Émilie Tremblay, Ph.D.

Current research and/or projects

Émilie is currently working at Agriculture and Agri-Food Canda in Ottawa.

Professional activities / interests

  • Bioinformatics
  • Metagenomics
  • Molecular biology
  • Sequencing
  • Environmental samples
  • Teamwork
  • Collaborations
  • Alien Invasive Species
  • Biosurveillance
  • Monitoring
  • Air, soil and insects sampling

Education and awards

Education

Université Laval

  • PhD - for Microbiology (January, 2015 - to February, 2019)
  • M.Sc. - for Microbiology (September, 2013 - to December, 2014)
  • B.Sc. - for Microbiology (August, 2010 - to April, 2013)

 

 

Key publications

  1. Tremblay, É. D., D. Shearlaw, H. D. T. Nguyen, G. J. Bilodeau and S. Hambleton. 2019. Laboratory testing of qPCR assays designed in silico reveal promising results to rapidly identify phytopathogenic Tilletia species. In Plant Canada 2019 meeting. July 7-10 2019, Guelph, Ontario, Canada. (Poster).

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  2. Côté, M.-J., S. Jones, A. Colville, N. Wurm, É. D. Tremblay, S. Belanger and M.-O. Duceppe. 2019. Detection and identification of invasive plants and weed seeds in seed lots using Nest-Generation Sequencing (NGS) technology. In 32nd International Seed Testing Association Congress. June 26- July 3rd 2019, Hyderbarad, India.

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  3. Côté, M.-J., A. Colville, S. Jones, É. D. Tremblay, M.-C. Gagnon, and M.-O. Duceppe. 2019. Identification of plant species in mixed seed samples using High-Throughput Sequencing (HTS) and DNA barcodes. In 8th International Barcode of Life Conference 2019. June 17-20 2019, Trondheim, Norway.

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  4. Bérubé, J.A., Potvin A., D. Stewart, P. N. Gagné, Ponchart J. P., Phelan J., A. Varga, D. James, É. D. Tremblay, M.-O. Duceppe, T. Kimoto, and G. J. Bilodeau. 2018. Species, distribution and spore density of Heterobasidion in Canada. In 61st annual Forest Pest Management Forum. December 4-6 2018, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

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  5. Tremblay, É. D., M.-O. Duceppe, G. B. Thurston, M.-C. Gagnon, M.-J. Côté, and G. J. Bilodeau. 2018. Biomonitoring of phytopathogens and invasive plants through honeybees pollen pellets. In Canadian Phytopathological Society Eastern Ontario Regional annual meeting. Nov. 30 2018, Ottawa, ON, Canada.

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  6. Tremblay, É. D., J. A. Bérubé, T. Kimoto, C. Lemieux, Bernier L., and G. J. Bilodeau. 2018. Development of a Next-Generation Sequencing screening method for exotic forest pathogens from fungal spores in air and occurring on insect vectors. In International Congress of Plant Pathology. July 29 - August 3 2018, Boston, MA, USA.

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  7. Ac12: (Abstract) Bérubé, J. A., Potvin A., D. Stewart, P. N. Gagné, J. P. Ponchart, Phelan J., A. Varga, D. James, É. D. Tremblay, M.-O. Duceppe, T. Kimoto, and G. J. Bilodeau. 2018. Species, distribution and spore density of Heterobasidion in Canada. In LIFE+ ELMIAS Ash and Elm, and IUFRO WP 7.02.01 Root and Stem Rots Conference (LIFE-IUFRO), edited by R. Vasaitis. 26 August - 1 September 2018, Uppsala and Visby, Sweden: Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Uppsala.

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  8. Côté, M.-J., S. Jones, É. D. Tremblay, A. Colville, M.-O. Duceppe, G. J. Bilodeau, and C. Dollard. 2017. Detection and identification of invasive plants and weed seeds in seed lots using Next-Generation Sequencing (NGS) technology. In International Seed Testing Association Annual Meeting. Jun. 19-22 2017, Denver, CO, USA.

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  9. Tremblay, É. D., M.-O. Duceppe, J. A. Bérubé, T. Kimoto, C. Lemieux, and G. J. Bilodeau. 2017. Development of a NGS-based detection method to identify exotic forest pathogens from fungal spores suspended in air and occurring on insect vectors. November 1–3, 2017, In The 77th Annual Meeting of the Northeastern Division of American Phytopathology Society. Quebec, Qc, Canada.

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  10. Bilodeau, G. J., É. D. Tremblay, and J. A. Bérubé. 2017. Next-generation sequencing (NGS) using Ion Torrent technology for biosurveillance from spore and insect traps. In The Canadian Phytopathological Society Annual Meeting. June 12-15, 2016, Moncton, NB, Canada: Canadian Journal of Plant Pathology.

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  11. Tremblay, É. D., G. J. Bilodeau, and J. A. Bérubé. 2016. Evaluation of next-generation sequencing for detection of potential threats or emerging forest pest, entry point from spore and insect traps. In CFIA's Science Café. June 7 2016, Ottawa, ON, Canada.

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  12. Bilodeau, G. J., É. D. Tremblay, and J. A. Bérubé. 2015. Next generation sequencing evaluation for detection of potential threats or emerging forest pest and potential entry point. In Forest Pest Management Forum 2015. December 3rd, 2015, Ottawa, ON, Canada.

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  13. Bilodeau, G. J., É. D. Tremblay, and J. A. Bérubé. 2016. Next generation sequencing evaluation for detection of potential threats or emerging forest pest, entry point from spore and insect traps. In American Phytopathology Annual Meeting. July 30 - August 3, 2016, Tampa, FL, USA: Phytopathology.

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  14. Bilodeau, G. J., É. D. Tremblay, and J. A. Bérubé. 2015. Next-generation sequencing, proof of concept for the detection of fungal spores of exotic pests in nearby point of entries into Canada. In National Science Day on Biovigilance and Precision agriculture. 9 July 2015, Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu, Qc, Canada: The Horticulture R&D Centre, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada.

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Research facility

3701 Carling Avenue
Ottawa, ON K1A 0Z4
Canada

Language

English
French