Guillermo D'Elía

Evolutionary Biology, Systematics (Taxonomy)

Ph.D. Biology (U. of Michigan)
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My work is aimed to characterize biodiversity at the genetic, specific and phylogenetic levels and the comprehension of processes that promote differentiation. Research areas include: A) Phylogenetic systematics: classification and historical biogeography; B) Phylogeography: taxonomy and patterns and processes of differentiation; and C) Comparative genomics: functional genomics. These studies are collection based and integrate tree based analyses and the usage of bioinformatic tools.

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