Gregg Thomas: A bioinformatics scientist in the FAS Informatics group at Harvard University and recent postdoc at the University of Montana where he studied the phylogenetics and comparative genomics of the mouse and rat radiation. He got his PhD at Indiana University where he worked on comparative genomics of arthropods, mutation rate evolution in primates, and convergent evolution using comparative genomics. In general, Gregg uses and develops computational methods to study molecular evolution and phylogenetics to determine what forces drive divergence and adaptation between species.
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