User:Philippe Henry

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  • Philippe Henry
  • University of British Columbia Okanagan Campus
  • Fipke Center 345
  • 3333 University Way
  • Kelowna, BC, Canada.
  • Email me through OpenWetWare

I work in the [[[2]Russello lab]] at UBC Okanagan. I learned about OpenWetWare from I read David Lowry's page and felt inspired.

Education

  • 2007-, PhD, Department of Biology and Center for Species at Risk and Habitat Studies
  • 2007, MSc, Department of Ecology and Evolution
  • 2005, BSc, Faculty of Biology and Medicine

Research interests

  1. Nonivasive genetic sampling
  2. Conservation genetics
  3. Population genomics

Publications

  • Henry, P., & Russello, M.A. (Accepted) Obtaining high quality DNA from elusive small mammals using low-tech hair snares. (European Journal of Wildlife Research).
  • Henry, P., Miquelle, D., Sugimoto, T., McCullough, D.R., Caccone, A. & Russello, M.A. (2009) In situ population structure and ex situ representation of the endangered Amur tiger. Molecular Ecology, 18, 3173-3184.
  • Henry, P., Le Lay, G., Goudet, J., Guisan, A., Jahodova, S. & Besnard, G (2009) Reduced genetic diversity, increased isolation and multiple introductions of invasive Giant Hogweed in the western Swiss Alps. Molecular Ecology, 18, 2819-2831.
  • Henry, P., Provan, J., Goudet, J., Guisan, A., Jahadov√°, ҆. & Besnard, G. (2008). A set of primers for plastid indels and nuclear microsatellites in the invasive plant Heracleum mantegazzianum (Apiaceae) and their transferability to H. sphondylium. Molecular Ecology Resources, 8, 161-163.
  • Besnard, G., Henry, P., Wille, L., Cooke, C., and Chapuis, E. (2007) On the origin of the invasive Olives (Olea europaea: Oleaceae) Heredity, 99, 609-618.
  • Besnard, G., Wille, L., Henry, P and Christin, P-A. (2007.) Can microsatellite data allow identification of oleaster Plio-Pleistocene refuge zones in the Mediterranean Basin? Journal of Biogeography, 34, 559-560.

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