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Joseph Hughes

  • BSc, PhD
  • Researcher
  • University of Glasgow
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Research interests

genomicscospeciationcomparative analysisadaptationcophylogeneticsmolecular evolutionevolutionphylogenomicsphylogeneticsbioinformatics

About

I was born in London but brought up in France. I moved back to London for university and spent a year in Marburg, Germany. I went on to do a PhD at Imperial College on the Silwood Park campus. My first postdoc was at the Natural History Museum, London. I then moved to Glasgow for a second postdoc at the University of Glasgow. I later got a grant to continue research at the university. I am married and have a gentleman's family (a girl and a boy).

Co-authors (334)

Publications

Phylodynamic analysis of porcine circovirus type 2 reveals global waves of emerging genotypes and the circulation of recombinant forms.

  • Franzo G
  • Cortey M
  • Segalés J
Molecular phylogenetics and evolution (2016)
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Tracking TCRβ Sequence Clonotype Expansions during Antiviral Therapy Using High-Throughput Sequencing of the Hypervariable Region.

  • Robinson M
  • Hughes J
  • Wilkie G
Frontiers in immunology (2016)
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Characterization of a second open reading frame in genome segment 10 of bluetongue virus.

  • Stewart M
  • Hardy A
  • Barry G
The Journal of general virology (2015)
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Evolutionary trajectories of two distinct avian influenza epidemics: Parallelisms and divergences.

  • Fusaro A
  • Tassoni L
  • Hughes J
Infection, genetics and evolution : journal of molecular epidemiology and evolutionary genetics in infectious diseases (2015)
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Widespread Reassortment Shapes the Evolution and Epidemiology of Bluetongue Virus following European Invasion.

  • Nomikou K
  • Hughes J
  • Wash R
PLoS pathogens (2015)
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Professional experience

Researcher

University of Glasgow

November 2004 - Present

Education history

BSc

Imperial College

September 1995 - June 1999(4 years)