Evolution at Tech

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|Jan 2014||<b>Jiaqi Tan (Jiang Lab)</b>||Species phylogenetic relatedness determines ecological and evolutionary community assembly
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|11/02/2013||<b>Eryn Bernardy (Hammer Lab)</b>||Evolution of an epidemic: Cholera in Haiti
|11/02/2013||<b>Eryn Bernardy (Hammer Lab)</b>||Evolution of an epidemic: Cholera in Haiti
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Revision as of 22:10, 29 August 2013

Seminar series dedicated to bring together the scientists of Georgia Tech, interested in understanding evolution.

Seminar Schedule

Date Speaker Title
Jan 2014Jiaqi Tan (Jiang Lab)Species phylogenetic relatedness determines ecological and evolutionary community assembly
Dec 2013TBATBA 11/02/2013Eryn Bernardy (Hammer Lab)Evolution of an epidemic: Cholera in Haiti
10/02/2013Karl Glastad (Goodisman Lab)TBA
09/04/2013Mike Cortez (Weitz Group)The eco-evolutionary dynamics of predator-prey systems: How does evolution alter community level population dynamics?
05/23/2013Todd StreelmanDevelopmental constraints on genome evolution in adaptive radiation
05/23/2013Soojin YiEpigenomic evolution of human brains and the origins of neuropsychiatric diseases
04/23/2013Lavanya Rishishwar (Jordan Group)Ancestry, admixture & selection in an Afro-Colombian genome

All talks take place in IBB Suddath Room, between 3-5pm.

Current members

  1. Finn Group
  2. Gaucher Group
  3. Gibson Lab
  4. Goodisman Lab
  5. Hammer Lab
  6. Jordan Lab
  7. Kostka Lab
  8. McGrath Lab
  9. Streelman Lab
  10. Yi Lab
  11. Weitz Lab
  12. Williams Lab

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