Academic Profile

Academic Profile

Assoc Prof Charlotte Lindqvist

Visiting Associate Professor, School of Biological Sciences

Email: clindqvist@ntu.edu.sg
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Office: School of Biological Sciences (SBS)
Assoc Prof Charlotte Lindqvist

Biography
Associate Professor, Department of Biological Sciences, University at Buffalo, 2016-present
Assistant Professor, Department of Biological Sciences, University at Buffalo, 2010-2016
Research Assistant Professor, Department of Biological Sciences, University at Buffalo, 2008-2010
Postdoctoral Fellow, Natural History Museum, University of Oslo, 2003-2008
Research Interests
My research is broadly concerned with the evolutionary genetic basis of diversification in natural populations and environments to better understand the processes of speciation and the impact of hybridization/admixture, genome doubling (polyploidization), and responses to global environmental perturbations in both animals and plants. My research uses genetic/genomic and metagenomic analyses of modern and historical/ancient material (ancient DNA) to address longstanding questions in the evolutionary history of mammals and flowering plants. Current projects include paleogenetic surveys of Late Quaternary mammal biodiversity in Southeast Alaska, evolutionary genomics of Arctic and boreal carnivore mammals (with a focus on ursine bears and mustelids), systematics and molecular evolution of lamioid mints, and metagenomic investigation of the whale gut microbiome.
Current Projects
  • Evolutionary and population genomics of diverse plants and animals

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