Daniel L. Hartl
Professor in the Department of Immunology and Infectious Diseases
Faculty Support: Bridget Power
My laboratory focuses on the interface between evolutionary biology and genomics. The main goal is to understand the processes by which organisms evolve, integrated systems change through time, and new species come into being. The research often takes advantage of model organisms (especially fruit flies, nematodes, yeast, and bacteria) or organisms of interest in public health (such as the malaria parasite). We make use of state of the art molecular, statistical, and computational methods.
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