Evolutionary conservation genomics
We study conservation biological issues by using genomic methods and population genetic theory. Our research focuses on understanding conservation biological problems using genetic information. We analyze population genomic information from endangered species in order to find knowledge about how species can adapt to their environment and thereby resist changes such as a warmer climate.
Consvation genomics talk
The era of reference genomes in conservation genomics
Conservation genomics of sibling grouse in boreal forests reveals introgression and adaptive population differentiation in genes controlling epigenetic variation
Low neutral and immunogenetic diversity in northern fringe populations of the green toad Bufotes viridis: implications for conservation