Horizons in evolutionary genomics : an interview with David Ferrier
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David Ferrier is a Reader at the University of St Andrews and Deputy Director of the Scottish Oceans Institute, where his lab studies how the diversity of form in the animal kingdom evolved, with an emphasis on using comparative genomics. In this interview, David shares his thoughts on how to escape the ‘straitjacket’ of traditional model systems, transparency in peer review, and the past and future of genome sequencing.
Ferrier , D E K 2018 , ' Horizons in evolutionary genomics : an interview with David Ferrier ' , BMC Biology , vol. 16 , 124 . https://doi.org/10.1186/s12915-018-0587-3
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DescriptionResearch in the author’s laboratory is funded by the Leverhulme Trust, BBSRC, EU Horizon2020 CORBEL and ASSEMBLE+, and the University of St Andrews, School of Biology.
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