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Dr. Jared Strasburg
- B.S., 1997, University of Missouri-Rolla
- Ph.D., 2004, Washington University in St. Louis
Research and Teaching Interests
Population and evolutionary genetics, hybridization, speciation genetics and genomics. I currently teach General Biology, Genetics, Evolution, and Communication in Biology.
Dobosenski, JA, Strasburg JL, Larson, WA, Hrabik TR (2020). Investigating population genetics of invasive rainbow smelt in the Great Lakes Region. Journal of Great Lakes Research 46, 382-390.
Rick JA, Moen RA, Erb JD, Strasburg JL (2017). Population structure and gene flow in a newly harvested gray wolf (Canis lupus) population. Conservation Genetics 18, 1091-1104.
Ron J, Lammers Y, Strasburg JL, et al. (2014). New insights into domestication of carrot using high-throughput transcriptome sequencing of cultivars and wild populations. BMC Genomics 15:895.
Strasburg JL, Rieseberg LH (2013) Methodological challenges to realizing the potential of hybridization research. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 26, 259-260.
Strasburg JL, Sherman NA, Wright KM, et al. (2012) What can patterns of differentiation across plant genomes tell us about adaptation and speciation? Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences 367, 364-373.
Strasburg JL, Rieseberg LH (2011) Interpreting the estimated timing of migration events between hybridizing species. Molecular Ecology 20, 2353-2366.
Previous Graduate Students
Jamie Dobosenski (M.S., Integrated Biosciences)
Jessica Rick(M.S., Integrated Biosciences)
Tessa Tjepkes (M.S., Integrated Biosciences)