I, an Oregonian fish researcher

How did this happen to a bird researcher from Sweden? Well, evolutionary questions can be addressed in various study systems, and I will make use of the crazy syngnathid fish (seahorses, pipefish, and seadragons) to look into craniofacial development and evolution. I am happy to do this in the Cresko Lab at the Institute of Ecology and Evolution, University of Oregon. I started my three-year postdoc project in August 2017.

Cresko Lab sticklebacks showing development of lateral plates. Figure from Cresko (2008) Science: https://doi.org/10.1126/science.1165663.

[This post has been back-dated to reflect reality…]

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