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Congratulations James Elderfield on your first published paper

last modified Jul 28, 2014 10:39 AM

The Cambridge DTP Partnership would like to congratulate James Elderfield on the publication of his first research paper entitled: 'The genetics of speciation: are complex incompatibilities easier to evolve?'. It investigates allopatric speciation with computational and analytical models and identifies new complexity in the evolution of hybrid incompatibility. Further details can be found here -

James is a year 1 DTP MRes student currently carrying out a rotation project with Dr Nik Cunniffe in the Department of Plant Sciences.


James Elderfield