I had the opportunity to present my latest paper draft on long range linkage disequilibrium in D. melanogaster at the SMBE 2015 meeting held in Vienna Austria. In this paper, […]
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I’m really pleased to share that my paper with Noah Rosenberg on the mathematical properties of H12 and H2/H1 is now published in Theoretical Population Biology. In this paper we […]
I am very grateful to have received the SMBE Young Investigator Travel Award for my oral presentation in Vienna this July on Long-range linkage disequilibrium in multiple natural populations of D. […]
Our paper on detecting hard and soft sweeps in D. melanogaster population genomic data from North America is finally published in PLoS Genetics! Check it out here.
On Friday, November 14, I will be giving a talk to the Stanford Genetics department about a paper I am writing on pervasive long-range linkage disequilibrium (LD) in natural populations of […]
SelectionHapStats is a repository of Python scripts written to identify natural selection events in the genome and R scripts written to visualize the signatures of selective sites. The python code […]
Here is a video of me giving at talk at the Bay Area Population Genetics meeting at Stanford University in January 2013 on my project on the detection of hard and soft […]
I have been awarded a fellowship from the Stanford Center for Human Genomics to support my PhD studies for the upcoming Fall and Winter quarters.
This year at the Society for Molecular Biology and Evolution meeting I am presenting a talk on my work on “Disentangling the effects of demography and selection on haplotype structure in […]
I presented a poster at the tenth Bay Area Population Genetics meeting based on my work with Dr. Noah Rosenberg on the mathematical properties of the H12 and H2/H1 statistics. The […]