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"
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Donald Kramer research assistant 1995 McGill
 (Undergraduate thesis advisor)
John S. Millar grad student 1995-1998 Western Ontario
 (MSc Advisor)
Stan Boutin grad student 1998-2003 University of Alberta
 (Maternal effects and the microevolution of juvenile growth rates in red squirrels (Tamiasciurus hudsonicus).)
Barry Sinervo post-doc 2003-2004 UC Santa Cruz
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Dantzer B, McAdam AG, Humphries MM, et al. (2020) Decoupling the effects of food and density on life history plasticity of wild animals using field experiments: insights from the steward who sits in the shadow of its tail, the North American red squirrel. The Journal of Animal Ecology
Hendrix JG, Fisher DN, Martinig AR, et al. (2020) Territory acquisition mediates the influence of predators and climate on juvenile red squirrel survival. The Journal of Animal Ecology
Studd EK, Menzies AK, Siracusa ER, et al. (2020) Optimisation of energetic and reproductive gains explains behavioural responses to environmental variation across seasons and years. Ecology Letters
Martinig AR, McAdam AG, Dantzer B, et al. (2019) The new kid on the block: immigrant males win big whereas females pay fitness cost after dispersal. Ecology Letters
Dantzer B, van Kesteren F, Westrick SE, et al. (2019) Maternal glucocorticoids promote offspring growth without inducing oxidative stress or shortening telomeres in wild red squirrels. The Journal of Experimental Biology
McAdam AG, Boutin S, Dantzer B, et al. (2019) Seed Masting Causes Fluctuations in Optimum Litter Size and Lag Load in a Seed Predator. The American Naturalist. 194: 574-589
Brady SP, Bolnick DI, Barrett RDH, et al. (2019) Understanding Maladaptation by Uniting Ecological and Evolutionary Perspectives. The American Naturalist. 194: 495-515
Brady SP, Bolnick DI, Angert AL, et al. (2019) Causes of maladaptation. Evolutionary Applications. 12: 1229-1242
van Kesteren F, Delehanty B, Westrick SE, et al. (2019) Experimental Increases in Glucocorticoids Alter Function of the HPA Axis in Wild Red Squirrels without Negatively Impacting Survival and Reproduction. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology : Pbz. 92: 445-458
Guindre-Parker S, Mcadam AG, van Kesteren F, et al. (2019) Individual variation in phenotypic plasticity of the stress axis. Biology Letters. 15: 20190260
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