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Hoekstra, PhD Investigator / 2013â€”Present Dr.
Hoekstra is the Alexander Agassiz Professor of Zoology in the organismic and evolutionary biology and molecular and cellular biology departments at Harvard University, as well as Curator of Mammals at Harvard's Museum of Comparative ZoologyColor in Biology - Hopi Hoekstra (Harvard/HHMI) Yoel Jamil.
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Alexander Agassiz Professor of Zoology Department of Organismic & Evolutionary Biology and Department of Molecular & Cellular Biology, Harvard University.
The Hoekstra Lab is interested in understanding the genetics of adaptation.
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Hopi received her B.A.
in Integrative Biology from UC Berkeley.
She completed her Ph.D.
in 2000 as a Howard Hughes Predoctoral Fellow at the University of Washington.
She then moved to the University of Arizona as a NIH Postdoctoral Fellow where she studied the genetic basis of adaptive melanism in pocket mice.
In 2003, she became an ..hopi hoekstra appointed hhmi investigator The prestigious Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI) has appointed Hopi Hoekstra as an HHMI Investigator.
The Alexander Agassiz Professor of Zoology and Curator of Mammals in the Museum of Comparative Zoology , Hoekstra holds joint appointment in the Departments of Molecular and Cellular Biology (MCB) and Organismic and Evolutionary Biology (OEB)Fisher HS, Jacobs-Palmer E, Lassance JM, Hoekstra HE.
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The genetic basis and fitness consequences of sperm midpiece size in deer miceHHMI Investigator Hopi Hoekstra of Harvard University studies the development and evolution of stripe patterns in wild mice because these stripes may play an important role in helping the mice escape predators.
In addition, the wild mice are closely related to lab mice, for which a variety of genetic and genomic tools are available.
â€śWe are working on a non-model organism that is closely related to a model, so we can get the best of both worlds,â€ť Hoekstra explainedHarvard University â€˘ Howard Hughes Medical Institute Pigment Patterning in Vivo.
Viral vectors are used to test the role of genes, and their underlying developmental mechanisms, on pigment patterning in vivo
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