Meet Jeff Groh: Biologist, evolutionary geneticist, graduate student – and 2018 AAA-Sir Keith Murdoch Scholar.
Since completing his research at the University of Queensland, Jeff has been pursuing a PhD at the University of California, Davis, in the Center for Population Biology. His research centers around developing methods to study processes of speciation & hybridization using genomic data sets.
Connect with Jeff and learn more about his research below:
On the origin of orphan hybrids between Aquilegia formosa and Aquilegia flavescens – AoB Plants, Oxford Academic Journals
- Associated blog post by William Salter for Botany One
Phenotypic evidence for an extensive mosaic hybrid zone between two species of columbine, Aquilegia flavescens and A. formosa – Botany, Canadian Science Publishing
Highly Replicated Evolution of Parapatric Ecotypes – Molecular Biology and Evolution, Oxford Academic Journals