Philip Hedrick

Emeritus Professor
Faculty
TEMPE Campus
Mailcode
4501

Biography

Phil Hedrick is a population geneticist and conservation biologist who studies genetic variation in populations, including how genetics can impact the survival of rare and endangered species.

In population genetics, he examines how genetic variation in a population is affected by selection, inbreeding, migration between populations, and random genetic change over time (genetic drift). In conservation biology, he studies how genetics and evolutionary factors, such as inbreeding and genetic drift, can be used to help prevent extinction in endangered species.

In recent years, he has worked on conservation efforts for rare and endangered species including Mexican wolves, red wolves, winter run Chinook salmon, desert bighorn sheep, bison, and Gila top minnows.

Education

Ph.D. University of Minnesota 1968

Publications

  • Hedrick, P. W., and K. Ritland. 2012. Population genetics and the white-phased“Kermode” or “Spirit” black bears.Evolution66:305-313.
  • Saltzgiver, M., E. J. Heist, and P. W. Hedrick. 2012. Evaluating effective population sizein a captive population: The general approach and a case study in pallid sturgeon (Scaphirhynchus albus).Cons. Genet.13:1381-1391.
  • Klitz, W., P. W. Hedrick, and E. Louis. 2012.New reservoirs of HLA alleles: Pools of rarevariants enhance immune defense.Trends Genet. 28:480-486.
  • Hedrick, P. W. 2012. What is the evidence for heterozygote advantage selection?Trends Ecol. Evol. 27:698-704.
  • Derr, J. N., P. W. Hedrick, N. D. Halbert, L. Plough, L. Dobson, D. L. Hunter, N. D.Cohen, and D. Hedgecock. 2012. Phenotypic effects of cattle mitochondrial DNA inAmerican bison.Cons. Biol. 26:1130-1136.

