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PPC 6803 Current Position: Postdoc at Helmholtzzentrum für Umweltforschung Leipzig (Andreas Schmid) Ian Beddows Laura Rose – Population Genetics Ph D student (fast-track) Thesis : Hybridization and Wild Tomato Current Position: Bioinformatics Research Scientist at Van Andel Institute, MI, USA Myles Levey Peter Westhoff - Developmental an Molecular Biology of Plants Associated Ph D student Thesis : Die Expression des photorespiratorischen Gens 2-Phosphoglycolat-Phosphatase im Genus Flaveria und die Folgen einer beeinträchtigten Photorespiration für die C-Pflanze Flaveria bidentis Current Position: Teacher David Heckmann Martin Lercher – Computational Cell Biology Ph D student (fast-track) 2010 – 2014 Thesis: Mathematical modelling of metabolism applied to the evolution of photosynthesis i GRAD-Plant Postdoc 2014 – 2016 Current Position: Postdoc at University of California, San Diego (Bioengineering; Bernhard Palsson) Sophie de Vries Laura Rose – Population Genetics Associated Ph D student Thesis : The role of the RNA silencing network on the co-evolution of Phytophthora infestans and Solanum spp.
Thesis Population Genetics
We are a mathematical, theoretical, and computational lab in genetics and evolution.
Research in the lab addresses problems in evolutionary biology and human genetics through a combination of mathematical modeling, computer simulations, development of statistical methods, and inference from population-genetic data. RECENT NEWS 5-8-2019 In a collaboration with the Stanford Conservation Program, we have developed a stochastic population occupancy model to examine two decades of occupancy data from the campus populations of the California red-legged frog (5-2-2019 A new study led by Alissa Severson examines the relationship between runs of homozygosity and identity-by-descent tracts.
The paper determines for a diploid coalescent model the time to the most recent common ancestor, both for two haplotypes in the same individual and for two haplotypes in different individuals.
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