I am a research engineer in Tobias Uller's group. My tasks vary from general administration to assistance in all the research related things, and also to the research itself. In my PhD I studied phylogeography and genetic diversity of boreal and arctic marine fauna. My study questions were related to the genetic relationships of North Pacific and Atlantic animals from Pliocene to Holocene, and phenomena linked to these relationships; vicariance, dispersal, cryptic diversity, secondary contacts and introgression. While my background is in phylogeography, I am particularly fascinated by adaptation to new environments, including the ecological drivers and evolutionary mechanisms behind it.
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