Congratulations to Stepfanie Aguillon for being recognized with the AOS James G Cooper Early Professional Award!
Congratulations to Tris Dodge for receiving an NSF GRFP and to Shreya Banerjee and Gabe Preising for their honorable mentions!
Congratulations to Cheyenne Payne for being awarded the American Society of Naturalists Student Research Award!
Cheyenne Payne’s work is featured as part of an article on hybridization at aeon
Congratulations to Victoria Grant for being awarded and NSF GRFP and the CMB training grant!
Congratulations to Ben Moran who is now a PhD candidate!
Stepfanie Aguillon is awarded a competitive Stanford Science Fellowship! Congratulations Stepfanie!
Congratulations to incoming graduate student Gabe Preising for his GRFP honorable mention!
Congratulations to Cheyenne Payne for being awarded a Grant in Aid of Research from SICB!
Molly is selected as an Alfred P. Sloan fellow! Thanks to everyone in the lab for their hard work over the past two years!
Congratulations to Ben Moran for receiving an RC Lewontin research award from SSE and recognition for Teaching Excellence from the department!
Our paper on a melanoma hybrid incompatibility is out in Science with an accompanying perspective piece by Andrius Dagilis & Daniel Matute.
Congratulations to Cheyenne Payne for passing her quals with flying colors!
Congratulations to incoming graduate student Tris Dodge for an honorable mention on his NSF GRFP application!
Huge congratulations to Quinn Langdon for being awarded a NSF Postdoctoral Research Fellowship in Biology! This will support Quinn’s research on comparative genome evolution in hybrids.
We are excited to have two new pre-prints from the lab: a simulation tool for local ancestry inference and a tour de force on a melanoma hybrid incompatibility from genetic mapping to analyses of selection led by Dan Powell.
Congratulations to Quinn Langdon for being awarded the Center for Evolutionary and Human Genomics postdoctoral fellowship!
Congratulations to incoming graduate student Ben Moran for receiving two competitive fellowships in support of his graduate research! Ben will be a Knight-Hennessy fellow at Stanford and also received an NSF GRFP.
Nice summary and discussion of our 2017 PNAS paper on assortative mating in hybrids on the Molecular Ecologist blog
Our work on hybridization is covered in Science News
eLife highlight feature on collaboration with Zach Baker and Molly Przeworski