I am a postdoc at the Department of Human Genetics at Emory University working with professor Michael Epstein on Genome-Wide Association Studies.

Last year, I was a postdoc in UW-Madison working with professor Bret Larget on statistical computing methods for Bayesian phylogenetics.

I did my PhD in Statistics at the University of Wisconsin-Madison with professor Cécile Ané in the inference of phylogenetic networks to represent the tree of life expanded by extra hybridization edges. Understanding the evolutionary history of species is essential to conservation efforts and to discover the tree of life.

I obtained my Master’s degree in Mathematics at the University of Wisconsin-Madison with emphasis on probability theory.

I am originally from Mexico City where I did my Undergraduate degrees in Actuarial Sciences and Applied Mathematics at ITAM.

In my spare time, I enjoy swimming, running, biking and yoga!

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Claudia Solís-Lemus
Department of Human Genetics
Emory University
Whitehead Biomedical Research Building
615 Michael St, Room 305R
Atlanta, GA 30322
USA

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