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Dr Tom Jenkins

Dr Tom Jenkins

Postdoctoral Research Associate

 2757

 Hatherly C15

 

Hatherly Building, University of Exeter, Prince of Wales Road, Exeter, EX4 4PS, UK

Overview

I am a molecular ecologist interested in using genetic tools to study biogeography, population genetics, connectivity and local adaptation in marine species.  I have a particular interest in next-generation sequencing technology and genomics, and in the application of such data to inform conservation and management. 

I am currently working as a postdoc supervised by Eduarda Santos and Jamie Stevens on the BBSRC/NERC AquaLeap project: Innovation in Genetics and Breeding to Advance UK Aquaculture Production.

Qualifications

2018 PhD Biological Sciences, University of Exeter

2014 MRes Biodiversity Informatics and Genomics, Imperial College London

2013 BSc Marine Biology (Hons), Swansea University

Career

2018 - Present Postdoctoral Research Associate, University of Exeter

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Journal articles

Gan HM, Grandjean F, Jenkins TL, Austin CM (2019). Absence of evidence is not evidence of absence: Nanopore sequencing and complete assembly of the European lobster (Homarus gammarus) mitogenome uncovers the missing nad2 and a new major gene cluster duplication. BMC Genomics, 20(1). Abstract.  Author URL.
Jenkins TL, Ellis CD, Triantafyllidis A, Stevens JR (2019). Single nucleotide polymorphisms reveal a genetic cline across the north-east Atlantic and enable powerful population assignment in the European lobster. Evolutionary Applications Abstract.  Full text.
Jenkins TL, Stevens JR (2018). Assessing connectivity between MPAs: Selecting taxa and translating genetic data to inform policy. Marine Policy, 94, 165-173. Abstract.  Full text.
Head CEI, Bonsall MB, Jenkins TL, Koldewey H, Pratchett MS, Taylor ML, Rogers AD (2018). Exceptional biodiversity of the cryptofaunal decapods in the Chagos Archipelago, central Indian Ocean. MARINE POLLUTION BULLETIN, 135, 636-647. Author URL.
Jenkins TL, Castilho R, Stevens JR (2018). Meta-analysis of northeast Atlantic marine taxa shows contrasting phylogeographic patterns following post-LGM expansions. PeerJ, 6 Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Jenkins TL, Ellis CD, Stevens JR (2018). SNP discovery in European lobster (Homarus gammarus) using RAD sequencing. Conservation Genetics Resources, 11(3), 253-257. Full text.
Stevens JR, Holland LP, Jenkins TL (2017). Contrasting patterns of population structure and gene flow facilitate exploration of connectivity in two widely distributed temperate octocorals. Heredity Full text.

Publications by year


2019

Gan HM, Grandjean F, Jenkins TL, Austin CM (2019). Absence of evidence is not evidence of absence: Nanopore sequencing and complete assembly of the European lobster (Homarus gammarus) mitogenome uncovers the missing nad2 and a new major gene cluster duplication. BMC Genomics, 20(1). Abstract.  Author URL.
Jenkins TL, Ellis CD, Triantafyllidis A, Stevens JR (2019). Single nucleotide polymorphisms reveal a genetic cline across the north-east Atlantic and enable powerful population assignment in the European lobster. Evolutionary Applications Abstract.  Full text.

2018

Jenkins TL, Stevens JR (2018). Assessing connectivity between MPAs: Selecting taxa and translating genetic data to inform policy. Marine Policy, 94, 165-173. Abstract.  Full text.
Head CEI, Bonsall MB, Jenkins TL, Koldewey H, Pratchett MS, Taylor ML, Rogers AD (2018). Exceptional biodiversity of the cryptofaunal decapods in the Chagos Archipelago, central Indian Ocean. MARINE POLLUTION BULLETIN, 135, 636-647. Author URL.
Jenkins TL, Castilho R, Stevens JR (2018). Meta-analysis of northeast Atlantic marine taxa shows contrasting phylogeographic patterns following post-LGM expansions. PeerJ, 6 Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Jenkins TL, Ellis CD, Stevens JR (2018). SNP discovery in European lobster (Homarus gammarus) using RAD sequencing. Conservation Genetics Resources, 11(3), 253-257. Full text.

2017

Stevens JR, Holland LP, Jenkins TL (2017). Contrasting patterns of population structure and gene flow facilitate exploration of connectivity in two widely distributed temperate octocorals. Heredity Full text.

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