Collaborations

I am a member of the Trent University Natural Resources DNA Profiling & Forensic Centre (NRDPFC) located in the newly constructed DNA Building on campus that also houses the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources (OMNR) Wildlife Research Section.

I have invested significant resources in developing databases of large sample sizes from different species to assess the association of landscape and environmental variables, including climate change, on the population genetic structure of natural populations. These projects have been in collaboration with Landscape & Wildlife Ecologists such as:

Dr. Micheline Manseau

Wildlife Ecologist, Office of the Chief Ecosystem Scientist, Parks Canada
Associate Professor, Natural Resources Institute, University of Manitoba

Collaborating on woodland caribou and Peary caribou

Dr. Dennis Murray

Canada Research Chair in Integrative Wildlife Conservation, Bioinformatics, and Ecological Modeling

Professor of Biology, Trent University

Collaborating on Canada lynx, moose and amphibian disease

Dr. Jeff Bowman

Research Scientist, Wildlife Research & Monitoring Section, Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry

Adjunct Professor, Environmental & Life Sciences Graduate Program, Trent University

Collaborating on Canada lynx, fisher, marten, flying squirrels and Aleutian disease

Dr. Marie-Josie Fortin

Professor, FRSC
CRC in Spatial Ecology

Collaborating on moose

Dr. Martyn Obbard

Research Scientist, Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources & Forestry, Trent University

Collaborating on polar bears

Dr. Bruce Pond

Research Scientist at Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources, Trent University

Collaborating on caribou ecotypes in Ontario

Dr. Ken Abraham

Research Scientist at Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources, Trent University

Collaborating on caribou ecotypes in Ontario

Dr. Stephen Petersen

Head, Conservation and Research, Assiniboine Park Zoo, Assiniboine Park Conservancy

Collaborating on arctic seals

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