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  • Hedrick PW. Heterozygote advantage: the effect of artificial selection in livestock and pets. Journal of Heredity (2015).
  • Hedrick, P. W., and R. Lacy. Measuring relatedness between inbred individuals. Journal of Heredity (2015).
  • Hedrick, P. W. Conservation genetics and the persistence and translocation of small populations: bighorn sheep populations as examples. Animal Conservation (2014).
  • Hedrick, P. W. Conservation genetics and the persistence and translocation of small populations: bighorn sheep populations as examples. Animal Conservation (2014).
  • Hedrick, P. W. and J. D. Wehausen. Desert bighorn sheep: changes in genetic variation over time and the impact of merging population. J. Fish Wildlife Manag (2014).
  • Hedrick, P. W., and D. Stahler. Heterozygous advantage in a finite population: black color in wolves. Evolution (2014).
  • Hedrick, P. W., D. W. Coltman, M. Festa-Bianchet, and F. Petellier. Not surprisingly, no inheritance of a trait results in no evolution. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci (2014).
  • Hedrick, P. W., L Vucetich, J. Adams, R. Peterson, and J. Vucetich. Genetic rescue and inbreeding in Isle Royale wolves. Cons. Genet (2014).
  • Hedrick, P. W. Genetic Drift. Guide to Evolution (2014).
  • Hedrick, P. W. Coat color in mouse populations selected for weight gain. Genetics Research (2013).
  • Hedrick, P. W. Inbreeding in sheep or erroneous calculation?. Journal of Heredity (2013).
  • Hedrick, P. W. Killing mountain lions in Aravaipa Canyon. Canyon Echo (2013).
  • Hedrick, P. W., Allendorf, F. W., Baker, C. S. Estimation of male gene flow from estimates of nuclear and female gene flow. J. Hered (2013).
  • Hedrick, P. W., F. W. Allendorf, and R. S. Waples. Genetic engineering in conservation. Nature (2013).
  • Hedrick, P.W. Adaptive introgression in animals. Molecular Ecology (2013).
  • Derr, J. N., P. W. Hedrick, N. D. Halbert, L. Plough, L. Dobson, D. L. Hunter, N. D., Cohen, and D. Hedgecock. Phenotypic effects of cattle mitochondrial DNA in American bison. Coonservation Biology (2012).
  • Halbert, N. D., P. J. P. Gogan, P. W. Hedrick, J. M. Wahl, and J. N. Derr. Yellowstone bison genetics – let us move forward. Journal of Heredity (2012).
  • Halbert, N. D., P. J. P. Gogan, P. W. Hedrick, L. Wahl, and J. N. Derr. Genetic population substructure in bison in Yellowstone National Park. Journal of Heredity (2012).
  • Hedrick, P. W. Letter to the Editor: Inbreeding or Population Structure?. Journal of Animal Science (2012).
  • Hedrick, P. W. Resistance to malaria in humans: the impact of strong, recent selection. Malaria Journal (2012).
  • Hedrick, P. W. Reversing mother’s curse revisited. Evolution (2012).
  • Hedrick, P. W. What is the evidence for heterozygote advantage selection?. Trends in Ecology and Evolution (2012).
  • Hedrick, P. W., and C. R. Hurt. Conservation genetics and evolution in an endangered species: research in Sonoran topminnows. Evol. Applic. 5:806-819. Evolutionary Applications (2012).
  • Hedrick, P. W., and K. Ritland. Population genetics and the white-phased "Kermode" or "Spirit" black bears. Evolution (2012).
  • Hedrick, P. W., R. Lee, and C. R. Hurt. Genetic evaluation of captive populations of endangered species and merging of populations: Gila topminnows as an example. Journal of Heredity (2012).
  • Klitz, W., P. W. Hedrick, and E. Louis. New reservoirs of HLA alleles: Pools of rare variants enhance immune defense. Trends in Genetics (2012).
  • M. Saltzgiver, E. J. Heist, and P. W. Hedrick. Evaluating effective population size in a captive population: The general approach and a case study in pallid sturgeon (Scaphirhynchus albus). Conservation Genetics (2012).
  • Adams, J., L. M. Vucetich, P. W. Hedrick, R. O. Peterson, and J. A. Vucetich. Genetic rescue and genomic sweep of the wolves of Isle Royale. Proc. Roy Soc. Biol. Proceedings of the Royal Society Biology (2011).
  • P. G. Meirmans and P. W. Hedrick. Assessing population structure: FST and related measures. Molecular Ecology Resources (2011).
  • P. W. Hedrick. Population genetics of malaria resistance in humans. Heredity (2011).
  • P. W. Hedrick. Rapid decrease in horn size of bighorn sheep: environmental decline, inbreeding depression, or evolutionary response to trophy hunting in bighorn sheep. Journal of Heredity (2011).
  • P. W. Hedrick. Selection and mutation for a-thalassemia in non-malarial and malarial environments. Annals of Human Genetics (2011).
  • P. W. Hedrick and L. Andersson. Are dogs genetically special?. Heredity (2011).
  • PW Hedrick, JR Adams, JR Vucetich. Reevaluating and broadening the definition of genetic rescue. Conservation Biology (2011).
  • R. Wayne and P. W. Hedrick. Wolf conservation in the American west: Lessons to be learned. Heredity (2011).
  • Philip Hedrick. Genetics of Populations, 4th Edition. (2011).
  • . . Review of: Molecular approaches in Natural Resource Conservation and Management (2011).
  • Ooborg, O., R. Bijlsma, V. Loeschcke, C. Pertoldi, and P. W. Hedrick. Conservation genetics in transition to conservation genomics. Trends in Genetics (2010).
  • P. W. Hedrick. Cattle ancestry in bison: explanations for higher mtDNA than autosomal ancestry. Molecular Ecology (2010).
