Schumer lab:Lab Meetings

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Lab meeting/coffee hour schedule fall quarter 2021

9/21 Coffee hour - brainstorming & code debugging

9/22 Lab meeting - Dan gives a practice talk


9/28 Coffee hour - lab gives feedback on Shreya's NSF GRFP

9/29 Lab meeting - Gaston Jofre visits and discusses his swordtail hybrid zone research


10/05 Coffee hour - lab gives feedback on Tris's NSF GRFP

10/06 Lab meeting - no meeting


10/12 Coffee hour - lab gives feedback on Gabe's NSF GRFP

10/14 Lab meeting - lab gives feedback on Stepfanie's flicker hybrid zone manuscript


10/19 Coffee hour - discussion of lab & fish room jobs & organization

10/21 Lab meeting - Molly presents on a new hybrid incompatibility


10/26 Coffee hour - Dan leads discussion of Muralidhar et al.'s preprint on hybrid ancestry bundling

10/28 Lab meeting - lab members all give 5 minute research updates


11/02 Coffee hour - Cheyenne, Quinn, and Ben share wisdom on OAK/Sherlock/slurm

11/04 Lab meeting - lab gives feedback on Ken's stickleback hybrid fitness manuscript


11/09 Coffee hour - November Mexico trip planning

11/11 Lab meeting - Ethan Jewett from 23andMe presents


11/16 Coffee hour - brainstorming & code debugging

11/18 Lab meeting - Ken gives a practice talk


11/23 Coffee hour - lab reads Bernard Kim's recent Current Biology paper on Drosophila introgression

11/25 Lab meeting - Thanksgiving break [no lab meeting]


11/30 Coffee hour - Ben, Cheyenne, Dan, and Theresa give update on Mexico trip [great success!!!]

12/02 Lab meeting - Molly out of town [no lab meeting]


12/07 Coffee hour - lab members swap desks

12/09 Lab meeting - TBD


12/14 Coffee hour - Stepfanie gives a practice job talk

12/16 Lab meeting - lab members all give 5 minute research updates


12/21 Coffee hour -

12/23 Lab meeting -

Lab meeting Schedule Winter Quarter 2020

1/17 - General beginning of the quarter meeting/ state of the lab

1/24 - Molly at UCSC no lab meeting

1/31 - Ben lab meeting talk

2/7 - Quinn leads discussion of Palkopoulou et al. 2018 PNAS

2/14 - Nick Altemose visits the lab and gives lab meeting

2/21 - Quinn CEHG practice talk

2/28 - Molly at Hopkins no lab meeting

3/6 - [Grad student admissions]

3/13 - Sivan Yair visits the lab and gives lab meeting

3/20 - Alisa Sedghifar visits the lab and give lab meeting

3/27 -

Past lab meetings

9/20

Dani - intro to quartzy

Dani - zebrabase, waste tags


9/27

Molly - quick intro to available resources: box, sample inventory, wiki, slack

Go over fish & wet lab chores

Discuss upcoming inspection


10/4

Molly - Oak & depositing data, electronic lab notebooks

Bernard - SLiM


10/11


Cheyenne - short research update


10/18

Cheyenne - Sherlock

Discuss spotted caudal paper


10/25

Molly - AncestryHMM

Lab meeting computational topics

AncestryHMM

mixnmatch

github

SLiM

Journal Club Schedule

8/30 Molly Male Infertility Is Responsible for Nearly Half of the Extinction Observed in the Mouse Collaborative Cross

8/16 Dan Parallel introgression and selection on introduced alleles in a native species

8/9 Cheyenne - Adaptive introgression enables evolutionary rescue from extreme environmental pollution

8/2 Molly - Inferring the genetic architecture of expression variation from replicated high throughput allele-specific expression experiments

Journal Club paper ideas

Hybridization:

Introgression of regulatory alleles and a missense coding mutation drive plumage pattern diversity in the rock pigeon

Adaptive introgression underlies polymorphic seasonal camouflage in snowshoe hares

Male Infertility Is Responsible for Nearly Half of the Extinction Observed in the Mouse Collaborative Cross

Neanderthal-Denisovan ancestors interbred with a distantly-related hominin

Adaptive introgression enables evolutionary rescue from extreme environmental pollution

On the distribution of tract lengths during adaptive introgression


Recombination:

Modulation of Prdm9-controlled meiotic chromosome asynapsis overrides hybrid sterility in mice

PRDM9 diversity at fine geographical scale reveals contrasting evolutionary patterns and functional constraints in natural populations of house mice