Professor Mark A. Jobling

Professor of Genetics


Professor Jobling has an interest in patterns of DNA diversity in populations, how this arises, and what it tells us about the past. This is mostly in human populations, but also in other animals including gorillas and domestic cats. 

His research finds practical applications in forensics and conservation. Collaborating with historians, archaeologists and linguists, as well as with forensic practitioners and policy-makers in the UK and overseas.

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