Molly Schumer

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2011-2016 Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA 
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Peter Andolfatto grad student 2011-2016 Princeton

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Ken A. Thompson post-doc 2021- Stanford (Evolution Tree)
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Langdon QK, Groh JS, Aguillon SM, et al. (2023) Genome evolution is surprisingly predictable after initial hybridization. Biorxiv : the Preprint Server For Biology
Thompson KA, Brandvain Y, Coughlan JM, et al. (2023) The Ecology of Hybrid Incompatibilities. Cold Spring Harbor Perspectives in Biology
Hoge C, de Manuel M, Mahgoub M, et al. (2023) Patterns of recombination in snakes reveal a tug of war between PRDM9 and promoter-like features. Biorxiv : the Preprint Server For Biology
Dodge TO, Farquharson KA, Ford C, et al. (2023) Genomes of two Extinct-in-the-Wild reptiles from Christmas Island reveal distinct evolutionary histories and conservation insights. Molecular Ecology Resources
Banerjee SM, Powell DL, Moran BM, et al. (2023) Complex hybridization between deeply diverged fish species in a disturbed ecosystem. Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution
Aguillon SM, Dodge TO, Preising GA, et al. (2022) Introgression. Current Biology : Cb. 32: R865-R868
Payne C, Bovio S, Powell D, et al. (2022) Genomic insights into variation in thermotolerance between hybridizing swordtail fishes. Molecular Ecology
Li J, Schumer M, Bank C. (2022) Imbalanced segregation of recombinant haplotypes in hybrid populations reveals inter- and intrachromosomal Dobzhansky-Muller incompatibilities. Plos Genetics. 18: e1010120
Langdon QK, Powell DL, Kim B, et al. (2022) Predictability and parallelism in the contemporary evolution of hybrid genomes. Plos Genetics. 18: e1009914
Thompson KA, Peichel CL, Rennison DJ, et al. (2022) Analysis of ancestry heterozygosity suggests that hybrid incompatibilities in threespine stickleback are environment dependent. Plos Biology. 20: e3001469
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