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I use genomic data to study the effect of gene flow between populations and species. The patterns of gene flow we observe in nature can tell us about the quality of the landscape populations live in, for example by showing us where individuals can travel between nature patches, and where they cannot. The exchange of genes between populations or species is vital, as it might provide the genetic diversity necessary for adaptation to changing environmental conditions. My research focusses on non-model organisms, including insects, plants, amphibians and reptiles. My current main project concerns research on pollinator population connectivity in Sweden, with opportunities for students to work on insect population genetics and museomics.

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  • Evolutionary Biology


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