Santiago Montero-Mendieta
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Santiago Montero-Mendieta


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I am an evolutionary biologist interested in the patterns and processes that produce and shape species diversity. Why are there so many species living in the tropical regions? Why some species are more successful than others if they both look the same? Do some species evolve faster than others depending on where they live? These are some questions that motive my research. To cover this questions I use computational tools that allow the study of genes and genomes. To learn more about me, please visit: santiagomonteromendieta.weebly.com

Bioinformatics Evolutionary Studies Genomics

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PhD student

Estación Biológica de Doñana (CSIC)
Department of Integrative Ecology


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