After graduating from Vassar College in 2008, Nora spent some time at the National Institutes of Health and the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History before embarking on a Fulbright grant to South Korea. She joined the lab as a PhD student in the fall of 2011. Her dissertation work focuses on the physiological and social mediation of aging.
Lewin, N., Swanson, E.M., Williams, B. L. & Holekamp, K.E. (In press) IGF-1 concentrations during early life predict life-history trade-offs in a wild mammal. Functional Ecology.
Lewin, N., Treidel, L. A., Holekamp, K. E., Place N.J., & Haussmann, M.F. (2015) Socioecological variables predict telomere length in wild spotted hyenas. Biology Letters. Volume 11 20140991. DOI:10.1098/rsbl.2014.0991.
Nora's personal site may be found here: http://noralewin.weebly.com/