Emiliano Trucchi

Collaborating researcher

I am a Marie Curie IEF fellow working on a project, 'Evolutionary response of two African Rodent species (Hystrix sp) to climate changes: the study of the past as an estimate of the future'. Analyzing the past evolutionary dynamics of these species, this project will implement high-throughput sequencing in population genetics, analysis of museum specimens, Ecological Niche Modeling and evolutionary hypotheses testing in phylogeographic analysis (Approximate Bayesian Computation). During the last years, I studied at the Zoology and Evolutionary Biology lab, University of Roma Tor Vergata, as a PhD and postdoc, working on comparative phylogeography and population genetics.

Email address: emiliano.trucchi@bio.uio.no
Homepage: www.emilianotrucchi.it
Tags: Conservation genetics, Divergence: neutral and adaptive, Evolutionary Ecology, Historic DNA, Population genomics, African mammals, Ancient DNA, Biogeography, Climate effects, Evolutionary biology, High-throughput sequencing, Invasive species, Molecular ecology, Phylogeography, Phylogenetics, Population dynamics, Population genetics, Speciation, Zoology person:publications: Necessary property 'resource:username' is missing
Published May 26, 2011 9:51 PM - Last modified Feb. 4, 2014 3:01 PM