Joseph Hanly

JosephHanly
Title:
Postdoctoral Scientist
Email:
[email protected]

Current Research

The development and evolution of wing pattern in the butterflies.

Education

BSc, (hons) Developmental Biology w/IE, University of Manchester, UK, 2012

MPhil, Developmental Mechanisms, University of Cambridge, UK, 2013

PhD, Department of Zoology, University of Cambridge, UK, 2017

Publications

Hanly, J. J., Wallbank, R. W., McMillan, W. O., & Jiggins, C. D. (2019). Conservation and flexibility in the gene regulatory landscape of Heliconiine butterfly wings. bioRxiv, 541599.

Jiggins, C. D., Wallbank, R. W. R., & Hanly, J. J. "Waiting in the wings: what can we learn about gene co-option from the diversification of butterfly wing patterns?." Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 372.1713 (2017): 20150485.

Hanly, J. J. (2017). Developmental Basis of Wing Pattern Diversity in Heliconius Butterflies (Doctoral dissertation, University of Cambridge).

Laboratory

Arnaud Martin