Minyoung Wyman is a postdoctoral research in the Przeworski Lab. In 2012 she received a PhD from the University of Toronto in ecology and evolutionary biology (advised by Locke Rowe). Her dissertation examined how males and females evolve sexual dimorphism. Although males and females share many of the same genes, they may be under pressure to express them differently. It remains a puzzle how the genome adapts to this sexually dimorphic selection. For her postdoc, Min is interested in studying variation in the mutation rate in primates.