Team WSL

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The WSL research unit Biodiversity and Conservation Biology studies the diversity of life in its various forms, from genetic diversity to the diversity of species and ecosystems as well as their interactions.

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Christian Rellstab PhD.

Specialized in local adaptation, landscape genomics, population genomics, and population genetics of alpine plants and forest trees.

Role in ACORN:  WP4 (lead), WP3 (co-lead)

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Deborah is a conservation biologist, population geneticist / genomicist, and bioinformatician. Her interests focus on using genetic tools to support threatened species and support conservation management. She has extensive experience working on the genetics of reintroduced populations and captive breeding programs. Furthermore, she contributed to the IPBES's assessment of the status of biodiversity and assessed the proportion of genetic variation lost in the last century from wild species.

Role in ACORN: WP4 (lead), WP3 (co-lead)

Deborah Marie Leigh, PhD.

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Deborah is a conservation biologist, population geneticist / genomicist, and bioinformatician. Her interests focus on using genetic tools to support threatened species and support conservation management. She has extensive experience working on the genetics of reintroduced populations and captive breeding programs. Furthermore, she contributed to the IPBES's assessment of the status of biodiversity and assessed the proportion of genetic variation lost in the last century from wild species.

Role in ACORN: WP4 (lead), WP3 (co-lead)

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René Graf

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René is a lab technician with strong skills in molecular genetic analyses and field work.
 

Role in ACORN: WP4 (lead), WP3 (co-lead)