The Genetic Architecture of Adaptation

Speaker

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Date

October 28, 2011, 2:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Location

KCBD
1103

Description

GGSB-SY The Genetic Architecture of Adaptation

Submitting Unit:
Committee on Genetics, Genomics, & Systems Biology
Type of Event: Symposium
Date of Event: Friday, October 28 2011
Start Time: 1:00 PM
End Time: 6:00 PM
Building: Knapp Center for Biomedical Discovery, Room 1103

Name of Series, Lectureship, Ceremony:
Committee on Genetics, Genomics & Systems Biology Syymposium

Title of talk or presentation:
The Genetic Architecture of Adaptation

Speaker’s Name and Degrees:
See Event Description

Description:
Trevor Price, University of Chicago
Title: “Ecological and genetic constraints”

H. Allen Orr, University of Rochester
Title: “The genetics of adaptation: history and theory”

David M. Kingsley, Stanford University
Title: “Fishing for the secrets of vertebrate evolution”

Thomas Mitchell-Olds, Duke University
Title: “Phenotypes phirst! Complex traits in complex environments”

Nancy Moran, Yale University
Title: “Extreme genome reduction in symbiotic bacteria”

Co-sponsors: Department of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology, Department of Ecology & Evolution, Department of Human Genetics, Department of Molecular Genetics & Cell Biology, Department of Organismal Biology & Anatomy, Committee on Development, Regeneration & Stem Cell Biology, Committee on Evolutionary Biology, The Genetics & Regulation Training Grant

Webpage URL (if any):
http://cg.bsd.uchicago.edu/Graduate_Student_Life/06_Seminars_and_Talks.php

Contact Name:
Susan Levison

Contact Email:
slevison@bsd.uchicago.edu

Contact Phone:
773-702-2464

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