Presentations

INVITED PRESENTATIONS
Invited conference presentations

  • Wishart AE, Boutin S, McAdam AG, Humphries MM, Dantzer BJ, and Lane JE. Influence of resource abundance heterogeneity across a landscape on caching effort of individual North American red squirrels (Tamiasciurus hudsonicus). Food Caching in the Wild Symposium at the Canadian Society for Ecology & Evolution Annual Meeting, Guelph, ON [Symposium presentation], 2018
  • Wishart AE, Williams CT, McAdam AG, Boutin S, Dantzer B, Humphries MM, and Lane JE. Sex ratio and allocation in North American red squirrels (Tamiasciurus hudsonicus): leveraging a long-term study to test classic principles. Presented at Wildlife 70: A Symposium on Long-Term Research, Peterborough, ON [Student Award Presentation], 2017

Invited internal seminars

  • Wishart AE. Long-term ecological research: squirrel science, sex ratios, and student
    perspectives. WildEcol Seminar Series, Environment Canada & University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, SK, 2019

CONTRIBUTED PRESENTATIONS
Conference presentations

  • Wishart AE. Here for a grad time, not a long time: graduate student experiences and perspectives in long-term ecological research. Collecting data across generations: the inaugural symposium of CSEE’s Long-Term Research Section at the Canadian Society for Ecology & Evolution, Entomological Society of Canada, and Acadian Entomological Society Joint Meeting, Fredericton, NB [Symposium presentation], 2019
  • Wishart AE, Boutin S, McAdam AG, Dantzer BJ, and Lane JE. Relationship between on- and off-body resources in a food hoarding mammal, the North American red squirrel (Tamiasciurus hudsonicus). Department of Biology 990 Graduate Research Symposium, Saskatoon, SK [Symposium presentation; Best Oral Presentation in Field-Based Research Category], 2019
  • Wishart AE, Boutin S, McAdam AG, Humphries MM, Dantzer BJ, and Lane JE. The fitness of a territory: is the reproductive success of a food-caching animal more associated with habitat or individual quality? Presented at the 52nd Prairie University Biology Symposium, Calgary, AB [Platform presentation], 2018
  • Wishart AE, Williams CT, McAdam AG, Boutin S, Dantzer B, Humphries MM, and Lane JE. Testing Fisher’s principle across generations in North American red squirrels (Tamiasciurus hudsonicus). Presented at the Canadian Society for Ecology & Evolution Annual Meeting, Victoria, BC [Poster], 2017
  • Wishart AE and Lane JE. Drivers of variation in resource acquisition by larder-hoarding North American red squirrels (Tamiasciurus hudsonicus). Presented at the 51st Prairie University Biology Symposium, Saskatoon, SK [Platform presentation], 2017
  • Wishart AE, Locke MEO, Eitutis ST, Daley M, and Hill KA. The first application of three copy number variant detection pipelines for the Mouse Diversity Genotyping Array: Metrics of concordance. Presented at the 44th Environmental Mutagen and Genomics Society Annual Meeting, Monterey, CA [Poster], 2013
  • Wishart AE, Eitutis ST, and Hill KA. Tissue-specific genomic copy number changes in a mouse mimic of human aging-associated neurodegeneration. Presented at the Western Graduate Research Forum, London, ON [Platform presentation; 1st place in Biological, Earth, and Physical Sciences category], 2012
  • Wishart AE, Eitutis ST, and Hill KA. Evidence for an altered profile of copy number changes in the cerebellum of the harlequin mouse mimic of human aging-associated neurodegeneration. Presented at the Lawson Health Research Day, London, ON [Poster], 2012
  • Wishart AE, Locke MEO, Eitutis ST, and Hill KA. Patterns of recurrent and tissue-specific copy number variants in the mouse genome. Presented at the Mouse Molecular Genetics Meeting, Pacific Grove, CA [Poster], 2012
  • Wishart AE, Eitutis ST, Butler J, Locke MEO, Daley M, and Hill KA. Patterns of copy number changes between spleen and cerebellum differ in the harlequin mouse model of mitochondrial dysfunction. Presented at the 43rd Environmental Mutagen Society Annual Meeting, Bellevue, WA [Poster], 2012
  • Wishart AE, Eitutis ST, and Hill KA. A novel high-resolution genotyping array for the mouse detects putative copy number changes associated with a neurodegenerative phenotype. Presented at the Lawson Health Research Day, London, ON [Poster], 2011
  • Wishart AE, Eitutis ST, and Hill KA. Copy number changes across the mouse genome
    discovered using the Mouse Diversity Genotyping Array show tissue and genotype specificity.
    Presented at the Biology Graduate Research Forum, London, ON [Poster], 2011
  • Wishart AE, Eitutis ST, and Hill KA. A genome-wide analysis of large-scale deletions in mice. Presented at the Western Graduate Research Forum, London, ON [Platform presentation; 2nd Place in Biosciences Oral Category], 2011
  • Wishart AE, Eitutis ST, and Hill KA. Copy number changes across the mouse genome
    discovered using the Mouse Diversity Genotyping Array show tissue and genotype specificity. Presented at the 42nd Environmental Mutagen Society Annual Meeting, Montreal, QC [Poster], 2011
  • Wishart AE, Eitutis ST, and Hill KA. Evidence for an altered profile of copy number changes in the cerebellum of the harlequin mouse mimic of human aging-associated neurodegeneration. Presented at the 12th International Congress of Human Genetics, Montreal, QC [Poster], 2011
  • Wishart AE, Bernard L, Prtenjaca A, and Hill KA. Gene-environment interactions for nocturnal home cage behaviour in a mouse model of aging and neurodegeneration. Presented at the Genetics Society of Canada Annual Meeting, Hamilton, ON [Poster; Best Student Poster Award], 2010

