User:Jason E. Stajich

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I am an [http://stajichlab.fungalgenomes.org/home Assistant Professor] at [http://www.ucr.edu UC Riverside] in [http://plantpathology.ucr.edu/ Plant Pathology & Microbiology].  
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I am an [http://lab.stajich.org/home Assistant Professor] at [http://www.ucr.edu UC Riverside] in [http://plantpathology.ucr.edu/ Plant Pathology & Microbiology].  
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I was a postdoc at [http://www.berkeley.edu UC Berkeley] in the laboratory of [http://pmb.berkeley.edu/~taylor John Taylor] and funded through the [http://millerinstitute.berkeley.edu Miller Institute at Berkeley] and prior to that I was a graduate student at Duke University, [http://upg.duke.edu Program in Genetics and Genomics].
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I was a postdoc at [http://www.berkeley.edu UC Berkeley] in the laboratory of [http://nature.berkeley.edu/taylorlab/ John Taylor] and prior to that I was a graduate student at Duke University, [http://upg.duke.edu Program in Genetics and Genomics].
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I am interested in comparative genomics of fungi to understand evolutionary processes generating population and species level variation. My pages at [http://bioperl.org/wiki/Jason_Stajich BioPerl], [http://pmb.berkeley.edu/~taylor/people/js.html Berkeley], and former page at [http://www.duke.edu/~jes12 Duke],  provide more information about specific research questions I am pursuing.
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I am interested in comparative genomics of fungi to understand evolutionary processes generating population and species level variation.
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I also [http://fungalgenomes.org/blog blog] about fungal genome analyses and datasets and provide a [http://fungalgenomes.org/wiki wiki] for genome information and our research. We are engaged in sequencing [http://1000.fungalgenomes.org 1000 fungal genomes], studying fungal cell wall evolution, and mechanisms of genome defense for transposon control.
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I also [http://fungalgenomes.org/blog blog] about fungal genome analyses and datasets and provide a [http://fungalgenomes.org/wiki wiki] for genome information and our research.
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* [[Special:Emailuser/Stajich| Email me through OWW]]
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* [[Special:Emailuser/Jason_E._Stajich| Email me through OWW]]
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I am an Assistant Professor at UC Riverside in Plant Pathology & Microbiology.

I was a postdoc at UC Berkeley in the laboratory of John Taylor and prior to that I was a graduate student at Duke University, Program in Genetics and Genomics.

I am interested in comparative genomics of fungi to understand evolutionary processes generating population and species level variation. I also blog about fungal genome analyses and datasets and provide a wiki for genome information and our research. We are engaged in sequencing 1000 fungal genomes, studying fungal cell wall evolution, and mechanisms of genome defense for transposon control.

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