Location: Seminar room Institut für Tierzucht & Genetik (building NA, 2nd floor), Vetmeduni Vienna
How to find the seminar room: campus map
12.03.19 – Kelly Swarts (GMI, AT)
Origins of temperate adaptation in maize.
19.03.19 – Juha Merilä (Univ. of Helsinki, FI)
Rapid ecological speciation and hidden diversity dynamics at the bottom of the sea.
26.03.19 – Andreas Futschik (JKU Linz & Vetmeduni Vienna, AT)
The statistical analysis of evolve and resequence data.
02.04.19 – Matthew Robinson (Univ. of Lausanne, CH)
Inferring the genetic architecture of human complex traits.
09.04.19 – Simon Boitard (GenPhySE, INRA, FR)
Inference of population size history from genome-wide molecular data.
23.04.19 – Andrew Kern (Univ. of Oregon & Rutgers Univ., US)
Putting the HAL in Haldane: leveraging machine learning for population genetics.
30.04.19 – Matthias Steinruecken (Univ. of Chicago, US)
Inferring demographic history using efficient representations of local genealogies in coalescent hidden Markov models.
07.05.19 – Charles F. Baer (Univ. of Florida, US)
Mutation as a lens on natural selection in Caenorhabditis elegans.
21.05.19 – Patrick Phillips (Univ. of Oregon, US)
Evolutionary filters of complex genetic architecture.
28.05.19 – Mike Ritchie (Univ. of St. Andrews, UK)
Sexual selection, speciation & genomic divergence.
MONDAY, 03.06.19 – Robert Anholt (Clemson Univ., US)
Genetic architecture of behavior.
04.06.19 – Trudy Mackay (Clemson Univ., US)
Charting the genotype-phenotype map: Lessons from Drosophila.
11.06.19 – Thomas Wicker (Univ. of Zurich, CH)
It's all about repeats - How transposable elements drive genome evolution.
18.06.19 – Kirk Lohmueller (UCLA, US)
Causes and evolutionary consequences of recessive deleterious mutations.
25.06.19 – Guy Sella (Columbia Univ., US)
Polygenic adaptation after a sudden change in environment.