Computational phylogenetics group
Our group is interested in a variety of topics related to the diversification of species and their adaptation. We take different view points to study these topics by developing and using methods to investigate the evolution of genomic regions, the phenotype and the ecological niche of diverse organisms.
There are currently 6 postdocs/researchers in the group:
- Joris Bertrand
- Iakov Davydov
- Linda Dib (jointly with David Gfeller)
- Pablo Duchen
- Xavier Meyer
- Jonathan Rolland
- Martha Serrano
- Daniele Silvestro (scientific collaborator)
and 4 PhD students:
We have also a number of first step and master students in the group. You can see their projects here.
Finally, the list of former members of the groupe is available here.
Beside the science, our group is doing some nice lab days off... Some pictures of the previous ones: