Faculty & Research
Evolution Research

Evolution

Evolution Research

Evolution is a central unifying concept in biology. The past 10 years has witnessed tremendous advances in the study of evolution, fueled by discoveries in molecular biology, genetics, genomics, and computational biology. With this array of tools, our faculty and partners in a variety of departments are probing the process of evolution at its most fundamental level, from the origins of life to the genetic basis of phenotypic differences within and between species. The multidisciplinary and quantitative nature of this research has forged particularly strong linkages between research groups in Molecular Biology with those in Computer Science, Physics, and Ecology and Evolutionary Biology.

Faculty in Evolution Research

Andolfatto

Peter
Andolfatto

Ecology and Evolutionary Biology

Phone (609) 258-3109
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Research: Population genetics and genomics

Areas of Research: Genetics, Genomics, Evolution, Computation & Modeling
locationGuyot Hall, 41-A




Laura Landweber

Laura F.
Landweber

Ecology and Evolutionary Biology

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Phone (609) 258-1947

Research: Molecular evolution, the origin of genetic systems, noncoding RNAs and RNA-mediated epigenetic inheritance

Areas of Research: Computation & Modeling, Evolution, Genetics, Genomics, Microbiology & Virology

Landweber
Research Lab

locationGuyot Hall, 323
Phone Lab (609) 258-1933


Samuel Wang

Samuel S.
Wang

Associate Professor

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Phone (609) 258-0388

Research: Information processing and learning in mammalian brains

Areas of Research: Biophysics, Chemical Biology, Computation & Modeling, Development, Evolution, Genetics, Neuroscience, Policy, Structural Biology

Wang
Research Lab

locationPrinceton Neuroscience Institute, A85
Phone Lab (609) 258-0374

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