2017-06-21 I was invited to join the Canada C3 expedition through the St. Lawrence Gulf on leg 3 to work as a scientist aboard. The trip was amazing. Check out CanadaC3's main Facebook page for more information, as well as the participant's page for many photos and comments on the journey that I uploaded. Main C3 page here, and participant page here. The Main Canada C3 website is here, follow the adventure!
2017-05-11 - Travelling west to British Columbia, I am now starting my second postdoc, this time working with Drs Kristi Miller (DFO/UBC), Curtis Suttle (UBC), and Sally Otto (UBC) on a population genomics project of the Pacific oyster Crassostrea gigas (more details to come!). https://twitter.com/bsuther7/status/862407933413535744
2016-12-30 - I've started a blog! On 'In Between Manuscripts' I will discuss science publishing, peer review and research topics such as salmonids, genomics, and more. First post is on the possible future of peer review, check it out here: https://inbetweenmanuscripts.wordpress.com
2016-02-11 - I'll be giving a talk on our new MapComp/salmonid chromosome evolution pre-print at U. Laval during the IBIS interlab on Feb. 17th.
2014-09-01 - I have now begun my postdoctoral position in the laboratory of Dr. Louis Bernatchez at Université Laval, Québec, QC Canada
2014-03-14 - I'll be giving my Biology Departmental seminar this Friday at UVic at 2:30 in Cunningham 146: "Living like a louse: Evading salmon defenses, chemical treatments and environmental stressors."
2014-02-14 - The Sea Lice Session presentations for the 2013 World Aquaculture meeting are available here with full audio. Check out my talk "Genomics in lice and salmon (GiLS) project provides new tools and mechanisms for understanding louse biology” and the other informative presentations, including a panel discussion discussing areas of research most needed for effective sea lice control.