What is Conservation Genetics?
Shweta Singh : "Conservation genetics is an interdisciplinary subfield of Population Genetics that aims to understand the dynamics of genes in populations principally to avoid extinction. Therefore, it applies genetic methods to the conservation and restoration of biodiversity."
How I got into Conservation Genetics?
Shweta Singh : "After completing my B Sc & M Sc in Zoology from Dayalbagh Educational Institute, Agra, I joined Wildlife Institute of India (WII) in 2013 in All India Tiger Monitoring Project. I am working in Genetic Connectivity of Large Carnivores and I am a Senior Research Fellow at WII."
[This Career Talk covers]
|1)||Genetics & Conservation|
|4)||Ecology & Field Knowledge|
|7)||Reading & Writing Skills|
|9)||Research & Observation|
|10)||DNA Extraction & PCR|
|11)||Travelling & Exploring|
|12)||Studying Different Species|
|14)||No Fixed Timings|
|15)||Tough Work Environment|
|A Day Of:|
|17)||Genetics & Conservation|
Shweta Singh 's LifePage:
LifePage Career Talk on Conservation Geneticshttp://www.lifepage.in/Career.php?id=20180724-0002&in=Career-in-Conservation-Genetics
Full Talk: https://lifepage.app.link/20180724-0002
(Conservation Genetics, Shweta Singh, Wildlife Institute of India, WII, Senior Research Fellow, Conservasionist, Ecology, Genes, PCR, DNA)
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