Coop lab talks at Evolution 2017

Emily Josephs “Detecting polygenic adaptation in maize” 9am, Sunday, b117_119.

Gideon Bradburd. “Isolation by distance as a null hypothesis of population structure” Sunday, 9:00AM-9:15AM Oregon Ballroom 204. “ASN Spotlight Symposium- Processes underlying pattern: considering the evolutionary mechanisms underlying population-level differentiation”

Nancy Chen: Detecting short-term selection in a pedigreed natural population.  Sunday. 4:00 PM – 4:14 PM In session: Contemporary evolution 2. room C123.
Kristin Lee. “Distinguishing among modes of convergent evolution using population genomic data” Sunday, 3:45 PM – 4:14 PM. Oregon ballroom 202. SSB Symposium – Phylogenetic approaches to connecting genotypes to phenotypes 2
Vince Buffalo: “The Temporal Signature of Linked Selection.”  Monday 9.15 AM-9.30AM Population genetics: inference of selection 2.  B114-115
Erin Calfee “Detecting selection for ancestry in admixed populations with arbitrary population structure.”  2:15 Monday. Pop gen: Theory and methods. Room B114-115
Sivan Yair: “Characterizing adaptive Neanderthal introgression in modern humans” 6:30pm. Poster session: population genetics: theory and methods
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