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 hope to see you all there!

9.30am-10am Breakfast (Storer Hall)

10am-11am Session 1
10.00am Gideon Bradburd (UC Davis)
The Geography of Genetic Admixture
10.20am Rajiv McCoy (Stanford)
Causes and consequences of aneuploidy in human embryos
10.40am Laurie Stevison (UCSF)
Time-scale of recombination rate evolution in great apes

11am-11.30am Coffee

11.30am-12.30pm  Session 2
11.30am Kelley Harris (UC Berkeley)    
Recent evolution of the mutation rate and spectrum in Europeans
11.50am Tim Beissinger (UC Davis)       
Patterns of demography and selection since maize domestication
12.10pm Yoosook Lee (UC Davis)            
Genome evolution of malaria vectors in response to the increased usage of insecticide-treated bed nets

12.30-1.30 pm Lunch

1.30pm Session 3
1.30pm Daniel Weissman (UC Berkeley)
Minimal-assumption inference from genomic data
1.50pm Sandeep Venkataram (Stanford)
The adaptive mutation spectrum from yeast experimental evolution
2.10pm Chris Ellison (UC Berkeley)          
Transposable elements have rewired and fine-tuned the dosage compensation gene regulatory network in Drosophila miranda
2.30pm Andres Moreno (Stanford)           
Native American genomics and beyond

2.50pm Posters/Social

Thanks to Ancestry.com and the Population Biology group at Davis for sponsorship.

Registration is free but required, so we can make sure we order enough food and get a big enough room. Registration is now closed (as of November 22nd). Registration list here: google doc.

The Coop Lab: Simon Aeschbacher, Chenling Antelope, Jeremy Berg, Gideon Bradburd, Vince Buffalo, Graham Coop, Ivan Juric, Kristin Lee, Alisa Sedghifar
P.S. the twitter hashtag will be #BAPGXI.

Posters
For those bringing posters, there will be wallspace provided on the first two floors of Storer Hall, as well as bluetack and tape for hanging your posters. Posters should be no wider than 48″ (~1.2m), and those bringing posters should try to have their posters set up by 10am (so they can be viewed from the first coffee break). Please contact Gideon Bradburd (gbradburd@ucdavis.edu) with all poster-related questions.

TRANSPORTATION

DRIVING From Bay area

Take the I-80 East, merge onto the 113N (to Woodland) at exit 70 (one after Kidwell rd exit)

Take exit 27 to UC Davis, turn right onto Hutchison Rd. Turn left onto Kleiber Hall drive. As you approach the gate, Storer Hall will be to your right.

Parking will be free in the lot to your left (parking structure P27, visible on the campus map after checking the box “Permit Parking”)

Storer hall on a campus map:

http://campusmap.ucdavis.edu/?b=145

AMTRAK to Davis (Bikes are permitted.)

http://www.capitolcorridor.org/

Morning: Eastward bound Weekend schedule, the best train is #720:

8.04am Berkeley (University and 4th st)

8.12am Richmond (next to BART)

arrives in Davis at 9.22am

Storer Hall is just a ~15 min walk from the train station: down 2nd and straight on through campus, by the Quad, then just across California Ave, behind Hutchinson.

Return: 3.50pm or 4.55 train from Davis,

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One Response to Bay Area Population Genomics Meeting XI

  1. Pingback: Some photos and slides from BAPG | gcbias

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