We are a dry lab, using a variety of approaches from population genetics in order to study fundamental evolutionary processes. This line of research involves developing theory, as well as likelihood- and approximate Bayesian- based statistical approaches, for quantifying and untangling the evolutionary pressures driving populations. Click here for papers concerning: theory/method development, natural population analysis, and experimental/pathogen population analysis.
The Jensen Lab is in the School of Life Sciences at Arizona State University, and we are part of a large and collaborative group in evolutionary genomics at ASU – see ASUpopgen.org. We are also members of the Center for Evolution & Medicine, and the Center for Mechanisms of Evolution.