Mandeville Lab

Evolutionary genetics, fish genomics, computational biology

    The Mandeville Lab studies hybridization, speciation, and genetic structure of natural populations of fish using computational approaches, including high performance computing, hierarchical modeling, simulations, and interactive data visualization. We use genomic and ecological data to better understand evolutionary and ecological interactions between species.

    Much of our research has direct applications in fish conservation genomics, and involves collaboration with fisheries management agencies.

    If you are interested in graduate school opportunities in the Mandeville Lab, please contact me. Please see the Join the Lab page for additional information.