I study hybridization, speciation, and genetic structure of natural populations of fish using computational appraches, and am particularly interested in how and why evolutionary processes vary through space and time. I use genomic and ecological data to better understand evolutionary and ecological interactions between species. Much of my research has direct applications in fish conservation genomics, and involves collaboration with fisheries management agencies. I also enjoy learning and teaching new computational approaches and programming languages, and am interested in effective visualization of multidimensional scientific data.


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