Evolutionary and Population Genetics

A mutation is the source of genetic variation that leads to adaptive evolution and satification of the population. The fields of evolutionary and population genetics apply quantitative and empirical methods of research to population models, seeking to understand the dynamics of genetic variation and natural population change. These fields focus on molecular population genetics such as allele frequency, quantitative genetics, and recombination phenomena and their impact on genetic interconnection. The research projects of our Evolutionary and Population Genetics Faculty use genome-wide quantitative computational methods to explain the genetic structure and difference between  populations and organisms, as well as complex phenotypes and evolutionary history.

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