Andrew G. McAdam, PhD

2004-2008 Zoology; Fisheries and Wildlife Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI 
 2008-2019 Integrative Biology University of Guelph, Guelph, Ontario, Canada 
 2020- Ecology and Evolutionary Biology University of Colorado, Boulder, Boulder, CO, United States 
"Andrew McAdam"
Mean distance: 17.68 (cluster 7)
Cross-listing: Evolution Tree


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Donald Kramer research assistant 1995 McGill (Evolution Tree)
 (Undergraduate thesis advisor)
John S. Millar grad student 1995-1998 Western University (Evolution Tree)
 (MSc Advisor)
Stan Boutin grad student 1998-2003 University of Alberta (Evolution Tree)
 (Maternal effects and the microevolution of juvenile growth rates in red squirrels (Tamiasciurus hudsonicus).)
Barry Sinervo post-doc 2003-2004 UC Santa Cruz (Evolution Tree)


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Elizabeth Ball grad student 2008 Michigan State (Evolution Tree)
Adam Goble grad student 2008 Michigan State (Evolution Tree)
Julia Shonfield grad student 2010 University of Guelph (Evolution Tree)
Lauri Torgerson grad student 2010 Michigan State (Evolution Tree)
Randy Do grad student 2011 University of Guelph (Evolution Tree)
Eryn McFarlane grad student 2012 University of Guelph (Evolution Tree)
Andrea L. Miehls grad student 2012 Michigan State (Evolution Tree)
Ryan W. Taylor grad student 2006-2012 Michigan State (Evolution Tree)
Ben Dantzer grad student 2007-2012 Michigan State (Evolution Tree)
Frances E.C. Stewart grad student 2010-2012 University of Guelph (Canada)
Kayla Deasley grad student 2014 University of Guelph (Evolution Tree)
Gillian Merritt grad student 2014 University of Guelph
Morgan Trotter grad student 2015 University of Guelph (Evolution Tree)
Jack Hendrix grad student 2018 University of Guelph (Evolution Tree)
Erin Siracusa grad student 2018 University of Guelph (Evolution Tree)
Julia Kilgour grad student 2019 University of Guelph (Canada) (Evolution Tree)
Sarah Guindre-Parker post-doc (Evolution Tree)
Amy E.M. Newman post-doc University of Guelph
Dave Wilson post-doc 2014-2014 University of Guelph (Evolution Tree)
Gustavo Betini post-doc 2014-2015 University of Guelph (Evolution Tree)
David N. Fisher post-doc 2016-2018 University of Guelph (Evolution Tree)
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Petrullo L, Boutin S, Lane JE, et al. (2023) Phenotype-environment mismatch errors enhance lifetime fitness in wild red squirrels. Science (New York, N.Y.). 379: 269-272
Walmsley SF, Boutin S, Dantzer B, et al. (2023) Benefits of living closer to kin vary by genealogical relationship in a territorial mammal. Proceedings. Biological Sciences. 290: 20221569
Webber QMR, Dantzer B, Lane JE, et al. (2022) Density-dependent plasticity in territoriality revealed using social network analysis. The Journal of Animal Ecology
Petrullo L, Delaney D, Boutin S, et al. (2022) The glucocorticoid response to environmental change is not specific to agents of natural selection in wild red squirrels. Hormones and Behavior. 146: 105262
Dantzer B, Boutin S, Lane JE, et al. (2022) Integrative Studies of the Effects of Mothers on Offspring: An Example from Wild North American Red Squirrels. Advances in Neurobiology. 27: 269-296
Bonnet T, Morrissey MB, de Villemereuil P, et al. (2022) Genetic variance in fitness indicates rapid contemporary adaptive evolution in wild animals. Science (New York, N.Y.). 376: 1012-1016
Petrullo L, Ren T, Wu M, et al. (2022) Glucocorticoids coordinate changes in gut microbiome composition in wild North American red squirrels. Scientific Reports. 12: 2605
Hacket-Pain A, Foest JJ, Pearse IS, et al. (2022) MASTREE+: time-series of plant reproductive effort from six continents. Global Change Biology
Svensson EI, Blaimont P, Calsbeek R, et al. (2021) In Memoriam: Barry Sinervo 1961-2021. Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution
McAdam AG, Webber QMR, Dantzer B, et al. (2021) Social Effects on Annual Fitness in Red Squirrels. The Journal of Heredity
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