Arne Jacobs

Postdoctoral Researcher, Cornell University
  • United States of America

About Arne Jacobs

I am currently a Postdoc at Cornell University working on the population genomics of local adaptation and counter-gradient selection in Atlantic silversides. Before that, I did my PhD at the University of Glasgow, in bonny Scotland, studying the genomics of rapid and parallel adaptation, particularly in postglacial fishes. In general, my research focuses on using population genomic and functional genomic approaches for understanding the natural history, genetic basis and evolutionary history underlying the biodiversity we can see observe everywhere.


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