Our lab is broadly interested in understanding how an organism responds to novel environments. Such organismal persistence generally occurs through genetic adaptation, phenotypic plasticity or combination of these two processes. We are particularly interested in exploring the relative roles of such processes of genetic adaptation and phenotypic plasticity that underly a trait evolution. We integrate a variety of interdisciplinary approaches, including comparative ‘omics’ (Genomics, Transcriptomics, Epigenomics and Metabolomics), Ecology and Natural history to uncover the molecular basis underlying the processes of adaptive evolution. We work with a variety of non-model systems that includes birds, lizards, frogs and mammals.
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BSCI - ST 4/5/70195: INTRODUCTION TO GENOMICS
# Wenner-Gren Fellow, Harvard University, USA, # PhD, Evolutionary Genomics, Uppsala University, Sweden