DIH with Lupinus paynei

Visiting Lupinus paynei, March 2008

Daisie Iris Huang

daisie.huang at botany.ubc.ca

orcid.org/0000-0002-1497-1284

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Software Developer, Dryad Digital Repository

Postdoctoral Researcher, Cronk Lab, University of British Columbia

Formerly at the Hodges Lab, University of California at Santa Barbara

PhD in Botany, 2010, from Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden at Claremont Graduate University

BS in Plant Genetics, 2000, from the University of California at Berkeley

BA in Computer Science, 2000, from the University of California at Berkeley

Allen, JM, B Boyd, NP Nguyen, P Vachaspati, T Warnow, DI Huang, PG Grady, KC Bell, QCB Cronk, L Mugisha, BR Pittendrigh, LM Soledad, DL Reed, KP Johnson (2017) Phylogenomics from Whole Genome Sequences Using aTRAM. Systematic Biology, syw105.

Huang, DI and Q Cronk (2015) Plann: A Command-Line Application for Annotating Plastome Sequences. Applications in Plant Sciences 3: 1500026.

Allen, JM, DI Huang, QC Cronk, KP Johnson (2015) aTRAM - automated target restricted assembly method: a fast method for assembling loci across divergent taxa from next-generation sequencing data. BMC Bioinformatics 16: 98.

Huang, DI, CA Hefer, N Kolosova, C Douglas, Q Cronk (2014) Whole plastome sequencing reveals deep plastid divergence and cytonuclear discordance between closely related balsam poplars, Populus balsamifera and P. trichocarpa (Salicaceae). New Phytologist.

DI Huang (2013) A conservation plan for Lupinus ludovicianus (San Luis Obispo County Lupine, Fabaceae). Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden Occasional Publications 13.

JM Cruse-Sanders, KC Parker, EA Friar, DI Huang, S Mashayekhi, LM Prince, A Otero-Arnaiz, A Casas (2013) Managing diversity: Domestication and gene flow in Stenocereus stellatus Riccob. (Cactaceae) in Mexico. Ecology and Evolution 3 (5) pp. 1340-1355.

DI Huang and EA Friar (2011) Relationships in the Lupinus albifrons species complex (Fabaceae) based on two highly variable chloroplast regions. Systematic Botany 36 (2) pp. 362-370.