1973-1975 Teaching and Research in the Institute of Evolution, University of Haifa.
1975-1980 Graduate Student in Zoology, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
Feb. 1981 Ph.D. in Zoology, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
Academic Rank and Tenure in Institutions of Higher Education
1970-1971 Hebrew University of Jerusalem Teaching Assistant
1973-1974 University of Haifa, Inst. of Evolution Research Assistant
1975-1979 University of Haifa, Inst. of Evolution Teacher
1980-1981 University of Haifa, Inst. of Evolution Instructor
1982-1989 University of Haifa, Inst. of Evolution Lecturer
1989-2001 University of Haifa, Inst. of Evolution Senior Lecturer
1990-1991 Monell Chemical Senses Center, Visiting Professor
1995-1996 Cornell University, Ithaca, New York Visiting Professor
2001-2006 University of Haifa, Inst. of Evolution Associate Professor
2004 University of Paris 13, France Visiting Professor
2004 University of Montpellier II, France Visiting Professor
2006-2010 University of Colorado, Denver Visiting Professor
2006-present University of Haifa, Inst. of Evolution Professor Emeritus
Heth, G., Todrank, J., & Johnston, R. E. 1998. Kin recognition in golden hamsters: evidence for phenotype matching. Animal Behaviour 56(2):409-417.
Todrank, J., Heth, G., & Johnston, R. E. 1999. Social interaction is necessary for discrimination and memory for odours of close relatives in golden hamsters. Ethology 105:771-782.
Heth, G. & Todrank, J. 2000. Individual odour similarities across species parallel phylogenetic relationships in the S. ehrenbergi superspecies of mole rats. Animal Behaviour 60:789-795.
Heth, G., Todrank, J., Busquet, N. & Baudoin, C. 2001. Odour-genes covariance and differential investigation of individual odours in the Mus speciescomplex. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 73: 213-220.
Todrank, J. & Heth, G. 2003. Odor-genes covariance and genetic relatedness assessments: Rethinking odor-based "recognition" mechanisms in rodents. Advances in the Study of Behavior 32: 77-130.
Heth, G., Todrank, J., Busquet, N. & Baudoin, C. 2003. Genetic relatedness assessment through individual odour similarities (G-ratios) in mice. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 78(4): 595-603.
Heth, G., Todrank, J., Begall, S., Wegner, R. & Burda, H. 2004. Genetic relatedness discrimination in a eusocial mole-rat, Cryptomys anselli (Bathyergidae, Rodentia). Folia Zoologica 53(3): 269-278.
Todrank, J., Busquet, N., Baudoin, C. & Heth, G. 2005. Preferences of newborn mice for odours indicating closer genetic relatedness: Is experience necessary? Proceedings of the Royal Society London, B 272: 2083-2088.
Heth, G. & Todrank, J. 2007. Using odors underground. In: Subterranean Rodents - News from Underground. S. Begall, H. Burda, & C. Schkeich (Eds.) Heidelberg, Germany: Springer. pp. 85-96.
Tzur, S., Todrank, J., Juergens, A., Nevo, E., & Heth, G. 2009. Odour-genes covariance within a natural population of subterranean Spalax galili blind mole rats. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 96:483-490.
Markman, S., Hill, N., Todrank, J., Heth, G., & Blaustein, L. 2009. Differential aggressiveness covaries with genetic similarity in fire salamander larvae. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 63:1149-1155. DOI 10.1007/s00265-009-0765-y
Todrank, J., Heth, G., & Restrepo, D. 2010. Effects of in utero odorant exposure on neuroanatomical development of the olfactory bulb and odor preferences. (submitted).