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After a few early years in Jerusalem, I moved to the suburbs of Detroit, where I grew up. I had a great time as an undergrad at the College of the Atlantic where I got excited about evolution and did research at the Jackson Lab. I then moved to Indiana University, to pursue a Ph.D. in evolutionary genetics with Mike Wade and Leonie Moyle, and later to UC Davis’ Center for Population Biology as a postdoc with Graham Coop and Michael Turelli. I am now an Assistant Professor in the Department of Plant Biology at the University of Minnesota – Twin Cities. I study issues related to speciation, plant mating system evolution, population genomics, genomic conflicts, and the overlap between these areas. For more information on my research, visit my lab webpage.