Phylogenomics Lectures Online!

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September 04, 2013

Frontiers in Phylogenetics: 3rd Annual Spring Symposium Baird Auditorium, National Museum of Natural History Washington, DC, May 20 & 21, 2013

  1. My Students Could Do My Thesis in Five Minutes; How to Cope with the Next Generation Rob DeSalle, Sackler Institute of Comparative Genomics, AMNH
  2. Using Whole Genomes to Resolve the Avian Tree of Life Erich Jarvis, Duke University Medical Center
  3. Molecular Phylogenies, Genomics and the Bacterial Species Concept Margaret Riley, University of Massachusetts Amherst
  4. Phylotranscriptomics to Bring the Understudied Ostracoda into the Fold Todd Oakley, University of California Santa Barbara
  5. Evolution via the Grape Vine – Insights from Transcriptome Sequence Data Jun Wen, Department of Botany, NMNH
  6. Genome-scale Phylogenetics of Rapid Adaptive Radiation: RAD Sequence Data Illuminates the History of Lake Victoria Cichlids Catherine Wagner, Eawag, Swiss Federal Institute for Aquatic Science and Technology
  7. Shotgun in the Dark or a Rifle in the Daylight? The Case for Using Single Copy Orthologous Gene Capture in Phylogenetics Gavin Naylor, Hollings Marine Lab, College of Charleston and Medical University of South Carolina
  8. Achieving Phylogenomic Nirvana: Ultraconserved Elements (UCEs) Capture History at the Species, Population, and Individual Levels Brant Faircloth, Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of California, Los Angeles

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