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Krishna Veeramah

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Krishna Veeramah joined the faculty in the Department of Ecology and Evolution at Stony Brook as an Assistant Professor in January 2014 as part of the new initiative in human evolutionary biology. Krishna is a primate genomicist and population geneticist, who received both his B.Sc. in 2003, and Ph.D. in 2008 from University College London. His Ph.D., conducted under the supervision of Mark Thomas, examined the distribution of genetic variation in Africans. He then moved to UCLA as part of John Novembre’s lab where he looked at the genetic architecture of European population isolates. In 2010 he joined Michael Hammer’s lab at the University of Arizona in order to lead a project comparing patterns of genomic variation on the autosomes and X chromosome in apes. At Stony Brook his research is focused on using genomic-scale data to understand the evolutionary genetics of human and non-human primates. He is also involved in projects examining three-spined stickelback, ancient DNA from Migration Period Europe and the genetic basis of epilepsy. CV

Deven Vyas


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Deven obtained his PhD in 2017 from Connie Mulligan's lab at the University of Florida

Matthew Dambrosio

Masters Student

Matthew Marano

Masters Student

Mark Milhaven

Undergraduate Researcher

Hillary Babalola

Undergraduate Researcher

Priya Chohan

Undergraduate Researcher

Thomas Bertino

Undergraduate Researcher

Former Lab Members

Giulia Bagarolo - Visiting Masters Student

Misha Lipatov - Postdoctoral Scholar

Taylor Medwig - Rotation Student

Shruti Iyer - Rotation Student

Dean Bobo - Bionformatician

Wei Jiang - E&E Masters Student (now a grad student at USC)

Eduardo Amorim - Postdoctoral Scholar (now a Postdoc at UCLA)

Jonathon Gaige - Undergraduate

James Ancona - Undergraduate

Zain Khan - Undergraduate