David Sankoff holds the Canada Research Chair in Mathematical Genomics in the Mathematics and Statistics Department at the University of Ottawa, and is cross-appointed to the Biology Department and the School of Information Technology and Engineering. His main research interest is comparative genomics, particularly probability models, statistics and algorithms for genome rearrangements.

Stepwise construction of the breakpoint graph and alternating colour cycles for Double-Cut-and-Join calculations

Genome Halving of tetraploid T guided by

two related diploid genomes R1 and R2

Incorporation of an ancient tetraploid T into
branch length computation

of a phylogeny

Generalized adjacency cluster in a triangular grid

Using Maximal Strip Recovery to remove noise
from a genome

colored according to chromosomes of related genome

## Contact

**David Sankoff**

Department of Mathematics
and Statistics

University of Ottawa

150 Louis Pasteur Pvt.

Rooms 635-636

Ottawa, Ontario
K1N 6N5

Tel.: 613-562-5800 ext. 6489

Fax: 613-562-5776

sankoff@uottawa.ca

**Sankoff Laboratory**

Department of Mathematics
and Statistics

STEM Building, Room 636

University of Ottawa

150 Louis Pasteur Pvt.

Ottawa, Ontario

Tel.: 613-562-5800 ext.
6489