  • P. W. Hedrick. Genetic future for Florida panthers. Science (2010).
  • P. W. Hedrick and D. Hedgecock. A simple genetic model for oyster sex determination. Journal of Heredity (2010).
  • P.W. Hedrick R. Fredrickson. Genetic rescue: guidelines and examples from Mexican wolves and Florida panthers. Conservation Genetics (2010).
  • Philip Hedrick. Genetics of Populations, 4th Edition. (2010).
  • . . Review of: Population Genetics for Animal Conservation (2010).
  • . . Review of: Population Genetics for Animal Conservation (2010).
  • González-Suárez, M., R. Flatz, D. Aurioles-Gamboa, P. W. Hedrick, and L. R. Gerber. Isolation by distance among California sea lion populations in Mexico: redefining management stocks. Molecular Ecology (2009).
  • P. W. Hedrick. Conservation genetics and North American bison (Bison bison). J. Heredity (2009).
  • P. W. Hedrick. Wolf of a different colour. Heredity (2009).
  • Philip Hedrick. Genetics of Populations, 4th Edition. (2009).
  • Philip Hedrick. Population genetics and ecology. Guide to Ecology (2009).
  • Philip Hedrick, R Fredrickson. Captive breeding and the reintroduction of Mexican and red wolves. Molec. Ecol (2008).
  • . . Review of: Theories of population variation in genes and genomes (2008).
  • Philip Hedrick. Genetic rescue and inbreeding depression in Mexican wolves. Proceedings Royal Society Biol (2007).
  • Philip Hedrick. Sex differences in evolutionary factors. Evolution (2007).
  • Philip Hedrick. Virgin birth, genetic variation, and inbreeding. Biology Letters (2007).
  • Philip Hedrick, R Lee, C Hurt. The endangered Sonoran topminnow: Examination of species and ESUs using three mtDNA genes. Cons. Genet (2006).
  • Bedoya, G, Montoya, P, Garcia, J, Soto, I, Bourgeois, S, Carvajal, L, Labuda, D, Alvarez, V, Ospina, J, Hedrick, Philip, Ruiz-Linares, A. Admixture dynamics in Hispanics: a shift in the nuclear genetic ancestry of a South American population isolate. (2006).
  • C Hurt, M Farzin, Philip Hedrick. Premating, not postmating, barriers drive genetic dynamics in experimental hybrid populations of the endangered Sonoran topminnow. Genetics (2005).
  • Philip Hedrick. A standardized genetic differentiation measure. Evolution (2005).
  • Philip Hedrick. Genetic restoration: a more comprehensive perspective than "genetic rescue.". Trends in Ecology and Evolution (2005).
  • Philip Hedrick. Large variance in reproductive success and the Ne/N ratio. Evolution (2005).
  • Philip Hedrick, L Waits. What ancient DNA tells us. Heredity (2005).
  • Hedrick, Philip W. Genetics of Populations. (2005).
  • Weaver, R F, Hedrick, Philip W. Heredity. World Book Encyclopedia (2004).
  • Weaver, R F, Hedrick, Philip W. Heredity. World Book Encyclopedia (2004).
  • C Hurt, Philip Hedrick. Conservation genetics in aquatic species. Aquatic Sciences (2004).
  • C Hurt, S Stears-Ellis, K Hughes, Philip Hedrick. Mating behavior in the endangered Sonoran topminnow: speciation in action. Anim. Behav (2004).
  • Philip Hedrick. Comment on "Parasite Selection for Immunogenetic Optimality.". Science (2004).
  • Philip Hedrick. Estimation of relative fitness from relative risk data and the predicted future of hemoglobin alleles S and C. J. Evol. Biol (2004).
  • Philip Hedrick. Foxy MHC selection story. Heredity (2004).
  • Philip Hedrick. Recent developments in conservation genetics. Fores. Ecol. Manag (2004).
  • Hedrick, Philip W (Author) . Conservation biology: The impact of population biology and a current perspective. The Evolution of Population Biology - Modern Synthesis (2004).
  • Hedrick, Philip W (Author) . Heredity. World Book Encyclopedia, Volume 9 (H) (2004).
  • Hedrick, Philip W (Author) . Neutral, detrimental, and adaptive genetic variation in conservation genetics. Conservation Genetics in the Age of Genomics (2004).
  • A Giese, Philip Hedrick. Genetic variation and resistance to a bacterial infection in the endangered Gila topminnow. Anim. Cons (2003).
  • C Hurt, Philip Hedrick. Initial stages of reproductive isolation in two species of the endangered Sonoran topminnow. Evolution (2003).
  • D Garrigan, Philip Hedrick. Perspective: Detecting adaptive molecular evolution, lessons from the MHC. Evolution (2003).
  • Philip Hedrick. A heterozygote advantage. Science (2003).
  • Philip Hedrick. Hopi Indians, "cultural selection", and albinism. Amer. J. Physic. Anthrop (2003).
  • Philip Hedrick, R Lee, C Buchanan. Canine parvovirus, canine distemper, and MHC genetic variation in Mexican wolves. J. Wildlife Dis (2003).
  • W Minckley, P Marsh, J Deacon, T Dowling, Philip Hedrick, W Matthews, G Mueller. A conservation plan for native fishes of the lower Colorado River. BioScience (2003).
  • . . The Evolution of Population Biology - Modern Synthesis (2003).
  • Hedrick, Philip W (Author) . The major histocompatibility complex (MHC) in declining populations: an example of adaptive variation. Reproduction Science and Integrated Conservation (2003).
  • K Arkush, A Giese, H Mendonca, A McBride, G Marty, Philip Hedrick. Resistance to three pathogens in the endangered winter-run Chinook salmon: effects of inbreeding and MHC genotypes. Canad. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci (2002).
  • Philip Hedrick. Lethals in finite populations. Evolution (2002).
