Meet The Team
Vertebrate Genomics at the Broad Institute
Identifying genes and mutations of relevance for canine and human disease.
Lindblad-Toh Lab, SciLifeLab | Uppsala University
Studying the importance of evolutionary constraint and acceleration for mammalian evolution and canine and human disease.
The Karlsson Lab at the UMass Medical School
Using evolution as a tool for understanding how the human genome works.
The San Diego Zoo
Generating, sharing, and applying scientific knowledge vital to the conservation of animals, plants, and habitats worldwide.
Baylor School of Medicine
Finding molecular mechanisms underlying regulatory genomics and the onset of diseases.
Gladyshev Lab at BWH
Uncovering the molecular basis for natural changes in longevity.
Pfenning Lab at Carnegie Mellon
Building a set of computational and genomic tools to study how genome sequence influences neural cells, neural circuits, disease, and behavior.
Characterising functional non-coding sequences and the evolutionary constraints acting on these elements across many species.
Finding genes in animals that are responsible for disease protection and that have strong connections to related human genes.
Pollard Lab at Gladstone
Developing novel methods and using them to study genome evolution, organization, and regulation.
Harvard School of Public Health
Developing statistical methods for uncovering the genetic basis of human disease.
Institute for Systems Biology
Tracking the evolution of transposable elements and their impact on the host.
Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine
Characterising the functional activity of venoms and developing new treatments to combat pathologies caused by envenoming.
Discovering the purpose and function of the erupted tusk of the narwhal.
Xing Lab at Rutgers
Detecting inter-individual genomic diversity, and the impact of genomic variation.
Smithsonian-Mason School of Conservation
Developing and applying state-of-the-art genomic tools to inform conservation management strategies of species at risk for extinction.
Texas A & M
Studying mammalian comparative genomics, phylogeny, biogeography, and molecular evolution.
David Ray Lab at Texas Tech
Studying genomes and genome evolution with an emphasis on transposable elements.
Lewin Lab at UC Davis
Tracking how mammalian genomes evolve and the role of chromosome rearrangements in adaptation, speciation, and the origins of cancer.
Using molecules to unravel mammalian evolutionary history.
Bat Lab at UC Dublin
Examining a broad range of evolutionary research questions from mammalian phylogenetic relationships to the molecular mechanisms of sensory perception, innate immunity and the speciation process in bats and other eutherian mammals.
Hughes Lab, University College Dublin
Using comparative genomics, phylogenetics and bioinformatics to explore the evolutionary history of vertebrates, with a focus on sensory perception
UCSC Genomics Lab
Examning how we as a species became human, and how genomes relate to states of health and disease.
UCSC Paleogenomics Lab
Applying genomics techniques to better understand how species and populations evolve through time.
UNC School of Medicine
Dissecting the genetic composition of complex traits, including schizophrenia, major depressive disorder, postpartum depression, anorexia nervosa, and autism.
Hindle Lab at UNLV
Studying cardiovascular regulation and hypoxia tolerance in animals that naturally possess extreme physiological traits.
Comparative Genomics Lab at UPF
Determining processes, genomic variants, and molecular features that are intrinsic to our species.
Karlsson Lab at Broad Institute
and UMass Medical School
Shirley Xue Li
Lindbald-Toh lab at Uppsala University
Bejerano Lab at Stanford
DiPalma Lab at at the University of East Anglia
Haerty Group at the Earlham Institute
Hindle Lab at University of Nevada – Las Vegas
Gazal Lab at University of Southern California
Institute for Systems Biology
Kivioja Lab at University of Helsinki
Lewin Lab at University of California – Davis
Marques-Bonet Lab at
Pompeu Fabra University
David de Juan
Murphy Lab at Texas A&M
Narwhal Tusk Research at Harvard
Paten Lab at University of California
– Santa Cruz
Pfenning Lab at Carnegie Mellon University
Irene Miriam Kaplow
Pollard Lab at Gladstone Institute and UCSF
Ray Lab at Texas Tech
Carlos J. Garcia
San Diego Zoo Global
University of California – Santa Cruz genome institute
Shapiro Lab at University of California – Santa Cruz
Koepfli Lab at the Smithsonian-Mason School of Conservation
– George Mason University
Springer Lab at University of California
Sullivan Lab at University of North Carolina
and Karolinska Institute
Teeling Lab at University College, Dublin
University of Bern