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lab members

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yb:
yanivpic1name: yaniv  brandvain.
academic interests: speciation . mating system evolution . genetic conflicts
extracurricular interests: squash . racquetball . beer/whiskey . basketball. square dancing
training: ba college of the atlantic 04 — phd indiana u 10 — postdoc uc davis 13 — assistant prof umn now
CV: CVupdated Oct 8th 20186
email: ybrandvain >AT< gmail com

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postdocs:
adamname: andy raduski
academic interests: self- incompatibility, speciation, population genomics
extracurricular interests: hoosiers
training: b.s. biology, 2007. indiana university bloomington.  phd university of illinois – chicago 18 — postdoc umn now
CV:
email: araduski >AT< umn  edu

IMG_4114name: cathy rushworth
academic interests:speciation, evolutionary ecology, mating system evolution, evolution of sex
extracurricular interests: corn, diversity/inclusion in STEM
training: b.s. emerson college 2002 — phd duke university 2016 — postdoc uc berkeley — postdoc umn/uc davis now
website: link
email: catherine.rushworth >AT< gmail  com

patrick_monnahanname: patrick monnahan
academic interests: polyploidy, structural variation, selection
extracurricular interests: futball
training: b.s. truman state — phd university of kansas — postdoc umn [coadvised with suzanne mcgaugh and candice hirsch]
website:
email: pmonnaha > AT < umn edu

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alexname: alex harkness [co-advised by emma goldberg]
academic interests: mating system evolution, evolution of sex, evolutionary dead ends
extracurricular interests:
amateur botanizing (hortitorture), effective altruism, reading science fiction
training:
bs u. washington 2012
email:
harkn042>AT<umnedu

alexname: kelsey peterson
academic interests: domestication, biotic interactions, Silphium , perennially, sustainability
extracurricular interests:
soccer 
training:
bs bethel  college 2017
email:
pet02786>AT<umnedu

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undergrads: YOU? [e-mail me]


technicians: YOU? [e-mail me]

image5911name: jill ekar
academic interests: local adaptation, speciation
extracurricular interests:

training: M.S. University of Hawaii – Hilo 2015.
email: jillekar >AT< gmali  com

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inspiration: YOU? [e-mail me]

image5911name: prince Prince logo.svg
academic interests: shedding of tears from the lacrimal apparatus in the Columbidae
extracurricular interests:
Purifying himself in the waters of Lake Minnetonka
training: Central High School 1976

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ALUMS

Tanja Pyhajarvivisitor [2018-2019] : Oulu

Heath Blackmonpostdoc [2016-2017] : [currently an Assistant Professor at Texas A&M ] blackmon lab webpage

Dena Grossenbacherpostdoc [2014-2015] : [currently an Assistant Professor at Cal Poly San Luis Abispo] grossenbacher lab webpage

Adam Herman. postdoc [2016-2018] : [currently a Informatics analysts at RIS – University of Minnesota Supercomputing Institute]

Alison Wardlaw. postdoc [2017-2018] : [currently a data scientist]

Krzysztof Stankiewicz. undergraduate researcher [2016] : [currently a masters student at the Imperial College London in Bioinformatics and Theoretical Systems Biology]

Azira Riveraundergraduate researcher [2014-2015]

Cesar J Torres Gutierrez. summer LSSURP student [summer 2014] [see Cesar’s award winning poster]

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friends / collaborators / visitors:  andrea sweigart . bob stupar . brian moore . david haig . david moelleremma goldberg . graham coop . jeremiah busch . kathleen donohue . leonie moyle . lex flagel . lila fishman .  nolan kane . peter tiffinmichael turelli . mike wade . stephen wright .

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news

(10/11/17) -- In our new paper Heath Blackmon shows that sexually antagonistic selection can lead to the breakdown of Y chromosomes by favoring inversions that cause aneuploidy.

(9/14/17) -- Postdoc Adam on the unusual S locus of Leavenworthia in New Phytologist [paper].

(9/1/17) -- (former :( ) Postdoc Heath Blackmon starts as an assistant professor at Texas A&M.

(8/30/17) -- Annual lab trip to the state fair! [pic].

(7/1/17) -- Our paper showing that self‐compatibility is over‐represented on islands is out in New Phytologist [link].

(5/1/17) -- It's fun to be the popgen / natural variation part of a team aiming to domesticate Silphium . See our master plan and rational in our Crop Science paper.

(2/6/17) -- Yaniv is Honored to be named a McKnight Land Grant Professor. Read the college announcement here.

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