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Schyler Ellsworth

I am an evolutionary biologist broadly interested in concepts relating to evolution, ecology, coevolution, inter/intraspecific variation, and local adaption. My research seeks to understand these concepts from a molecular perspective using various bioinformatic tools including transcriptomics, proteomics, and genomics. During my PhD, I investigated the evolution of venoms and the potential of venom resistance evolution using bioinformatic and experimental datasets. I am excited to build on my current interests and expertise in the McCoy lab studying mechanisms of cooperation at the community scale using metabolomic characterization and experimentation.

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