|John started the lab in 2011. Prior to that, he did postdoctoral research with Chuck Langley (UC Davis) and Rasmus Nielsen (UC Berkeley & Copenhagen), and graduate study with Chip Aquadro (Cornell). At UW Madison, he is affiliated with the Laboratory of Genetics and the Genetics PhD program, the Zoology graduate program, the J. F. Crow Institute for the Study of Evolution, and the Genome Sciences Training Program.|
|Yuheng is analyzing RNAseq data to uncover gene expression and alternative splicing differences between populations. His PhD work on Drosophila experimental evolution was with Aneil Agrawal at the University of Toronto.|
|Jeremy is a Genetics PhD student interested in applications of math and statistics to biology, and population genetics in particular. He has evaluated a new haplotype statistic for detecting local adaptation, and he's currently examining the effects of natural selection on demographic inference.|
|Quentin is a student in the Genetics PhD Program working on the genetics of adaptation. His projects include QTL mapping, population genomics, and CRISPR genome editing. He earned a masters degree working on loon phylogenomics with Alec Lindsay at Northern Michigan.|
|Chris is a Genetics PhD
interested in using theory and computation to answer evolutionary
questions. He is currently investigating a new model for
inversion maintenance. As an undergraduate at Cornell, he did
computational research on transcription factor binding sites with Robert Reed.
|Tiago is a Zoology PhD
student interested in the genetics of adaptation and the histories of
natural populations. He received a Masters degree from the
University of São Paulo working with Christina Miyaki.
|Matt is a Genetics PhD
student interested in nervous system evolution and reproductive isolation. He did masters research on fly behavior with Janis O'Donnell at the University of Alabama.
is a visiting professor from Brazil's Universidade Federal de
Pelotas. Her research spans from cytogenetics to ecology, and
includes the adaptations of flower-freeding Drosophila.
||Murillo is a
visiting masters student from the lab of Rodrigo Cogni at the University
of São Paulo. He is investigating population differentiation in
immune performance and related population genomic signatures.
|Ishita Aghi||Ishita is a Biology and Economics major who is researching the effect of UV on fly pigmentation.|
is a Genetics major who is has analyzed population genomic data to
assess the evidence for local adaptation on olfactory receptor genes. She currently helps with a range of projects.
||Kristy is a Geological Engineering and French major
who is working on Drosophila
||Jorge is a Biology major who is calibrating various selective pressures for use in experimental evolution studies.
||Shimeng is a Biology major who is helping with various research projects.
||Ellen is a Genetics major who is researching the geography of partial reproductive isolation in Drosophila.|
||Bridget is a Genetics major who helps maintain our >3000 fly stocks.
||Emma is planning a Genetics and Environmental Sciences major and helps to maintain our >3000 fly stocks.
Amir Yassin - CNRS-funded faculty member at the National Museum of Natural History, Paris
Héloïse Bastide - postdoctoral researcher with Violaine Llaurens at the Museum in Paris
Justin Lack - computational biologist at the National Institutes of Health
Ryuichi Sugino - computational biologist at Saitama Cancer Center
Davorka Gulisija - postdoctoral researcher with Joshua Plotkin at University of Pennsylvania
Undergraduates who finished their UW careers in the Pool Lab:
Nicole Bangart (2014)
Evan Johanning (2014)
Dylan Braun (2015)
Ben Groth (2017)
Grant Hoppel (2017)
Matt Monette (2017)
Audrey Simard (2017)