An Interview with Adam J Ramsey

Current Job: PhD Student/Teaching Assistant, University of Memphis Scientific Discipline/Field: Botany – Plant Genetics Country: USA Pick some letters (L,G,B,T,Q etc.): G Website: www.ramseyresearch.net What does your job involve? My lab studies carrot mitochondrial genetics and transmission. My PhD research is determining the fitness effects of plants being heteroplasmic (i.e. having more than one mitochondrial genome). What that really... Continue Reading →

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An Interview with Robert Williamson

Current Job: PhD Student Scientific Discipline/Field: Population Genetics Country: I'm from the US but live/work in Canada Pick some letters (L,G,B,T,Q etc.): G and Q I suppose. I’m also fond of Å, because who doesn’t like tiny circles? Website? http://www.genomicconflict.com What does your job involve? I do primarily computational research, analyzing genomic sequences and simulating... Continue Reading →

An Interview with Beth Hellen

Current Job: Postdoctoral Research Fellow at Rutgers University Scientific Discipline/Field: Computational Evolutionary Genetics Country: Currently USA, but I'll be going back home to the UK soon Pick some letters: L, Q Website? https://wordpress.com/post/montaguehellen.wordpress.com/ What does you job involve? I'm a Computational Evolutionary Geneticist. This means that while I am interested in researching evolution, I work using a computer rather... Continue Reading →

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