Jeffrey D. Jensen – Jeff earned a PhD in Molecular Biology & Genetics at Cornell University in 2006, co-advised by Charles Aquadro and Carlos Bustamante, and went on to do postdoc work as an NSF Biological Informatics Fellow at UCSD and UC Berkeley, advised by Doris Bachtrog, Peter Andolfatto, and Rasmus Nielsen. Jeff founded the Jensen Lab as an Assistant Professor at the University of Massachusetts Medical School in 2009, re-located to the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (EPFL) in 2011, and in 2016 moved the lab to Arizona State University as a Professor in the School of Life Sciences. googlescholar   pubmed  


Vivak Soni – Viv earned a PhD at the University of Sussex studying human population genomics, advised by Adam Eyre-Walker. In the Jensen Lab, Viv is focused on statistical method development related to the joint inference of parameters of demography and selection.  pubmed

John Terbot II – Terbot earned a PhD at the University of Kentucky studying pine sawflies, advised by Catherine Linnen. In the Jensen Lab, Terbot is focused on within- and between-host SARS CoV-2 population genetics, in collaboration with the labs of Jeff Good and Brandon Cooper at the University of Montana. pubmed