This past week (8/28-9/2), I visited some collaborators working for the Columbia River Inter-tribal Fish Commision at University of Idaho’s Hagerman fish hatchery. The main point of this trip was to learn the lab techniques for preparing a poolseq library, and gain a better general understanding of the method. Stephanie Harmon showed me the nitty gritty in the lab, Steven Micheletti showed me around the bioinformatics of processing and analyzing this type of data, and Nate Campbell talked me through some of the theoretical aspects of this method. It was an extremely productive visit, supplemented by the beauty of the surroundings and trout fishing in the mornings and evenings. Thank you to CRITFC and all those I met in Hagerman for a great trip!
Ambystoma Argentina Ascaphus award Bayes Factors Boeing Chubut data DDIG ddRADseq DNA Fellowship Gene flow Grad school graduate school Grant international study JMIH Leaché Lab Liolaemus Manuscript Mexico Molecular Ecology Morphology New species NSF Oral presentation Pacific Northwest Patagonia Peterson et al. 2012 PhD Phrynosoma Population Genetics publication reviewer Salamander San Diego State University Sceloporus SciPos SNP Species Species Delimitation Systematic Biology University of Washington Whole genome sequence