Teaching module on KSL: 10854-HS2021-0
Seminar schedule on ILIAS with zoom connection link and PDFs
Local or invited speakers present their work or reviews of a particular topic in the field of Population Genetics. Journal club sessions are integrated into the seminar, and attending students are required to read the papers in advance before each session.
Below is the list of forthcoming events. We also maintain a list of previous seminars.
21-Coll Macia et al. Different historical generation intervals in human populations inferred from Neanderthal fragment lengths and mutation signatures. Sup: NM
21- Kerner et al. Human ancient DNA analyses reveal the high burden of tuberculosis in Europeans over the last 2,000 years. Sup: AK
A unified genealogy of modern and ancient genomes
Palaeogenomics and European pre-history
To change, or not to change: repeated evolution of seasonal coat colour polymorphism
Dr. Milan Malinsky, IEE, Uni. Bern TBA (in presence seminar)
Evolution of genomes and recombination rates
21 Patton et al. A transmissible cancer shifts from emergence to endemism in Tasmanian devils. Sup: GH
Evolution of gene regulatory differences in primates
Computational approaches for within-host population genetics of human pathogens.
21-Cheng and Kirkpatrick Molecular evolution and the decline of purifying selection with age. Sup: LE
79- Gould and Lewontin The Spandrels of San Marco and the Panglossian Paradigm: A Critique of the Adaptationist Programme. Sup: RMD
Dr. Martin Petr, Globe Institute, University of Copenhagen, Denmark (in presence seminar)
A framework for simulating spatio-temporal population genomic data on a real geographic landscape