Co-Authored Presentations

  • Edge AK, Eitutis ST, Locke MEO, Milojevic M, Patel N,Wishart AE, Daley M, and Hill KA. Identifying signatures of mutagen exposures and selective pressures in mutational landscapes across the mouse genome. Presented at the University of Western Ontario Sustainability and Environment Research Showcase, London, ON [Poster], 2014
  • Eitutis ST, Locke MEO,Wishart AE, Daley M, and Hill KA. Array-based genomic diversity measures portray Mus musculus phylogenetic and genealogical relationships and detect genetic variation among C57Bl/6J mice and between tissues of the same mouse. Presented at the 44th Environmental Mutagenesis and Genomics Society Annual Meeting, Monterey, CA [Poster], 2013
  • Hill KA, Locke MEO,Wishart AE, Eitutis ST, Butler J, and Daley M. Hot or not? leveraging mouse genome diversity to identify hotspots of copy number variants. Presented at the Mouse Molecular Genetics Meeting, Pacific Grove, CA [Poster], 2012
  • Eitutis ST,Wishart AE, and Hill KA. Somatic mosaicism detected using the Mouse Diversity Genotyping Array reveals tissue-specific mutation patterns associated with the harlequin phenotype. Presented at the Mouse Molecular Genetics Meeting, Pacific Grove, CA [Poster], 2012
  • Eitutis ST,Wishart AE, and Hill KA. Beyond single gene mutation targets: An array-based, genome-wide approach to the study of somatic mosaicism. Presented at the 43rd Environmental Mutagen Society Annual Meeting, Bellevue, WA [Poster], 2012
  • Eitutis ST,Wishart AE, and Hill KA. Genome-wide mutation analysis using the novel Mouse Diversity Genotyping Array. Presented at Lawson Health Research Institute Research Day, London, ON [Poster], 2011
  • Hill KA, Eitutis ST, andWishart AE. Genome-wide mutation analysis in a mouse mimic of human aging-associated neurodegeneration using the novel Mouse Diversity Genotyping Array. Presented at the Mouse Genetics Meeting, Washington, DC [Poster], 2011
  • Eitutis ST,Wishart AE, and Hill KA. A genome-wide genotyping array detects clusters of mutations in the genome of the harlequin mouse model of neurodegeneration. Presented at Ontario Biology Day, Waterloo ON [Platform presentation], 2011
  • Eitutis ST,Wishart AE, and Hill KA. The Mouse Diversity Genotyping Array profiles tissueand genotype-specific mutations across the mouse genome. Presented at the 42nd Environmental Mutagen Society Annual Meeting, Montreal, QC [Platform presentation], 2011
  • Eitutis ST,Wishart AE, and Hill KA. Genome-wide mutation detection using the Mouse Diversity Genotyping Array: Evidence for a mutation signature associated with a premature aging phenotype. Presented at the International Congress of Human Genetics, Montreal, QC [Poster], 2011
  • Butler J, Eitutis ST, Locke MEO,Wishart AE, Daley M, and Hill KA. HD-CNV: Hotspot
    Detector of Copy Number Variants. Biology Graduate Research Forum, London, ON [Poster], 2011