Winter Term 2012/13


impromptu seminar: 18.09.12 - Yun S. Song (UC Berkeley, USA)
Genome-wide fine-scale recombination rate variation in Drosophila melanogaster.

02.10.12 - Martin Kapun (Vetmeduni Vienna, A)
Cages, clines and inversions: Linking experimental evolution and natural variation in Drosophila melanogaster.

09.10.12 - Terry Speed (UC Berkeley, USA)
Removing unwanted variation from gene expression data.

16.10.12 - Ludwig Huber (Vetmeduni Vienna, A)
On the evolution of social cognition.

23.10.12 - Kateryna Makova (Pennsylvania State University, USA)
A broad-brush picture of neutral variation: what can be learned through a multi-rate segmentation of the human genome?

30.10.12 - Frederic Guillaume (ETH Zürich, CH)
Causes and consequences of genetic constraints on adaptation: from gene pleiotropy to species' range evolution.

06.11.12 - Lauren McIntyre (University of Florida, USA)
Gene network reconstruction: connecting the dots.

13.11.12 - Mikkel Schierup (Aarhus University, DK)
Ancestral population genomics of primates.

20.11.12 - Deborah Charlesworth (University of Edinburgh, UK)
What can plants tell us about the evolution of sex chromosomes?

27.11.12 - Ari Löytynoja (University of Helsinki, FIN)
Sequence alignment in evolutionary analysis.

04.12.12 - Korbinian Schneeberger (MPI Köln, D)
Novel genomic approaches for gene identification.

11.12.12 - Peter Stadler (Universität Leipzig, D)
Patterns of ncRNA evolution.

08.01.13 - Nicola Palmieri (Vetmeduni Vienna, A)
Rapid turnover of orphan genes in the Drosophila obscura species group.

22.01.13 - Lena Wilfert (University of Exeter, UK)
Bees, flies and viruses: ecology and genetics of insect-virus interactions.

29.01.13 - Nicola de Maio (Vetmeduni Vienna, A)
Phylogenetic models with polymorphisms.


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Max F. Perutz Laboratories Partner: Max D. Perutz Laboratories
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