I (see Figure 1 above) am a population geneticist in the Research program of Human Evolution at Uppsala University, Sweden. I am in the process of starting my own lab here at Uppsala University and this website will gradually be transformed into a page for that group (so come back for updates soon).
My research is using ancient DNA to obtain information from different time points in prehistory of humans and domesticated animals. Such data can be seen as a time capsule which allows to study the individuals involved in particular migrations. I am analyzing large sets of genomic data in a number of projects mostly concerned with the prehistory of Europe. Furthermore, I am involved in the development of computational methods to study demographic history and local adaptation.
In addition to humans, I have been working with a number of other systems. I have spent large parts of my PhD (in the lab of Karl Schmid at the University of Hohenheim) doing population genomic in plants and in the model plant Arabidopsis thaliana in particular where I was involved in the 1001 genomes project. Please use this page to find out more about my previous and current research.