Dr Jason Bragg
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I am a computational biologist, interested in links between genomes and the environment. This includes studies of how particular genes can equip organisms for life in their environments. It also includes the various ways that features of the environment can influence gene flow, and shape patterns of genomic variation among organisms.
For a list of publications, see http://scholar.google.com.au/citations?hl=en&user=ir77oicAAAAJ
I work on computational analysis of genetic data.
I perform analyses to understand how the environment shapes genetic variation between populations.
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