Our lab uses molecular genetics to ask questions about basic science and applied research, from the evolution of new species to the genetic identification of fish sold in groceries. Much of our research is focused on large spatial scales, so our work takes us to all four corners of the world in search of new specimens, populations, and species.

Want to know more about the Chilean sea bass study?

The Marko Lab will be moving to the Department of Biology at the University of Hawaii at Manoa in the summer of 2013.


Latest papers from the Marko Lab: Chilean sea bass, gene flow analysis, hammerhead shark population genetics

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