... Friday, October 6, Gaston Jofre will be leading us through a promising comparative genomic discussion between humans and honey bees, that can possibly help us understand the conservation of autism-related genes. Super interesting! Join us.
Gaston Jofre will be leading the discussion about the origin of tetrapods. See you this Friday at O'Bannon's at 4pm.
... Friday, Sept 28. This week Gaston Jofre will be presenting an interesting article on how socially mediated changes in gene expression can facilitate adaptive radiations. Please join us for the discussion at O'Bannon's at 4PM.
. . . Friday, October 25. This week, Gaston Jofre will present a paper that proposes word choice is guided by positive frequency-dependent selection - a bias that makes speakers disproportionately likely to use the words that most others use. Come join the discussion at O'Bannon's at 4PM on Friday. Hope to see everyone there!
Grad Student Talks Presenter: Mackenzie Kjeldgaard Title: A tale of two (or more) formulas: Inconsistent trophic position estimates from stable isotope data Presenter: Gaston Jofre Title: Patterns of genomic introgression across clinal hybrid zones This concludes the Fall semester EEB seminar series. Stay tuned for next semester's lineup!