[Popgenlunch] What happened last week
joe at gs.washington.edu
Sat May 23 10:21:34 PDT 2015
Oops! Josh wrote:
> Hi all,
> I don’t think Joe sent out an e-mail so I want to make sure you all know
> +still a meeting today at 12:30. I’ll be giving a short presentation on this
> and then hopefully we can talk about some of the interesting issues of what
> +shapes genetic variation in natural populations.
Actually I had heard from Sharon about her title, and then sent out a notice on Wednesday. But I goofed and sent it to the wrong address by selecting the wrong "popgenlunch" in my Gmail interface. This somehow led to the email not going to the list, but also not bouncing back to me. My apologies. For what it is worth I append the mail I sent, below. (I had also informed Josh that I would not need to connect by Skype that time because of a conflicting activity here).
I hope that Sharon and Josh worked out who would talk, and I hope some audience came. If someone can inform me what happened, I can use that to plan what will happen next Friday. I will return to Seattle late Thursday, and will be able to be there.
Here is the email I sent, which no one received:
----- Forwarded message from Joe Felsenstein <joe at gs.washington.edu> -----
From: Joe Felsenstein <joe at gs.washington.edu>
To: popgenlunch at gs.washington.edu
Subject: Sharon Browning speaks in PopGenLunch on Friday on estimating recent population sizes
This week Sharon Browning (of the Biostatistics Department) talks, with the title
Non-parametric estimation of recent effective population size from segments of identity by descent
on Friday, May 22
in S110 Foege Building
12:30 - 1:30pm
Will she actually make the work of Vladimir Minin and his students obsolete? Come hear!
Below is the schedule of meetings for the rest of the
quarter. Meetings will be at the usual times and place:
5/29 TBA (I will be newly back in town and may lead a discussion)
Alice Popejoy (Public Health Genetics) (tentative)
Statistical Genetics capstone project talk.
Tentative topic: molecular evolution of nonvisual opsins
That will be the last PopGenLunch until autumn. (There is no volunteer for 6/13 and I will be out of town at my son's college graduation, anyway).
*Foege Building is just west of the Health
Sciences Buildings. However a large
construction site blocks the way. To
reach Foege Building go due east for 16,982
miles, and you will then find yourself
approaching Foege Building from the west.
Please note that I will be in Friday Harbor
for the sessions 5/1 through 5/22.
I will try to attend those sessions by
video link. Josh Schraiber has kindly
volunteered to host the sessions on those
dates. I will continue handling the emails,
but anyone on the email mailing list
can post to popgenlunch at u.washington.edu
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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