Lise Grønnerød Huseby
My main academic interest are plant evolution, botanics, population genetics and bio informatics.
I have a bachelors degree in biology from the University of Oslo and a masters in ecology and evolution from Natural History Museum of Oslo. My master thesis from 2018 concerned the population genetics and ecology of the endangered plant Drymocallis rupestris.
I am part of the project "Speciation Clock: How fast does the 'speciation clock' tick in selfing versus outcrossing lineages?".