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Pavlos Pavlidis has received his PhD from the University of Munich in the lab of Prof. Wolfgang Stephan. He worked on population genomics of natural populations of Drosophila, disentangling adaptation from stochastic non-adaptive processes such as random genetic drift. Following graduation, he worked with Prof. Alexandros Stamatakis at HITS, Heidelberg, developing and optimizing algorithms for whole-genome analysis. His current research interests are related to population genomics and bioinformatics. He is interested in the evolution of gene regulatory networks by means of drift and positive selection, the co-evolution between different loci, the spatial coalescent and the connections between evolution and the 3D structure of DNA. Furthermore, he is conducting research on the analysis of microarray data focusing on gene expression regulation.

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