  • Philip Hedrick. Pathogen resistance and genetic variation at MHC loci. Evolution (2002).
  • Philip Hedrick, R Lee, D Garrigan. MHC variation in red wolves: evidence for ancestry from coyotes and balancing selection. Molec. Ecol (2002).
  • R Fredrickson, Philip Hedrick. Body size in endangered Mexican wolves: effects of captivity, inbreeding, and cross-lineage matings. Anim. Cons (2002).
  • . . Review of: Conservation Genetics (2002).
  • Hedrick, Philip W (Author) . Application of molecular genetics to managing endangered species. Population Viability Analysis: Assessing Models for Recovering Endangered Species (2002).
  • D Garrigan, Philip Hedrick. Class I MHC polymorphism and evolution in endangered California Chinook and other Pacific salmon. Immunogenetics (2001).
  • G Gutierrez-Espeleta, Philip Hedrick, S Kalinowski, D Garrigan, W Boyce. Is the decline of desert bighorn sheep from infectious disease the result of low MHC variation?. Heredity (2001).
  • P Miller, Philip Hedrick. Purging of inbreeding depression and fitness decline in bottlenecked populations of Drosophila melanogaster. J. Evol. Biol (2001).
  • Philip Hedrick. Conservation genetics: where are we now?. Trends Ecol. Evol (2001).
  • Philip Hedrick. Invasion of transgenes in salmon or other genetically modified organisms into natural populations. Canad. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci (2001).
  • Philip Hedrick, G Gutierrez-Espeleta, R Lee. Founder effect in an island population of desert bighorn sheep. Molec. Ecol (2001).
  • Philip Hedrick, K Parker, R Lee. Using microsatellite and MHC variation to identify species, ESUs, and MUs in the endangered Sonoran topminnows. Molec. Ecol (2001).
  • Philip Hedrick, R Fredrickson, H Ellegren. Evaluation of d2, a microsatellite measure of inbreeding, in wolves with known inbreeding. Evolution (2001).
  • Philip Hedrick, S Kumar. Mutation and linkage disequilibrium in human mtDNA. Europ. J. Hum. Genet (2001).
  • Philip Hedrick, T Kim, K Parker. Parasite resistance and genetic variation in the endangered Gila topminnow. Anim. Cons (2001).
  • R Fredrickson, Philip Hedrick. Effects of captivity and inbreeding on body size in Mexican wolves. Endangered Species Update (2001).
  • S Kalinowski, Philip Hedrick. Estimation of gametic disequilibrium for loci with multiple alleles: basic approach and an application using data from bighorn sheep. Heredity (2001).
  • S Kalinowski, Philip Hedrick. Inbreeding depression in captive bighorn sheep. Anim. Cons (2001).
  • T Cardwell, R Sheffer, Philip Hedrick. MHC variation and tissue transplantation in fish. J. Hered (2001).
  • Hedrick, Philip W (Author) . Evolutionary conservation biology. Evolutionary Ecology: Synthesis and Perspectives (2001).
  • G Gutierrez-Espeleta, S Kalinowski, W Boyce, Philip Hedrick. Genetic variation and population structure in desert bighorn sheep: Implications for conservation. Cons. Genet (2000).
  • J Parker, Philip Hedrick. Gene flow and selection balance in haplodiploid social insects. Heredity (2000).
  • Philip Hedrick. Ten generic seminar questions. Bull. Ecol. Soc. Amer (2000).
  • Philip Hedrick, D Hedgecock, S Hamelberg, S Croci. The impact of supplementation in winter-run chinook salmon on effective population size. J. Hered (2000).
  • Philip Hedrick, K Parker, G Gutierrez-Espeleta, A Rattink, K Lievers. Major histocompatibility complex variation in the Arabian oryx. Evolution (2000).
  • Philip Hedrick, R Lee, K Parker. Major histocompatibility complex (MHC) variation in the endangered Mexican wolf and related canids. Heredity (2000).
  • Philip Hedrick, S Kalinowski. Inbreeding depression and conservation biology. Ann. Rev. Ecol. Syst (2000).
  • Philip Hedrick, T Dowling, W Minckley, B DeMaris, P Marsh. Establishing a captive broodstock for an endangered species: Bonytail chub (Gila elegans) as a case study. J. Hered (2000).
  • Philip Hedrick, V Rashbrook, D Hedgecock. Effective population size in returning winter run chinook salmon. Canad. J. Fish. Aquat (2000).
  • S Kalinowski, Philip Hedrick, P Miller. Inbreeding depression in the Speke's gazelle captive breeding program. Cons. Biol (2000).
  • S Kumar, Philip Hedrick, T Dowling, M Stoneking. Linkage disequilibrium and human mtDNA recombination. Science (2000).
  • Hedrick, Philip W. Genetics of Populations. (2000).
  • Gutierrez-Espeleta, G A (Author) ,Kalinowski, S T (Author) ,Hedrick, Philip W (Author) . Populations structure in desert bighorn sheep: Implications for conservation in Arizona. Genetics, Demography, and Viability of Fragmented Populations (2000).
  • Hedrick, Philip W (Author) . Application of population genetics and molecular techniques to conservation. Genetics, Demography, and Viability of Fragmented Populations (2000).
  • Hedrick, Philip W (Author) ,Prout, T (Author) . Selection and genetic polymorphism: Introductory remarks. Evolutionary Genetics: From Molecules to Morphology (2000).
  • Culver, M., Hedrick, P, Muphy, K, O;'Brine, S., Hornoker, M. Estimation of the bottleneck size in Florida panthers. Anim. Cons (0).
  • Hedrick, p. East Asian ancestry in Polynesians. Amer J Hum Genet (0).
  • Philip Hedrick. Neutral, detrimental, and adaptive variation in conservation genetics. Conservation Genetics in the Age of Genomics (0).

