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===Emily Jane McTavish===
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Graduate Student, University of Texas at Austin
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=== Personal home page ===
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* [https://sites.google.com/site/emilyjanemctavish/ McTavish Webpage]
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=== My Lab's Web Page ===
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* [http://www.zo.utexas.edu/faculty/antisense/ Hillis Lab Page]
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===About Emily Jane===
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I do phylogeonomics! I'm using genomic data to track geographic population histories and connect spatial and evolutionary patterns.
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Not tied to a taxon, I've worked on cattle - with a focus on Texas Longhorns, frogs, salamanders, simulated data, and chipmunks.
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''Current projects:''
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*Investigating patterns of introgression in the genome of Texas Longhorn Cattle
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*Using spatially explicit simulation (DIM SUM) to assess robustness of phylogeographic methods
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*Assessing impact of dispersal distribution on population structure
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*Determining impact of ascertainment bias on phylogenies based on SNP data.
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''Other interests:''
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*Herping
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*Bioinformatics
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*Python
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*Phylogenetics and phylogeography
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===Don't Mess With McTavish===
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Revision as of 16:17, 31 January 2012

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Emily Jane McTavish

Graduate Student, University of Texas at Austin

Personal home page

My Lab's Web Page

About Emily Jane

I do phylogeonomics! I'm using genomic data to track geographic population histories and connect spatial and evolutionary patterns.

Not tied to a taxon, I've worked on cattle - with a focus on Texas Longhorns, frogs, salamanders, simulated data, and chipmunks.

Current projects:

  • Investigating patterns of introgression in the genome of Texas Longhorn Cattle
  • Using spatially explicit simulation (DIM SUM) to assess robustness of phylogeographic methods
  • Assessing impact of dispersal distribution on population structure
  • Determining impact of ascertainment bias on phylogenies based on SNP data.

Other interests:

  • Herping
  • Bioinformatics
  • Python
  • Phylogenetics and phylogeography

Don't Mess With McTavish

Dance.jpg
McTavish3.jpg