[Popgenlunch] (Oops!) Alice Popejoy speaks tomorrow (Wednesday) in
joe at gs.washington.edu
Tue Jan 31 13:15:36 PST 2017
Sorry, forgot to update the Subject: heading. Here it is, corrected:
PopGenLunch folks --
of Public Health Genetics will be our speaker, on
a topic To Be Announced
but probably concerning her search for shifts in purifying selection
in multilocus datasets with multiple species.
This will be a practice talk for a postdoc interview upcoming.
As usual this quarter, not on the first floor but in the downstairs
small seminar room opposite the elevator, S040. And as usual, from
12:30 -- 1:30pm.
We have now got all slots filled for the quarter.
Here is the schedule as I know it:
Public Health Genetics
(A postdoc interview practice talk, title TBA)
Efficient estimation of realized kinship from SNP genotypes
Likelihood-based haplotype frequency modeling using variable-order Markov chains
Akey Lab, Genome Sciences
A review of models of Out of Africa
"based on the following papers which came out few months ago together
with ~800 new human genomes:"
Genome-scale microsatellite variation across Arabidopsis strains,
including something about detecting selection on these loci
Qian Sophia Zhang
TBA -- probably her Fst project
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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