Evolutionary Biology Centre, Department of Ecology and Genetics/Animal Ecology, Uppsala University, Norbyvägen 18D, SE-752 36 Uppsala, Sweden

Katerina Guschanski is an Associate Professor at the Uppsala University, where she studies how climatic and anthropogenic factors affect mammals and their associated microorganisms over long and short evolutionary timescales. Applying conservation genomics approaches to museum collections, she explores current and past biodiversity and provides a temporal perspective on the genomic responses of endangered animals to rapid environmental change. Her current research interests range from genomic consequences of rapid population declines, to speciation in primates and to the evolution of host-associated microbiomes.