Research Activity

  • Hedrick,Philip W*, Lee,Rhonda N. Conservation Genetics of Arizona Talussnails. AZ GAME & FISH, DEPT OF(8/2/2005 - 8/1/2008).
  • Hedrick,Philip W*. CONSERVATION GENETICS OF ARIZONA SPRINGSNAILS: IDENTIFYING MANAGEMENT UNITS AND REGIONS OF ENDEMISM. AZ GAME & FISH, DEPT OF(8/29/2003 - 8/28/2006).
  • Hedrick,Philip W*. DISSERTATION RESEARCH: TEMPO AND MODE OF HLA EVOLUTION IN THE AMERICAS. NSF-SBE(7/15/2002 - 12/31/2004).
  • Hedrick,Philip W*. USING MOLECULAR TECHNIQUES TO PRESERVE GENETIC INTEGRITY OF ENDANGERED SALMON IN A SUPPLEMENTATION PROGRAM. UNIV OF CA AT DAVIS(9/28/2001 - 9/15/2003).
  • Hedrick,Philip W*. GENETIC VARIATION IN ARIZONA SPRINGSNAILS. AZ GAME & FISH, DEPT OF(6/1/2001 - 12/1/2003).
  • Hedrick,Philip W*. MAINTENANCE OF GILA TOPMINNOW. DOI-FWS(4/27/2001 - 4/30/2006).
  • Hedrick,Philip W*. THE IMPACT OF HYBRIDIZATION ON REINTRODUCED RED WOLVES AND EXAMINATION OF VARIATION FOR PATOGEN-RESISTANCE GENES IN RED WOLVES. DOI-FWS(1/1/2000 - 9/30/2002).
  • Hedrick,Philip W*. WINTER RUN CHINOOK SALMON CAPTIVE PROPAGATION/BROODSTOCK PROGRAM. UNIV OF CA AT DAVIS(1/1/1999 - 9/30/2001).
  • Hedrick,Philip W*. PARASITE RESISTANCE IN GILA AND YAQUI TOPMINNOWS. NSF-BIO(6/15/1998 - 8/31/2002).
  • Hedrick,Philip W*. IDENTIFICATION AND CHARACTERIZATION USING GENETIC MARKERS OF GILA & YAQUI TOPMINNOW POPULATIONS. DOI-BOR(1/1/1998 - 12/31/1999).
  • Hedrick,Philip W*. DEVELOPMENT OF A PROTOCOL TO MONITOR & EVALUATE THE MERGING OF THE THREE MEXICAN WOLF LINEAGES. DOI-FWS(10/2/1997 - 10/1/1999).
  • Hedrick,Philip W*. MHC VARIATION IN TOPMINNOWS AND RESIISTANCE TO PARASITIC INFECTION. AZ GAME & FISH, DEPT OF(5/13/1997 - 10/20/2000).
  • Hedrick,Philip W*. WINTER RUN CHINOOK SALMON. UNIV OF CA AT DAVIS(5/1/1997 - 12/31/1998).
  • Hedrick,Philip W*. GILA TOPMINNOWS AND DISEASES FROM NON-NATIVE FISHES. DOI-BOR(9/26/1996 - 9/30/1997).
  • Hedrick,Philip W*. RECOMMENDATIONS FOR ESTABLISHING & MAINTAINING A BROODSTOCK FOR BONYTAIL CHUB. DOI-FWS(8/14/1996 - 6/30/1997).
  • Hedrick,Philip W*, Kalinowski,Steven T. GENETIC VARIATION IN BIGHORN SHEEP. AZ GAME & FISH, DEPT OF(7/1/1996 - 12/31/1998).
  • Hedrick,Philip W*. MICROSATELLITE VARIATION IN TOPMINNOWS. AZ GAME & FISH, DEPT OF(6/15/1995 - 12/7/1997).
  • Hedrick,Philip W*. PEDIGREE ANALYSIS OF MEXICAN WOLF. AZ GAME & FISH, DEPT OF(6/28/1994 - 6/27/1996).
  • Hedrick,Philip W*. CRB: INBREEDING DEPRESSION & ADAPTIVE GENETIC VARIATION IN G. NSF-BIO(6/1/1994 - 11/30/1997).
  • Hedrick,Philip W*. POPULATION GENETICS OF THE HLA REGION. UNIV OF CA AT BERKELEY(4/1/1993 - 3/31/1994).
  • Hedrick,Philip W*. WINTER RUN CHINOOK SALMON BROODSTOCK PROGRAM. UNIV OF CA AT DAVIS(3/1/1993 - 12/31/1997).
  • Hedrick,Philip W*. CONSERVATION GENETICS. NSF(7/1/1992 - 5/30/1994).

