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  Dr. Sean Rogers  
     
 

Position:

Assistant Professor

Qualifications:

PDF 2008 University of British Columbia
PhD 2005 Université Laval
MSc 1999 University of New Brunswick
BSc 1996 University of New Brunswick


Room:

BI 379D

Phone:

403-210-8573

Email:

srogers@ucalgary.ca

Web: Personal Web Page
 
     
 

Research Interests

I am a molecular evolutionary biologist with a diverse set of interests in ecology and evolution including: [1] the genetics of adaptation, [2] the genetics of reproductive isolation and speciation, [3] the molecular ecology of invasive species, and [4] conservation genetics of fishes. For more information, please visit my lab page.

 
     
 

Courses Taught

Biol 243 DNA, Inheritance and Evolution

Biol 401

Evolutionary Biology

 

 
     
 

Graduate Students

Name

Degree

Topic
Andres, Daniel M.Sc.  
Bowles, Ella Ph.D.  
Chebib, Jobran M.Sc.  
Morris, Matthew M.Sc.  
Vanderzwan, Stevi M.Sc.  

 

 
     
 

Selected publications

  • Barrett, R.D.H., S.M. Rogers, and D. Schluter (2008) Natural selection on a major armor gene in threespine stickleback. Science 322: 255-257

  • Whiteley, A.R., Derôme, N, Rogers , S.M., St-Cyr, J., Laroche, J,, Labbe A., Nolte, A., Renault, S. & Bernatchez, L. (2008) The phenomics of brain transcriptomes regulating adaptive divergence in lake whitefish species pairs from eQTL mapping. Genetics 180: 147 – 164

  • Gow, J., Rogers , S.M., Jackson , M., & Dolph Schluter (2008) Ecological predictions lead to the discovery of a benthic-limnetic sympatric species pair of threespine stickleback in Little Quarry Lake, British Columbia. Canadian Journal of Zoology 86: 564 – 571.

  • Rogers, Sean M. & Bernatchez, L. (2007) The genetic architecture of ecological speciation and the association with signatures of selection in natural lake whitefish (Coregonus sp. Salmonidae) species pairs. Molecular Biology and Evolution 24: 1423 – 1438.

  • Rogers, Sean M., Isabel, N. & Bernatchez, L. (2007) Linkage maps of the dwarf and normal lake whitefish (Coregonus clupeaformis) species complex and their hybrids reveal the genetic architecture of population divergence. Genetics 175, 1 – 24.

  • Rogers , Sean M. & Bernatchez, L. (2005) Integrating QTL mapping and genomic scans towards the characterization of candidate loci under parallel selection in the lake whitefish (Coregonus clupeaformis). Molecular Ecology 14: 351 – 361.

 

 

 

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