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Location: Lecture Hall A (building FA, ground floor), Vetmeduni Vienna

Time: 17:00

How to find the lecture hall: campus map

Note to the audience: photos and/or videos may be taken. We may use photos and/or talk recordings to document the event at, the Vetmeduni Vienna website and/or on Social Media (Twitter, Youtube, etc.).

01.10.19 – Himani Sachdeva (Institute of Science and Technology Austria, AT)
The role of weakly selected, linked genetic variants during polygenic adaptation.

08.10.19 – Grace Lee (Univ. of Califonia, Irvine, US)
Evolutionary epigenetic effects of transposable elements in 3D nuclear space.

15.10.19 – Matt Robinson (Univ. of Lausanne, CH)
Association testing, fine-mapping and genomic prediction of common complex disease in large human biobanks.

22.10.19 – Peter Visscher (Univ. of Queensland, AU)
Genetics and selection of human complex traits.

29.10.19 – Ovidiu Paun (Univ. of Vienna, AT)
Macro- and microevolutionary drivers of allopolyploid evolution.

05.11.19 – Ludovic Orlando (Univ. Toulouse III, FR & Univ. of Copenhagen, DK)
Tracking five millennia of horse domestication and breeding through extensive ancient genome time series.

12.11.19 – Bruce Walsh (Univ. of Arizona, US)
A Short History of Quantitative Genetics: The long (and ongoing) search for the source of quantitative trait variation.

19.11.19 – Roger Butlin (Univ. of Sheffield, UK)
Barriers to gene flow in Littorina snails.

10.12.19 – Konrad Lohse (Univ. of Edinburgh, UK)
Butterfly speciation - what can we learn from model based genome scans?

17.12.19 – Bart Deplancke (Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, EPFL, CH)
Dissecting the genetic and molecular basis of phenotypic variation in the Drosophila Genetic Reference Panel.

07.01.20 – Elly Tanaka (Research Institute of Molecular Pathology, IMP, AT)
Exploring the molecular genetic basis of limb regeneration.

14.01.20 – Howard Rundle (Univ. of Ottawa, CA)
The ecology of sexual conflict and the population genetic consequences of mate competition.

21.01.20 – Scott Waddell (Univ. of Oxford, UK)
Neural mechanisms of memory-directed behaviour in Drosophila.

28.01.20 – Bart Pannebakker (Wageningen Univ. & Research, NL)
Understanding adaptive traits: insights into the genetic basis of sex allocation in Nasonia parasitoid wasps.

Past seminars

Fond zur Förderung der wissenschaftlichen Forschung
vetmed uni vienna
Gregor Mendel Institute of Molecular Plant Biology
Universität Wien