Courses

Spring 2014
Course Number Course Title
BIO 545 Populations Evolution Genetics

Presentations

  • Phil Hedrick. Adaptive introgression and genetic rescue. Society for Molecular Biology and Evolution (Jul 2015).
  • Phil Hedrick. Genetic rescue in Isle Royale Wolves. Symposium at Conservation Biology Meeting (Jul 2014).
  • Phil Hedrick. Bighorn sheep genetics and small population size. Desert bighorn Council (Apr 2013).
  • Hedrick, P. W. Conservation genetics: recent developments. University lecture at Hatfield Marine Station, Oregon State Univ (Oct 2012).
  • Hedrick, P. W. Inbreeding and conservation in Navajo-Churro sheep. Annual meeting of Navajo-Churro sheep association (Sep 2012).
  • Hedrick, P. W. Recent developments in conservation genetics. University lecture at NAU, Flagstaff, AZ (Apr 2012).
  • Hedrick, P. W. Population Genetics of Malaria Resistance in Medicine. Phylomedicine Conference at ASU, Tempe, AZ (Mar 2012).
  • Hedrick, P. W. Conservation genetics. Conference on Conservation of extremely small populations at Univ Calif-Davis (Feb 2012).
  • P. W. Hedrick. Bison and cattle ancestry. Conservation and Bison, Symposium organized by World Wildlife Fund, Tulsa, Oklahoma (Apr 2011).
  • P. W. Hedrick. Conservation genetics: recent developments. Symposium on Ecology and Evolution at Texas A & M, College Station, Texas (Apr 2011).
  • P. W. Hedrick. Recent devalopments in conservation genetics. University lecture at Donana in Seville, Spain (Feb 2011).
  • P. W. Hedrick. Global change and infectious disease. University lecture at Donana in Seville, Spain (Feb 2011).
  • P. W. Hedrick. Measuring population structure. University lecture at Donana in Seville, Spain (Feb 2011).
  • P. W. Hedrick. Evolution and Conservation Genetics. Evolution Meeting at Emmental Switzerland (Jun 2010).
  • P. W. Hedrick. Conservation Genetics. Univ. Lecture at Univ. Uppsala, Sweden (May 2010).
  • P. W. Hedrick. Conservation Genetics. university lecture at Univ. Zurich, Zwitzerland (May 2010).
  • P. W. Hedrick. Measures of genetic differentiation. invited lecture at Univ Zurich, Switzerland (May 2010).
  • P. W. Hedrick. MHC and effects on mate choice in endangered species. Symposium on Mate Choice in Endangered Species (Mar 2010).
  • P. W. Hedrick. Conservation Genetics. University lecture at Univ Costa Rica (Mar 2010).
  • P. W. Hedrick. Conservation Genetics and North American Bison. 10th Biennial Conference of Research on the Colorado Plateau, Flagstaff, AZ (Oct 2009).
  • P. W. Hedrick and R. Fredrickson. Genetic Rescue and Hybridization. Conservation Genetics Symposium, Trondheim, Norway (May 2009).
  • P. W. Hedrick. Population genetics and theory. Physics seminar at ASU (Apr 2009).
  • hedrick, P. W. Recent developments in conservation genetics. university lecture at Univ. Cal. San Diego (Nov 2008).
  • hedrick, p. w. conservation genetics of bison. workshop organized by Dept. Interior in Nebraska City, Nebraska (Sep 2008).
  • hedrick, p. w. Artificial Propagation and Genetics: Examples, General Principles, and Guidelines. CALFED Workshop on Artificial Propagation, Sacramento, CA (Aug 2008).
  • hedrick, p. w. Captive Breeding of Delta Smelt: Overview of Genetic Issues. CABA-CALFED Workshop on Establishment of Delta Smelt Refugial Populations. UC Davis (May 2008).
  • hedrick, p. w. consrvation of wolves at Ladder ranch, New Mexico. Workshop on Applying Conservation Biology to Endangered Species Recovery Goals: The Wolf as a Case S (Apr 2008).
  • Hedrick, Philip. Conservation genetics. Univ. seminar at Utah State U. in Logan (Nov 2006).
  • Hedrick, Philip. Effective population size in conservation. Univ. seminar at Utah State U. in Logan, UT (Nov 2006).
  • Hedrick, Philip. Conservation genetics. IUFRO ConferencePopulations genetics and the genomics of trees in Madrid Spain (Oct 2006).
  • Hedrick, Philip. Recent developments in conservation genetics. Symposium speaker at 33rd Natural Areas Conference (Sep 2006).
  • Hedrick, Philip. Measuring diversity among breeds and populations. Symposium speaker at American Dairy Science-Animal Science Annual Meeting (Jul 2006).
  • Hedrick, Philip. Conservation Genetics. Univ. seminar at Univ. Washington (May 2006).
  • Hedrick, Philip. Conservation Genetics. Univ. seminar at STRI in Panama City (Apr 2006).
  • Hedrick, Philip. Population size. Univ. seminar on Barro Colorado Island in Panama (Apr 2006).
  • Hedrick, Philip. Conservation Genetics. Invited seminar (Sep 2004).
  • Hedrick, Philip. Recent Developments in Evolutionary Genetics. Seminar in Wildlife and Biology Departments (Sep 2004).
  • Hedrick, Philip. Conservation Genetics. Invited talk (Jun 2004).
  • Hedrick, Philip. Recent Developments in Evolutionary Genetics. Seminar in Biology Department (Jun 2004).
  • Hedrick, Philip. Conservation Genetics. Seminar in Biology Department (Mar 2004).
  • Hedrick, Philip. Other. Miscellaneous
  • Hedrick, Philip. Effective Population Size and Genetic Differentiation in Conservation Genetics. Symposium lecture at Conservation Genetics in the European Union, Berlin, Germany
  • Hedrick, Philip. Effective Population Size and Genetic Differentiation in Conservation Genetics. University lecture at Univ. Sheffield, UK
  • Hedrick, Philip. Past effective population size in Florida panthers. Symposium lecture at Genetics in the Florida Panther, Live Oak, Florida
  • Hedrick, Philip. Recent Developments in Conservation Genetics. Keynote speech at Second International Meeting on Conservation Genetics, Asilomar, Calif
  • Hedrick, Philip. Recent Developments in Conservation Genetics. Symposium lecture at Conservation of Genetic Diversity: Science and Policy Needs in a Changing World in Derbyshire, UK
  • Hedrick, Philip. Captive Breeding and the Recovery of the Mexican and Red Wolves. Symposium speaker at Microevolutionary Change in Human-altered Environments
  • Hedrick, Philip. Captive Breeding and the Recovery of the Mexican and Red Wolves. University lecture at University of Southern California
  • Hedrick, Philip. Captive Breeding and the Recovery of the Mexican Wolves. Symposium lecture at Association for Tropical Biology and Conservation in Morelia, Mexico
  • Hedrick, Philip. Genetic polymorphism in heterogeneous environments: The age of genomics. University lecture at Univ. of Minnesota, St. Paul
  • Hedrick, Philip. Population and Conservation Genetics of the Endangered Sonoran Topminnow. Symposium lecture at Duke Univ. on Developing New Model Systems for Evolutionary Genetics and Genomics Using Poeciliid Fishes
  • Hedrick, Philip. Recent Developments in Conservation Genetics. Keynote speech at Association for Tropical Biology and Conservation in Morelia, Mexico
  • Hedrick, Philip. Recent Developments in Conservation Genetics. University lecture at Univ. Minnesota, St. Paul

