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IRISARRI Iker

  • Centre for Molecular Biodiversity Research, Leibniz Institute for the Analysis of Biodiversity, Hamburg, Germany
  • Bioinformatics, Evolutionary genomics, Other animals, Plants, Vertebrates
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My research combines phylogenomics and comparative genomics approaches to understand the evolution of genomes and organisms. Specifically, I am interested in phylogenomic methodology and the resolution of recalcitrant phylogenomic questions, as well as in understanding the genomic basis of adaptation and major evolutionary innovations (in particular in the context of terrestrialization). I have used a variety of systems ranging from animals to plants and microbial eukaryotes (protists) to gain insight into their phylogeny, evolution, and adaptation.
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IRISARRI Iker

  • Centre for Molecular Biodiversity Research, Leibniz Institute for the Analysis of Biodiversity, Hamburg, Germany
  • Bioinformatics, Evolutionary genomics, Other animals, Plants, Vertebrates
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Educational and work
My research combines phylogenomics and comparative genomics approaches to understand the evolution of genomes and organisms. Specifically, I am interested in phylogenomic methodology and the resolution of recalcitrant phylogenomic questions, as well as in understanding the genomic basis of adaptation and major evolutionary innovations (in particular in the context of terrestrialization). I have used a variety of systems ranging from animals to plants and microbial eukaryotes (protists) to gain insight into their phylogeny, evolution, and adaptation.