Ecological genomics of coevolutionary interactions
Project responsable Daniel Croll
Abstract The genuine ‘two-sided’ ecological genomics of coevolution have so far not been addressed. We therefore proposed building a network of scientists to develop rigorous methodology, theoretical expectations, proper statistical analyses and methods of validation.
Keywords Ecological genomics, host-pathogen interactions,
Type of project Fundamental research project
Research area Host-athogen evolution
Method of financing European Society for Evolutionary Biology (ESEB
Status Ongoing
Start of project 1-9-2017
End of project 31-8-2022
Overall budget 60'000 Euro
Additional info Network partners: Amandine Cornille (University of Paris Saclay, France), Daniel Croll (University of Neuchatel, Switzerland), Dieter Ebert (University of Basel, Switzerland), Eva Stukenbrock (Max Planck Institute, Germany), Aurélien Tellier (Technical University of Munich, Germany), Peter Tiffin (University of Minnesota, USA)
Contact Daniel Croll