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Alejandro Grajales

Ph.D. Student

Email:
agrajalesSPAMFILTER@amnh.org
  • Education

    Education

      B. Sc, 2005, Universidad de Los Andes, Bogotá, Colombia. “Molecular coevolution, application to the rRNA of two optimal growth temperatures archeas Universidad de Montpellier II”M. Sc, 2007. Universidad de Los Andes, Bogotá, Colombia. “Diverstiy and distribution of zooxanthellae asociated to hard corals in Colombia)”

  • Research Interests

    Research Interests

      My research interest has focused on the molecular evolution on a broad scale. I have worked in molecular systematics and evolution of different organisms as archeas, cnidarians and vertebrates, with emphasis in methodologies of molecular data analysis. Recently, I focused on molecular systematics, phenotypic plasticity and symbiosis of coral reefs organisms, especially cnidarians (hard corals, octocorals and hydrozoans) using bioinformatics and molecular analysis as main tools. Currently, I am interested in genomics as a research tool planning to apply it to the phylogeny of invasive species of sea anemones.

  • Publications

    Publications

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