Gabriel Dover is Professor of Genetics at the University of Leicester. He originally studied Middle Eastern languages at the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, before spending four years as a farmer on a kibbutz in Israel where he became involved in the genetics of cotton growth. Following a degree in botany and genetics, he pursued a PhD and postdoctoral research in genetics at the University of Cambridge. Professor Dover is an internationally recognized authority on the evolution of genes and genomes. He has written over 150 research papers and edited several books on molecular and developmental evolution.
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