Jared G. Galloway

McKenzie River, Oregon

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In population genetics, a common goal is to understand how we ended up with the variation between, and within species genomes today. Up to this point, my research has focused on using modeling and deep learning to better understand the forces which drive evolution. More specifically, I aim to apply advanced computational techniques to genetic data in order to infer things such as causal loci, population demography, and regions of the genome under the influence of selection.

Local adaptation through the use of standing genetic variants in large meta-populations. 

jgallowa (at) uoregon.edu | (406) 579-6768 | github.com/jgallowa07