Dr. Pauline Charruau

My field of expertise covers wildlife conservation genetics and also domestication. I have acquired experience in these fields dealing with questions relative to the evolutionary history and population genetics of the African and Asiatic cheetahs, wild camel, dromedary, Bactrian camel, and more recently gray wolves. I have built a broad skill set in wet and in silico labwork. During my PhD, I worked with non-invasive and ancient DNA techniques for phylogeography analyses. In the course of my postdoctoral project at UCLA, I have gained experience with high throughput sequencing. I am currently using transcriptomic approaches (RNA-Seq) and bioinformatic tools to infer gene expression pattern in the Swiss barn owl population.

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