David Díez-del-Molino, PhD

Postdoctoral Researcher at the Swedish Museum of Natural History (NRM).


I am interested in the study of animal and human populations using a wide range of methods from population genetics to computational genomics. My current research is focused in three main fields: (1) studying the genetic and demographic history of invasive fish species aiming to discover the evolutionary processes that drive their success in novel environments, (2) using genomic tools and computational simulations to shed light on the origin and history of human populations by using modern and ancient DNA, and (3) using extinct, historical, and modern-day endangered species to study near-extinction population dynamics.