Dr. Josephine Paris
University of Sussex
Postdoc, University of Sussex, September 2017-Present
Graduate Research Assistant, University of Exeter, UK, March 2017 – September 2017
PhD University of Exeter, UK, ‘Brown trout and toxic metals: local adaptation to the legacy of Britain’s mining history’, 2012-2017
BSc Ecology and Conservation, University of Sussex, UK, 2009-2012
2015, 2016, 2017 Workshop on Genomics, Cesky Krumlov, CZ
2014, 2015, 2016, 2017 Population Variation Genetics: Experimental Strategies and Analysis, Earlham Institute, Norwich, UK
2016 RAD-Sequencing analysis workshop, NTNU, Trondheim, Norway
2015 Advanced course in RADSeq analyses and data interpretation, Lund University, GENECO, Sweden
2015 Wellcome Trust Short Read Genomics Workshop, Exeter, UK
2014 NERC Population Genomics and Metagenomics Workshop, Totnes, UK
Paris, J. R., Stevens, J. R., Catchen, J. M. (2017), Lost in parameter space: a road map for stacks. Methods in
Ecology and Evolution.
Paris, J. R., King, R. A. and Stevens, J. R. (2015), Human mining activity across the ages determines the genetic structure of modern brown trout (Salmo
trutta L.) populations. Evolutionary Applications, 8: 573–585.