I am an evolutionary biologist and I use population genetics approaches to address the ecology and evolution of wild and domesticated species. I am interested in understanding how different processes, such as the demographic history, mating system and selective pressures, shape genetic diversity. I joined the Schlebusch lab. (Human Evolution Program, Department of Organismal Biology) to address the co-evolution between human populations and cereals in Africa (Marie Skłodowska-Curie fellowship).
Keywords: adaptation population genomics domestication demography admixture
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