Members of the Klicka Lab attended a ddRADseq training workshop hosted by the Leache Lab here at UW. Next-generation sequencing (NGS) platforms enable low-cost sequencing of whole or partial genomes in a relatively short time. Double-digest restriction-site associated DNA sequencing (ddRADseq) is an exciting new NGS method for population genomics, and ddRADseq will provide lab members with an attractive alternative to sequence capture methods currently used in the lab. Special thanks to Jared Grummer and the Leache Lab for all of their hard work and patience!
Front row, left to right: Andreas Chavez, Itzue Caviedes-Solis, Rob Bryson, Rubi Meza, Dustin Wood, Jared Grummer. Back row, left to right: Andy Gottscho, Jon Richmond, Matt McElroy, Kevin Epperly, Adam Leaché, Leonard Jones.