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Publications

  • Evans, T.G., J. Padilla-Gamino, M.W. Kelly, M.H. Pespeni, F. Chan, B.A. Menge, B. Gaylord, T.M. Hill, R.D. Ann, S.R. Palumbi, E. Sanford and G.E. Hofmann. 2015. Ocean acidification research in the ‘post-genomic’ era: roadmaps from the purple sea urchin Strongylocentrotus purpuratus. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology A 185: 33-42.

  • Evans, T.G. 2015. Considerations for the use of transcriptomics in identifying the 'genes that matter' for environmental adaptation. Journal of Experimental Biology 218: 1925-1935.

  • Evans, T.G., S.E. Diamond and M.W. Kelly. 2015. Mechanistic species distribution modelling as a link between physiology and conservation. Conservation Physiology 3.

  • Hofmann, G.E., T.G. Evans, M.W. Kelly, J. Padilla-Gamino, C.A. Blanchette, L. Washburn, F. Chan, M.A. McManus, B.A. Menge, B. Gaylord, T.M. Hill, E. Sanford, M. LaVigne, J.M. Rose, L. Kapsenberg and J. Dutton. 2014. Exploring local adaptation and the ocean acidification seascape – studies in the California Current Large Marine Ecosystem. Biogeosciences 11: 1053-1064.

  • Evans, T.G. and P. Watson-Wynn. 2014. Effects of seawater acidification on gene expression: resolving broader-scale trends in sea urchins. Biological Bulletin 226: 237-254.

  • Evans, T.G. and G.E. Hofmann. 2013. ranscriptomic responses to ocean acidification in larval sea urchins from a naturally variable pH environment. Molecular Ecology 22: 1609-1625.

  • Padilla-Gamino, J., M.W. Kelly, T.G. Evans and G.E. Hofmann. 2013. Temperature and CO2 additively regulate physiology, morphology and genomic responses of larval sea urchins, Strongylocentrotus purpuratus. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 280: 20130155.

  • Swan, C.L., T.G. Evans, N. Sylvain and P.H. Krone. 2012. Zebrafish HSF4: A novel protein that shares features with both HSF1 and HSF4 of mammals. Cell Stress and Chaperones 17: 623-637.

  • Evans, T.G. and G.E. Hofmann. 2012. Defining the limits of physiological plasticity: how gene expression can assess and predict the consequences of ocean change. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 367: 1733-1745.

  • Evans, T.G., E. Hammill, K. Kaukinen, A.D. Schulze, D.A. Patterson, K.K. English, J.M. Curtis and K.M. Miller. 2011. Transcriptomics of environmental acclimatization and survival in wild adult Pacific sockeye salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka) during spawning migration. Molecular Ecology 20: 4472-4489.

  • Evans, T.G. 2010. Coordination of osmotic stress responses through osmosensing and signal transduction events in fish. Journal of Fish Biology 76: 1903-1925.

  • Evans, T.G. and G.N. Somero. 2010. Phosphorylation events catalyzed by major cell signaling proteins differ in response to thermal and osmotic stress in native (Mytilus californianus and Mytilus trossulus) and invasive (Mytilus galloprovincialis) species of mussels. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 83: 984-996.

  • Evans, T.G. and G.N. Somero. 2009. Protein-protein interactions enable rapid adaptive response to osmotic stress in fish gills. Communicative and Integrative Biology 2: 1-3.

  • Evans, T.G. and G.N. Somero. 2008. A microarray-based transcriptomic time course of hyper- and hypo-osmotic stress signaling events in the euryhaline fish Gillichthys mirabilis: osmosensors to effectors. Journal of Experimental Biology 211: 3636-3649.

  • Evans, T.G., Z. Belak, N. Ovsenek and P.H. Krone. 2007. Heat shock factor 1 is required for constitutive Hsp70 expression and normal lens development in embryonic zebrafish. Heat shock factor 1 is required for constitutive Hsp70 expression and normal lens development in embryonic zebrafish 146: 131-140.

  • Krone, P.H., S.R. Blechinger, T.G. Evans, J.A. Ryan, E.J. Noonan and L.E. Hightower. 2005. Use of PLHC-1 cells and zebrafish embryos in cytotoxicity assays. Methods 35: 176-187.

  • Evans, T.G. and P.H. Krone. 2005. Heat shock proteins: molecular chaperones as critical players in normal eukaryotic development. Trends in Developmental Biology 1: 95-105.

  • Evans, T.G., Y. Yamamoto, W.R. Jeffery and P.H. Krone. 2005. Zebrafish Hsp70 is required for normal lens formation. Cell Stress Chaperones 10: 66-78.

  • Krone, P.H., T.G. Evans and S.R. Blechinger. 2003. Heat shock gene expression and function during zebrafish embryogenesis. Seminars in Cell and Developmental Biology 14: 267-276.

  • Evans, T.G., S.R. Blechinger, P.T. Tang, J.Y. Kuwada, J.T. Warren and P.H. Krone. 2002. The heat inducible zebrafish hsp70 gene is expressed during normal lens development under non-stress conditions. Mechanisms of Development 112: 213-215.

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Educational Background

  • 2006 – Ph.D., University of Saskatchewan, Canada (Developmental Biology)

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Collaborators, Advisors & Advisees

  • Hofmann, G – Univeristy of California Santa Barbara

  • Krone, P – University of Saskatchewan

  • Somero, G – Stanford University

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