[Popgenlunch] Kerry Bubb kicks off PopGenLunch for the quarter

Joe Felsenstein joe at gs.washington.edu
Thu Oct 10 14:10:00 PDT 2013

This Friday (tomorrow) we hear from Kerry Bubb (Queitsch lab, Genome Sciences). Her title is:

"How a variance-controlling trait affects Threshold Characters, and the relevance of this to Complex Disease in humans"

As usual, in S110 at 12:30-1:30.

The schedule for the rest of the quarter is:

October 18
speaker: Adam Leache
title: Bayes factor species delimitation using genome-wide SNP data

October 25
speaker: Bruce Weir
topic: TBA

November 1
speaker: Sharon Browning
topic: TBA

November 8
speaker: Joe Felsenstein
topic: TBA

November 15
(Joe out of town, but seminar could meet)

November 22
(Joe out of town, but seminar could meet)

November 29
(Friday of Thanksgiving holiday; everyone will be at the mall, shopping)

December 6
speaker: Elisabeth Thompson
topic: (tentatively) her talk for conference on
"Stochastic Models in Ecology, Evolution, and Genetics"

December 13
(this date is at the end of exam week, so held in reserve)

Let's at least resolve more of those TBAs.

And November 15 and 22 are still open.

PS: The famous theoretical ecologist Simon Levin is speaking at 2:30 Friday afternoon in Kane 210 on "The challenge of sustainability and the promise of mathematics" in the MAC (Math Across Campus) series.

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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