Pascale in her office at the Molecular and Cultural Evolution Laboratory in University College London
||Pascale graduated in Biology before pursuing her interests in population genetics and human genetic evolution. She is currently doing a PhD on modelling the spread of lactase persistence and dairying throughout Europe. The aim of this PhD is to integrate both archaeological and genetic information to get a better understanding of this example of gene-culture co-evolution. Her PhD is part of the FP7 Marie-Curie network called LeCHE|
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Modeling the spread of dairying and lactase persistence in Europe (Lactase persistence and Early Cultural History of Europe (LeCHE), FP7 Marie-Curie network.
Inferring goat domestication process in Europe using mtDNA diversity in collaboration with Amelie Scheu and Joachim Burger at the Palaeogenetics Group, Mainz, Germany.