John Pulice gets funding for Chamerion scan.

October 17, 2014

Congratulations to John Pulice, who obtained funding from Harvard MCZ/HUH/AA GUR for us to perform a genome scan on Chamerion, including synthetic long read assemblies!

Chamerion is a long established model used to study the evolution and ecology of multiple ploidy systems. We're looking to unlock this rich literature by applying population genomics to populations world-wide. This is a collaboration with Brian Husband, who has done the ecological work (U. Guelph, Canada).