Catherine Cullingham, Ph.D.
Welcome to my website! I am an Assistant Professor in Plant Population Genetics at Carleton University. My research uses molecular biology, landscape ecology, and population genetics/genomics to address issues in wildlife management (and yes, plants are wildlife too!).
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Miller JM, Cullingham CI, Peery RM 2020. The influence of a priori grouping on inference of genetic clusters: simulation study and literature review of the DAPC method. Heredity doi.org/10.1038/s41437-020-0348-2
Arafin MI, Staskevicius A, Shim SY, Huang Y-H, Fenton H, McLoughlin PD, Mitchell G, Cullingham CI, Gilch S 2020 Large-scale prion protein genotyping in Canadian caribou populations and potential impact on chronic wasting disease susceptibility. Mol Ecol doi.org/10.1111/mec.15602
Cullingham CI, Miller JM, Peery RM, Dupuis JR, Malenfant RM, Gorrell JC, Janes JK 2020 Confidently identifying the correct K value using the deltaK method: When does K = 2? Mol Ecol doi.org/10.1111/mec.15374
Cullingham CI, Peery RM, Dao A, McKenzie DI, Coltman DW 2020. Predicting the spread-risk potential of chronic wasting disease to sympatric ungulate species. Prion doi.org/10.1080/19336896.2020.1720486
Cullingham CI, Peery RM, Fortier CE, Mahon EL, Cooke JEK, Coltman DW 2020. Linking genotype to phenotype to idnetify genetic variation relating to host susceptibility in the mountain pine beetle system. Evol App doi.org/10.1111/eva.12773