I am a population geneticist and a self-taught computational biologist. I am fascinated by evolution in natural populations of forest trees. You can learn about my work on the publications and research pages. As a research scientist with the Wyoming INBRE Bioinformatics Core, I work with biologists to incorporate advanced computing in their research. My teaching is primarily hands on and is delivered through short courses and workshops in bioinformatics.
News & Highlights
Apr 05, 2019
Ben Romanjenko receives INBRE Summer Fellowship
Mar 01, 2019
Jelard Aquino receives Smithsonian Internship
Jan 08, 2019
National Academy of Sciences Publishes Report on Forest Health