Research

I started my career as an undergraduate volunteer at the University of Toronto, Canada. There I gained field and laboratory experience, robust concept, and learnt how to write a scientific paper. I am interested in primate behaviour and evolution, herpetology, taxonomy, systematics, and molecular biology. Following my interest in molecular biology, I focused on theoretical evolution, and bioinformatics during my masters at the University of Toronto/ROM. I am planning to study conservation genetics in near future. [Brief CV]

Publications

Kong S., Sánchez-Pacheco S. and Murphy R.W. (2015) On the use of Median-Joining Networks in evolutionary biology. Cladistics. doi: 10.1111/cla.12147 [pdf]