Marieke Sophia van de Loosdrecht
Reconstructing pre-historic ancient human genomes to investigate:
population genetic structure and ancestries
* the presence of gene flow between geographically distant groups to examine archaeology-driven hypotheses for cultural and technological connections
* genetic sex-biased admixture patterns and migration
* kinship relations
* Late Stone Age Iberomaurusian hunter-gatherers from North Africa
* In-solution capture probe design to screen human remains for DNA preservation
* 2015.10 - now: PhD Researcher, Department of Archaeogenetics, Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History, Germany.
* 2015.02 - 2015.7: Graduate Assistant, University of Groningen, the Netherlands.
* 2011.09 - 2014.08: MSc in Ecology & Evolution, University of Groningen, the Netherlands.
* 2007.09 - 2011.08: BSc in Ecology & Evolution (Major) and Marine Biology (Major) with courses in Biology Education (Minor), University of Groningen, the Netherlands.
Van de Loosdrecht M, Bouzouggar A, Humphrey
L, Posth C, Barton N, Aximu-Petri
A, Nickel B, Nagel S, Talbi EH, El Hajraoui MA, Amzazi S, Hublin J-J, Pääbo S, Schiffels S, Meyer M, Haak W,
Jeong C, Krause J (2018).
Pleistocene North African genomes link Near Eastern and sub-Saharan African human populations. Science. http://science.sciencemag.org/content/early/2018/03/14/science.aar8380