Human evolutionary genomics
Recent biotechnological and bioinformatic advances that enable us to read and analyse genomes of modern and even archaic humans already have led to fascinating insights into human evolution. Analyses of modern and ancient human genomes allow comprehensive investigations into where and when our ancestors originated and migrated, as well as how environmental factors impacted adaptation. With this new series we aim to pay tribute to a new branch of investigative genetics by providing a platform for the rapidly emerging field of human evolutionary genomics. Please submit your manuscript through the website and indicate in your covering letter that you would like it to be considered for the series, or send a pre-submission enquiry to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Prof Manfred Kayser