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Seminar series dedicated to bring together the scientists of Georgia Tech, interested in understanding evolution.  
 
Seminar series dedicated to bring together the scientists of Georgia Tech, interested in understanding evolution.  
 
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*[http://www.evolution.gatech.edu/ Evo@Tech]
 
 
<font color= "black"> This website has moved to [http://evogatech.weebly.com/ </font color> here]
 
 
 
 
 
===Seminar Schedule===
 
 
 
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|05/21/2014||<b>Patrick McGrath (Georgia Tech)</b>||The multigenic basis of laboratory adaptation in a metazoan
 
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|04/30/2014||<b>Nicole Gerardo (Emory University)</b>||Evolutionary implications of microbial friends and foes in insect systems
 
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|03/28/2014||<b>William Harcombe <font color="green">**</font color></b> <b> (University of Minnesota)</b>||Synthetic Microbial Communities: Integrating Systems Biology with Evolutionary Ecology
 
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|02/24/2014||<b>Paul Rainey (Massey University & Max Planck Institute)</b>||Cooperation, conflict and the major evolutionary transition to multicellularity
 
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|01/29/2014||<b>Jiaqi Tan (Jiang Lab)</b>||Temporal and spatial niches influence biodiversity during adaptive radiation
 
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|12/04/2013||<b> Mike Weigand (Kostas Lab) </b>||Genome evolution underlying host colonization in Enterococcus faecalis
 
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|11/06/2013||<b>Eryn Bernardy (Hammer Lab) </b> ||Evolution of an epidemic: Cholera in Haiti
 
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|10/02/2013||<b>Karl Glastad (Goodisman Lab) </b>||A connection between DNA methylation and ploidy in the fire ant
 
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|09/04/2013||<b>Mike Cortez (Weitz Group)</b>||The eco-evolutionary dynamics of predator-prey systems:  How does evolution alter community level population dynamics?
 
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|05/23/2013||<b>Todd Streelman</b>||Developmental constraints on genome evolution in adaptive radiation
 
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|05/23/2013||<b>Soojin Yi</b>||Epigenomic evolution of human brains and the origins of neuropsychiatric diseases
 
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|04/23/2013||<b>Lavanya Rishishwar (Jordan Group)</b>||Ancestry, admixture & selection in an Afro-Colombian genome
 
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<font color="red">All talks take place in IBB Suddath Room, between 3-4pm.</font color>
 
<p><font color="green"><b>**Will Harcombe will speak in "M" Building Room G011 between 12-1pm. This talk is made possible by Will Ratcliff. </b></font color></p>
 
 
 
* [https://lists.gatech.edu/sympa/subscribe/evo.tech Subscribe to the Evo@Tech mailing list].
 
* Interested in presenting your research? Please contact Betul Kacar <betul.kacar at biology.gatech.edu> or Soojin Yi <soojin.yi at biology.gatech.edu>.
 
 
 
===Current members===
 
# [http://ww2.chemistry.gatech.edu/groups/finn/ Finn Group]
 
# [http://www.gauchergroup.biology.gatech.edu/ Gaucher Group]
 
# [http://www.gibsongroup.biology.gatech.edu/ Gibson Lab]
 
# [http://www.goodismanlab.biology.gatech.edu/ Goodisman Lab]
 
# [http://www.hammerlab.biology.gatech.edu/ Hammer Lab]
 
# [http://jordan.biology.gatech.edu/page/ Jordan Lab]
 
# [http://www.joelkostka.net/ Kostka Lab]
 
# [http://mcgrathlab.biology.gatech.edu/ McGrath Lab]
 
# [http://www.biology.gatech.edu/people/will-ratcliff Ratcliff Lab]
 
# [http://www.fjstewart.org/ Stewart Lab]
 
# [http://www.biology.gatech.edu/labs/streelman/lab.php Streelman Lab]
 
# [http://www.yilab.gatech.edu/ Yi Lab]
 
# [http://ecotheory.biology.gatech.edu/ Weitz Lab]
 
# [http://ww2.chemistry.gatech.edu/~lw26/ Williams Lab]
 
 
 
===Useful links===
 
*[https://lists.gatech.edu/sympa/subscribe/evo.tech Subscribe to Evo@Tech Mailing List] 
 
*[http://www.biology.gatech.edu/ School of Biology]
 
*[http://microbialevolution.org/ Microbial Evolution Educational Forum]
 

Latest revision as of 10:35, 22 April 2014

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