Evolutionary genomics of pathogens Croll lab at University of Neuchatel

Alice Feurtey is a genomicist, and evolutionary biologist, using big data and data science methods to answer biological questions. After a PhD in Paris Saclay (France) with Tatiana Giraud, she worked as a postdoctoral researcher at the Max Planck Institute of Evolutionary Biology (Germany) with Eva Stukenbrock. She is currently a junior group leader at the ETH Zürich (Switzerland). Her ongoing research adresses the evolution of fungal genomes and the adaptation of plant pathogen to their host and environment.

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