Service

  • Isle Royale National Park Wolf Genetics Committee, Member (2012 - Present)
  • Isle Royale National Park Wolf Genetics Committee, Member (2012 - Present)
  • Reviewer of more than 20 manuscripts for Molec Ecol, Nature, Science, TREE, PNAS, etc, Reviewer (2010 - Present)
  • Reviewer of more than 20 manuscripts for Molec Ecol, Nature, Science, TREE, PNAS, etc, Reviewer (2010 - Present)
  • Reviewer of more than 25 grants and manuscripts for Molec Ecol, Nature, Science, TREE, PNAS, etc, Reviewer (2010 - Present)
  • Reviewer of more than 25 grants and manuscripts for Molec Ecol, Nature, Science, TREE, PNAS, etc, Reviewer (2010 - Present)
  • Reviewer of more than 25 manuscripts for Molec Ecol, Nature, Science, TREE, PNAS, etc, Reviewer (2010 - Present)
  • Reviewer of more than 30 manuscripts for Genetics, Evolution, Nature, Science, TREE, PNAS, etc, Reviewer (2009 - Present)
  • Reviewer of more than 40 manuscripts and grants for Nature, Science, TREE, PNAS, etc, Reviewer (2008 - Present)
  • Chiricahua leopard frog recovery team, member (2007 - Present)
  • Conservation Genetics, Board of Editors (2007 - Present)
  • Conservation Genetics, Board of Editors (2007 - Present)
  • Conservation Genetics, Board of Editors (2007 - Present)
  • Conservation Genetics, Board of Editors (2007 - Present)
  • Conservation Genetics, Board of Editors (2007 - Present)
  • Conservation Genetics, Board of Editors (2007 - Present)
  • Conservation Genetics, Board of Editors (2007 - Present)
  • Evolutionary Applications, Board of Editors (2007 - Present)
  • Mexican wolf recovery team, Member (2007 - Present)
  • Molecular Ecology, Board of Editors (2007 - Present)
  • Molecular Ecology, Board of Editors (2007 - Present)
  • Molecular Ecology, Board of Editors (2007 - Present)
  • Molecular Ecology, Board of Editors (2007 - Present)
  • Molecular Ecology, Board of Editors (2007 - Present)
  • Molecular Ecology, Board of Editors (2007 - Present)
  • Molecular Ecology, Board of Editors (2007 - Present)
  • Pallid Sturgeon Recovery Team Genetics Advisory Group, Member (2007 - Present)
  • Evolutionary Applications, Editorial Board (2006 - Present)
  • Evolutionary Applications, Editorial Board (2006 - Present)
  • Evolutionary Applications, Editorial Board (2006 - Present)
  • Evolutionary Applications, Editorial Board (2006 - Present)
  • Conservation Genetics, Editorial Board (2006 - Present)
  • Mexican wolf recovery team, Member (2006 - Present)
  • Mexican wolf recovery team, Member (2006 - Present)
  • Molecular Ecology, Editorial Board (2006 - Present)
  • Pallid Sturgeon Recovery Team Genetics Committee, Member (2006 - Present)
  • Pallid Sturgeon Recovery Team Genetics Advisory Group, Member (2005 - Present)
  • Pallid Sturgeon Recovery Team Genetics Advisory Group, Member (2005 - Present)
  • Pallid Sturgeon Recovery Team Genetics Advisory Group, Member (2005 - Present)
  • Pallid Sturgeon Recovery Team Genetics Advisory Group, Member (2005 - Present)
  • Pallid Sturgeon Recovery Team Genetics Advisory Group, Member (2005 - Present)
  • Pallid Sturgeon Recovery Team Genetics Advisory Group, Member (2005 - Present)
  • Pallid Sturgeon Recovery Team Genetics Advisory Group, Member (2005 - Present)
  • Chiricahua leopard frog recovery team, Member (2003 - Present)
  • Chiricahua leopard frog recovery team, Member (2003 - Present)
  • Chiricahua leopard frog recovery team, Member (2003 - Present)
  • Chiricahua leopard frog recovery team, Member (2003 - Present)
  • Chiricahua leopard frog recovery team, Member (2003 - Present)
  • Chiricahua leopard frog recovery team, Member (2003 - Present)
  • Chiricahua leopard frog recovery team, Member (2003 - Present)
  • Heredity, Board of Editors (2003 - Present)
  • American Association for Advancement of Science, Fellow (1987 - Present)
