Jeremy Dettman
(905) 828-3995

Jeremy joined the Taylor lab in August of 1999. He was a graduate student in the Department of Plant and Microbial Biology and is interested in Neurospora. Jeremy completed the work towards his Ph.D. in March 2004 and is currently a post doc in Jim Anderson's lab at the University of Toronto.


  • Taylor, John W.; Turner, Elizabeth; Townsend, Jeffrey P.; Dettman, Jeremy R.; Jacobson, David. 2006. Eukaryotic microbes, species recognition and the geographic limits of species: examples from the kingdom Fungi. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London B Biological Sciences 361(1475): 1947-1963.
  • David J. Jacobson, Jeremy R. Dettman, Rachel I. Adams, Cornelia Boesl, Shahana Sultana, Till Roenneberg, Martha Merrow, Margarida Duarte, Isabel Marques, Alexandra Ushakova, Patrícia Carneiro, Arnaldo Videira, Laura Navarro-Sampedro, María Olmedo, Luis M. Corrochano and John W. Taylor. 2006. New findings of Neurospora in Europe and comparisons of diversity in temperate climates on continental scales. Mycologia 98(4): 550-559.
  • Jeremey R. Dettman, David J. Jacobson and John W. Taylor. 2006. Multilocus sequence data reveal extensive phylogenetic species diversity within the Neurospora discreta complex. Mycologia 98(3): 436–446.
  • Dettman, J. R. and Taylor, J. W. 2004. Mutation and evolution of microsatellite loci in Neurospora. Genetics 168: 1231-1248.
  • David J. Jacobson, Amy J. Powell, Jeremy R. Dettman, Gregory S. Saenz, Magdalen M. Barton, Megan D. Hiltz, William H. Dvorachek, Jr., N. Louise Glass, John W. Taylor and Donald O. Natvig. 2004. Neurospora in temperate forests of western North America. Mycologia 96(1): 66-74.
  • Dettman, J. R., Jacobson, D. J., Turner, E., Pringle, A., Taylor, J. W. 2003. Reproductive isolation and phylogenetic divergence in Neurospora: Comparing methods of species recognition in a model eukaryote. Evolution 57(12): 2721-2741.
  • Dettman, J. R., D. J. Jacobson, Taylor, J. W. 2003. A multilocus genealogical approach to phylogenetic species recognition in the model eukaryote Neurospora. Evolution 57(12): 2703-2720.
  • Jeremy R. Dettman, Fred M. Harbinski, John W. Taylor. 2001. Ascospore morphology is a poor predictor of the phylogenetic relationships of Neurospora and Gelasinospora. Fungal Genetics and Biology 34(1): 44-61.
  • Jeremy R. Dettman and Bart J. van der Kamp. 2001. The population structure of Armillaria ostoyae in the southern interior of British Columbia. Canadian Journal of Botany 79(5): 612-620.
  • Jeremy R. Dettman and Bart J. van der Kamp. 2001. The population structure of Armillaria ostoyae and Armillaria sinapina in the central interior of British Columbia. Canadian Journal of Botany 79: 600-611.