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Greer Dolby, PI

Evolutionary biology, population genomics, Earth processes, causality and statistical modeling, moreC.V.

I invite students from all different intellectual and cultural backgrounds to join our research group, which I run jointly with Dr. Kenro Kusumi. We are committed in inclusivity and anti-racist practices in our group. Email me if you are interested in an undergraduate, graduate, or postdoctoral position.

 

Graduate students

 
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Raúl Araya-Donoso

Niche evolution and adaptive genomic divergence of Baja California desert animals (Dipodomys and Sceloporus).

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Sarah Baty

Integration of multi-‘omic and geologic data to understand divergence, adaptation, and plasticity in the speciation of desert brittlebush, Encelia.

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Bri McCoy

Modeling of multi-level genomic controls on the aging phenotype across animals.

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Joseph Orton

Physiological adaptation and gene expression in response to rainfall asynchrony across desert animals in the southwestern warm deserts.

Undergraduates

 
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Alex Yu

Barrett Honors Student

Comparative evolutionary genomics of the notch signaling pathway.

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Alexandra Cuddy

Remote Researcher

Use of structural equation modeling to quantify geological-genetic and genotype-phenotype relationships

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Yash Sharma

Barrett Honors Student

Comparative genomics and gene family evolution of heat shock factors across tetrapods.

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Bryan Yavari

Barrett Honors Student

Population genomics and use of information theory to measure the history of diverging lineages.

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Dylan Wang

Barrett Honors Student

Evolutionary analysis of the birth, death, and duplication of SMG genes across tetrapods.