Jennifer Jackson

Postdoctoral Research Associate
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D.Phil. Zoology, University of Oxford, England, 2004 'Evolutionary Relationships Within and Between Scombroid and Pleuronectiform fishes (Series Percomorpha): Tales of Two Clades'.
B.Sc. Biochemistry and Genetics, Nottingham University, England, 1999
Research/Career Interests: 

Evolutionary history of marine mammals and fishes, phylogenetics, Bayesian approaches to population genetics, population dynamics modeling, fisheries, whaling history.

Analysis of genetic and demographic data from populations of baleen whales to determine the scale of population sub-structuring and population fluctuations over recent evolutionary time and recent demographic population histories for exploited populations
Integrating Bayesian demographic population models with genetic data to improve estimates of population recovery for individual whale stocks
Professional Preparation: 
Post-doctoral Research Fellow, University of Auckland, New Zealand, 2005-2007
Hatfield Marine Science Center
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