James Boyko

Schmidt AI in Science Fellow

I am a researcher with a strong interest in phylogenetic comparative methods, and I am always seeking ways to improve and advance these techniques. During my MSc studies at the University of Toronto and my PhD studies at the University of Arkansas, I focused on the long-term trends that shape the evolution and history of life on Earth. I am excited to continue this work and contribute to our understanding of these fascination processes.

  • AI Mentor: Yuanfang Guan; Computational Medicine and Bioinformatics, Internal Medicine
  • Science Mentor:  Dan Rabosky; Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
  • Additional Mentor: Stephen Smith; Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
  • Research Theme: Computational Methods to Understand Macroevolutionary Biology

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