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Compact coalescent histories represent a combinatorial structure that collapses standard coalescent histories into a smaller number of equivalence classes.
The study extends the lab's work on enumeration of coalescent histories to a new structure. graduate Doc Edge for analyzing the relationship between the magnitude of genetic and phenotypic differences among populations  .
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.
We are a mathematical, theoretical, and computational lab in genetics and evolution.
Association studies, the distribution of rare variants, the genetics of spatially structured populations and understanding human history using ancient DNA.
Rohan's thesis studies a variety of mathematical modeling problems in diverse areas of population genetics and evolutionary biology.
He examines combinatorial and probabilistic aspects of genealogical lineages along the branches of species trees, mathematical properties of F, on the bounds on homozygosity and entropy statistics that measure genetic diversity in terms of the frequency of the most frequent allele.