Seminar & events
Seminar and journal club in Population genetics and BioinformaticsTeaching module: 10854-HS2019
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. PDFs of the papers are accessible through the ILIAS system.
- Time: unless specified otherwise, every Monday, at 11:15
- Place: seminar room D110, Baltzerstr. 6
- Contact: Laurent Excoffier
Below is the list of forthcoming events. We also maintain a list of previous speakers for that seminar.
|16.09.2019||Introduction to the Seminar and Journal Club and allocation of presentations|
Dr. Garett Hellenthal, Genetics Institute, University College London, UK
Identifying and dating historical admixture and selection in modern humans
Dr. Oscar Lao, National Center of Genomic Analysis, Barcelona, Spain
Natural programming in the field of population genomics
Prof. Olivier Delaneau, Dept. of Computational Biology, University of Lausanne
Accurate and scalable haplotype and genotype imputation
Dr. Josephine Daub,
Beyond synthetic lethality: Multiple mechanisms can explain genetic interactions within childhood cancer
|28.10.2019||JC: Volter Paukku. Hiltunen et al (2019) Maintenance of High Genome Integrity over Vegetative Growth in the Fairy-Ring Mushroom Marasmius oreades. Sup. L. Bosshard|
|04.11.2019||JC: Dona Lerena. Pagel et al (2019) A.Dominant words rise to the top by positive frequency dependent selection. Sup. N. Marchi.|
|11.11.2019||JC: Mauro Werder and Saskia Perret-Gentil. Eralsan et al (2019) Deep learning: new computational modelling techniques for genomics. Sup. S. Peischl.|
Dr. Matthieu Foll, International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC-WHO),Lyon France
A multi-omics study of spatial and temporal tumor evolution in thoracic cancers with clinical implications.
|25.11.2019||JC: Thibault Schowing and Rares Cristea. Range-expansion effects on the belowground plant microbiome. Sup. L. Bosshard.|
|02.12.2019||JC: Jacqueline Wyss and Loraine Schwander, Aris-Brosou et al. (2019) Direct Evidence of an Increasing Mutational Load in Humans. Sup. L. Excoffier|
Prof. Anna Sapfo-Malaspinas , Department of Computational Biology, University of Lausanne