I'm currently a postdoctoral researcher in the lab of Dr. Emilia Huerta-Sanchez at Brown University. My PhD work in the lab of Dr. Ripan Malhi focused on ancient DNA analyses of pre-contact domestic dogs in the Americas, and the use of dogs as a proxy for humans. My current work in bioinformatics focuses on the analysis of genome-level data, for both human and non-human and ancient and modern populations. I am mainly interested in the process of domestication, human-domesticate coevolution, and the use of ancient DNA to study past populations and their demographic histories.
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