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Coop lab pics

Pic of Coop lab 2014 (minus Chenling) We’re trying (and likely failing) to make a normal distribution. Coop Lab Holiday dinner

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Evolutionary Classics Reading Group 2014

For our Monday reading group we chose to read a series of classic papers in Evolutionary Biology. Each week the discussion leaders chose their paper/book excerpt and often chose to add a companion paper. Below is a complete list of … Continue reading

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Bay Area Population Genomics Meeting XI

Dear population genomicists of the Bay Area, The tenth Bay Area Population genomics meeting was great, thanks to CEHG Stanford for hosting it. We will be hosting BAPG XI at UC Davis (Storer Hall) on December 6, 2014, and we … Continue reading

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Some thoughts on our polygenic selection paper.

Our paper on a general method to detect divergent selection among populations on quantitative traits was published today in PLOS Genetics (Berg and Coop 2014, code, the paper was previously up on the bioRxiv and Haldane’s sieve). Our method uses … Continue reading

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Coop lab talks from Evol2014

Our talks from Evolution are below. Much of the work is unpublished and provisional, so please contact us for updates/details if you are interested in the work. Alisa’s talk on a Model of Genome-Wide Patterns of Ancestry in a Secondary … Continue reading

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Coop lab at Evolution 2014

We’re looking forward to seeing old friends and meeting new folks at Evolution 2014. Here’s a list of the talks by the Coop lab at the conference. Jeremy Berg. General extensions of Qst/Fst for detecting adaptation in quantitative traits. 2A_306A … Continue reading

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Coop Lab T-shirt

The theme for the coop lab T-shirt this year is POPGEN IN SPACE!!! A bunch of the research interests in the lab currently focus on spatial population genetics, so it seemed like a great opportunity to bust out a homage … Continue reading

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