[Popgenlunch] Joe speaks Friday on new (old) work
joe at gs.washington.edu
Mon Jan 28 16:44:03 PST 2013
This week it is my turn. I was going to speak on a number of different minor results. But one of them kept growing, so now I will speak on it. Only now I have found out, from Monty Slatkin, that it repeats work that Stan Sawyer and Dan Hartl did in the 1980s, and which he and Bruce Rannala did in the 1997. So I am mostly going to explain their work, with a few interpolations of my model when it is relevant.
So here is the schedule of the remainder of the quarter:
The revised schedule:
Who: Joe Felsenstein (Genome Sciences)
Topic: The heterogeneity of deleterious alleles at a locus
Who: Serge Sverdlov (Statistics)
Topic: Dominance architectures in an infinite allele model
Who: Mary Kuhner (Genome Sciences)
Topic: a DEEPLY DEMENTED use of phylogenetics in cancer research
Who: Elizabeth Thompson (Statistics)
Topic: Counts of relatives and rare variant extinction in infinite populations
Who: Erick Matsen (FHCRC)
Topic: Fitting likelihood curves for fun and profit
Who: Julia Palacios Roman (Statistics)
Our schedule is full but not complete: we still need titles/topics from one of you.
This quarter the seminar will be in S040 Foege, the downstairs seminar room opposite the elevators on Ground floor.
Joe Felsenstein joe at gs.washington.edu
Department of Genome Sciences and Department of Biology,
University of Washington, Box 355065, Seattle, WA 98195-5065 USA
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