Gray Camp

I obtained my PhD in the lab of John Rawls from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. During my PhD, I used gnotobiotic zebrafish and mice to study how microbiota affect gene regulation and chromatin organization in the intestinal epithelium. I spent 2 years as a post-doc at Stanford in the labs of Gill Bejerano and David Kingsley studying comparative and functional genomics of placenta morphological evolution and also stickleback adaptations to diet and parasites. Now I'm a post-doc in Svante Pääbo's group working to understand the developmental and evolutionary origin of uniquely human phenotypes.