University of Oregon


William Cresko

William Cresko

Institute of Ecology and Evolution

Bill Cresko, the Leader of Research Area III, is a geneticist who has pioneered the study of stickleback fish as a model for population genomic studies. His lab studies the developmental genetic and genomic basis of evolution, and generates genomic, analytical and computational approaches to analyze massively parallel sequencing data. He is applying these tools to explore the relationship between host genetic variation and microbiota differences.



July 19, 2013





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