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Past NIMBioS Postdoctoral Fellow

Sarah Flanagan

Sarah  Flanagan photo. Dates: September 2016 - June 2018
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Twitter: @sarahpf19
Project Title: A predictive approach to population genomics using existing sequence data and a G matrix simulation model

Sarah Flanagan (Biology, Texas A&M Univ., 2016) developed different approaches to generate better a priori predictions for next-generation sequencing population genetics studies. Upon completing her fellowship at NIMBioS, Dr. Flanagan accepted a position as Lecturer in the School of Biological Sciences at the University of Canterbury in Christchurch, New Zealand.

NIMBioS Profile: Q&A with Dr. Flanagan

NIMBioS Seminar: Identifying signatures of selection on the genome: Case studies using pipefish. Sep 20, 2016.
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Video Interview: The genetic basis of complex traits

Publications while at NIMBioS

  • Flanagan SP, Forester BR, Latch EK, Aitken SN, Hoban S. 2017. Guidelines for planning genomic assessment and monitoring of locally adaptive variation to inform species conservation. Evol utionary Applications. [Online]
  • Flanagan SP, Jones AG. 2017 May 9. Constraints on the FST–heterozygosity outlier approach. Journal of Heredity. [Online]
  • Flanagan SP, Jones AG. 2017. Genome‐wide selection components analysis in a fish with male pregnancy. Evolution. doi:10.1111/evo.13173 [Online]
  • Flanagan SP, Rosenqvist G, Jones AG. 2016. Mate quality and the temporal dynamics of breeding in a sex-role-reversed pipefish, S. typhle. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology. doi:10.1007/s00265-016-2255-3 [Online]

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