Selected Invited Presentations

“Transitioning from Genetics to Genomics in Conservation Biology”

Mt. Alison University, January, 2015. (Invited speaker)

“The Use of Animal DNA in Forensics”

22nd International Symposium on Human Identification converges on Washington D.C. October, 2011, Washington D.C. (Invited speaker)

The Wild Side of Forensics: DNA in Wildlife Forensic Science and Conservation Biology.

Ontario Science Centre, Toronto, Ontario, July, 2011.

“Can the Environment Save the Economy”

 Invited Member for Plenary Session for the 10th Anniversary of the Canada Research Chair (CRC) Program, Toronto, Ontario, November, 2010.  Greater than 400 CRCs from Ontario attended this conference.

“Integration & Convergence of Wildlife Forensics and Conservation Genetics”

UOIT, September, 2010. (Invited speaker)

Wildlife Genetics in Forensics & Conservation.

Invited Member of Plenary Panel for 5th Science Centre World Congress. Panel Chaired by Dr. Suzanne Fortier, President of NSERC. Toronto, Ontario, June, 2008.

Wolf genetics & taxonomy.

Plenary Speaker at Wildlife Genetics Conference, Brookhaven National Laboratory, New York, 2006.

Evolutionary genetics of North American wolves and coyotes.

Departmental Seminar, Laurentian University, Sudbury, Ontario, 2005.

Genetic Analysis of the population structure of polar bears (Ursus maritimus) in Canada's Hudson Bay region.

Polar Bear Technical Committee. Winnipeg, MB, February, 2004.

Genetic Characterization of Eastern Wolves & Coyotes.

Invited Speaker for Departmental Seminar, University of Toronto, Mississauga, Fall, 2003

Genetic Characterization of Eastern Wolves & Coyotes.

Invited Speaker for Departmental Seminar, University of Maine, April, 2002

Applications of DNA Profiling in CITES Related Infractions.

 20thMeeting of Canadian CITES Management, Scientific and Enforcement Authorities. Ottawa, Nov. 2001.

Genetic Characterization of Eastern Wolves & Coyotes.

University of New Hampshire, Fall, 2001. (Invited speaker)  Also a Panel Member with M. Soulé, Dan Harrington and others to discuss status and conservation of eastern wolves

Lecture on PaleoDNA with Kenneth Kidd

Anthropology Department, Trent University. 2001.

Genetic Characterization of Eastern Wolves & Coyotes.

Red Wolf Species Survival Plan (SSP) Meeting, Tacoma, Washington, August, 2000.

Genetic Characterization of Eastern Wolves & Coyotes.

Wolf Recovery in the Northeastern US, Population & Viability Analysis (PHVA), Rumford Maine, July, 2000.

Genetic Characterization of Eastern Wolves & Coyotes.

Algonquin Park Wolves Population Habitat & Viability Analysis (PHVA) Workshop, Dorset, Ontario, February, 2000.

Genetic Characterization of Eastern Wolves & Coyotes.

Wolf Taxonomy Symposium, Denver Museum of Natural History, Denver, Colorado, May, 2000.

Genetic Structure of Lake Magadi tilapia.

Departmental Seminar, Trent University, Peterborough, Ontario. March, 2000.

Application of Genetic Markers to the Management of Canada Geese.

Canada Goose Symposium, Metro Toronto Zoo. September, 1999.

Applications of DNA Profiling to Wildlife Forensic Science.

Newfoundland Department of Forest Resources and Agrifoods, Enforcement Section, Annual Meeting. St. John’s Newfoundland. September, 1999.

Identification of red wolf/coyote hybrids using genetic markers.

Red Wolf Population Viability Analysis Meeting (PVHA), Norfolk, Virginia. April, 1999. 

The relationship of the eastern Canadian wolf, Canis lupus lycaon, and the red wolf, Canis rufus, provides evidence for a common evolutionary history independent of the gray wolf, Canis lupus.

Metro Toronto Zoo. January, 1999.

Departmental Seminar on Allelic variation at the Major Histocompatibility Complex Locus DRB in Canadian moose (Alces alces).

Lakehead University and The Centre for Northern Forest Ecosystem Research (CNFER), Thunder Bay, Ontario. March, 1998.

Departmental Seminar on Allelic variation at the Major Histocompatibility Complex Locus DRB in Canadian moose (Alces alces): a comparative study and the implication for conservation.

Trent University, Peterborough, Ontario. January, 1998.

The phylogenetic relationship between Algonquin Park wolves and other North American canids. Symposium on the Status of the Algonquin Provincial Park Wolf.

Trent University, Peterborough. November, 1997.

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