  • American Association for Advancement of Science, Fellow (1987 - Present)
  • American Association for Advancement of Science, Fellow (1987 - Present)
  • American Association for Advancement of Science, Fellow (1987 - Present)
  • American Association for Advancement of Science, Fellow (1987 - Present)
  • American Association for Advancement of Science, Fellow (1987 - Present)
  • American Association for Advancement of Science, Fellow (1987 - Present)
  • No affiliated organization, evaluate multiple bag limit for pumas by Arizona Game and Fish Department (2014 - 2014)
  • No affiliated organization, I have been evaluating the bighorn sheep population in Aravaipa Canyon (2014 - 2014)
  • No specific group, I have been evaluating the bighorn sheep release in the Catalinas and the hunting of lions there. (2014 - 2014)
  • no affilated group, prepared evaluation and comment on released Mexican wolf population (2014 - 2014)
  • No affiliated organization, evaluate multiple bag limit for pumas by Arizona Game and Fish Department (2013 - 2013)
  • No affiliated organization, I have been evaluating the bighorn sheep population in Aravaipa Canyon (2013 - 2013)
  • Defenders of wildlife, prepared evaluation for press release about released Mexican wolf population (2013 - 2013)
  • Defenders of wildlife, wrote evaluation of released Mexican wolf population (2012 - 2012)
  • Outside reviewer for tenure or promotion at 1 Univ. (Univ. Montana), Outside reviewer for tenure or promotion (2010 - 2010)
  • Outside reviewer for tenure or promotion at 3 Univ. (Rice, Texas A & M, Univ. Wisconsin), Outside reviewer for tenure or promotion (2010 - 2010)
  • Mexican wolf recovery team, Member (2003 - 2010)
  • Sierra Club, speaker (2009 - 2009)
  • Outside reviewer for promotion at UCLA, Outside reviewer for promotion (2008 - 2008)
  • Finnish Centre of Excellence in Population Genomic Research, Outside Expert (2007 - 2007)
  • Outside reviewer for tenure or promotion at 5 Univ. (Harvard, UCLA, NOAA, Kansas St., S. Illinois), Outside reviewer for tenure or promotion (2007 - 2007)
  • Outside reviewer for tenure or promotion at 6 Univ. (Duke Univ, Univ. Alberta, Univ. Missippi, Orego, Outside reviewer for tenure or promotion (2007 - 2007)
  • World Wildlife Fund appeal on wolves in Norway, Expert witness (2007 - 2007)
  • Finnish Centre of Excellence in Population, Outside Expert (2007 - 2007)
  • World Wildlife Fund and wolves in Norway, Expert Witness (2005 - 2007)
  • Reviewer of more than 40 manuscripts and grants for Nature, TREE, Evolution, PNAS, etc, Reviewer (2006 - 2006)
  • Molecular Ecology, Associate Editor (2004 - 2006)
  • Heredity, Editorial Board (2002 - 2006)
  • Population genomics Center of Excellence, Oulu, Finland, Reviewer and onsight visit (2006 - 2006)
  • Journal of Heredity, Board of Editors (2001 - 2004)
  • Reviewer of more than 50 manuscripts and grants for Nature, Science, TREE, PNAS, etc, Reviewer (2004)
  • Bowling Green State Univ, Outside reviewer for promotion and tenure candidate (2004 - 2004)
  • Univ. Southern Calif, Outside reviewer for promotion and tenure candidate (2004 - 2004)
  • New Mexico State Univ, Outside reviewer for promotion and tenure candidate (2004 - 2004)
  • Red Wolf Recovery Team, Member (2000 - 2003)
  • Desert fishes recovery team, Consultant (2003)
  • Red wolf recovery team, Member (2003)
  • Search Committee for Bioinformatics Position, Member (2003)
  • Winter-run chinook salmon recovery team, Member (2003)
  • American Genetics Society, President (2002 - 2002)
  • Molecular Evolutionary Genetics Symposium, Organizer (2002 - 2002)
  • Nevada Genomics Center, Member, Advisory Board (2001 - 2002)
  • Animal Conservation, Editorial Board (1997 - 2002)
  • Committee on the Genetics of Wild Horses, Member (2001 - 2001)
  • Conservation Biology, Editorial Board (1991 - 2001)