Evolutionary & Conservation Genomics

Institute Faculty in Evolutionary & Conservation Genomics

David Haussler

Ed Green

Beth Shapiro

Terrie Williams

Evolutionary and conservation genomics can help us understand what went wrong with extinct species such as the passenger pigeon, help endangered species, restore ancient diversity to current species, become better stewards of our planet, and find new ways to improve human health.

Research in Ed Green's lab explores archaic ancestry in the human genome from our relatives the Neanderthals and Denosivans.


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