BAPG XIII, 02/13/16 @ Berkeley
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15 minute contributed talks (+5 min for questions)AffiliationLabTitleTweetable (#bapgxiii)
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Pleuni PenningsSFSUPenningsThe fitness cost of every mutation in the HIV genome@pleunipennings
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Kristin LeeUC Davis (graduate student)Coop Distinguishing modes of convergent adaptation in genomic datayes
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Noah WhitemanUC BerkeleyWhitemanPool-GWAS and the genetic basis of a key innovation in insectsyes @flyminer
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Emily EbelStanfordPetrovMalaria parasites drive adaptation in host genomes yes
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Fernando RacimoUC BerkeleyNielsenArchaic adaptive introgression in humansyes @ferracimo
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Jinliang YangUC DavisRoss-IbarraIncorporation of evolutionary constraint improves genomic prediction of hybrid phenotypesyes @JinliangYang
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Mike MartinUC BerkeleySlatkinEstimating the age of a clonal lineage of the Irish potato famine pathogenyes @MuseumEvoGen
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Lee AltenbergKonrad Lorenz Institute, AustriaAltenbergGenes are Born Modular: Selective Filtering of Pleiotropy in De Novo Genesyes
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Diana FuscoUC BerkeleyHallatschekSpatial growth promotes the emergence of mutational jackpot events in microbial populations
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Yoosook LeeUC DavisVector GeneticsGenomic evidence of ecological speciation driven by immune genes among African malaria vectors species
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Kirsten VersterUC Berkeley (graduate student)WhitemanThe evolution of parasitoid resistance in insects through behavioral change
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Aaron SternUC BerkeleyNielsen (rotation)Coalescent models toward precise detection of selective sweeps
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Maude DavidStanford UniversityWall labComorbid Analysis of Genes Associated with Autism Spectrum Disorders Reveals Differential Evolutionary Constraints.
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Maude DavidStanford UniversityWall labImpact of the gut microbiota on the autism phenotype
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Alison Feder and Pleuni PenningsStanford / SFSUPetrov / PenningsBetter drugs lead to harder sweeps in HIV
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Christopher Hann-SodenUC BerkeleyTaylor LabAn evolutionary ratchet in haploid selfing populations
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Iman SylvainUC BerkeleyTaylor LabEvidence of multiple introductions of Ustilago maydis to the Old World
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Marie DonnellyUC BerkeleyTaylor LabTBA
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Youki Yamasaki, Allison Chang, Catelyn Nieman, Yoosook LeeUC DavisVector Genetics LabImproved tools for genomic DNA library construction of small insects
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Oren KolodnyStanfordMarc Feldman labHolobiome evolution: A computational model of microbiome assembly dynamics and community-level evolutionary change
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Nathan SchaeferUC Santa CruzGreen/ShapiroInvestigating the genetics of speciation by inferring the ancestry of regions of hybrid bear genomes
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Sam VohrUC Santa CruzGreen/Shapiro
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Stephen MartisUC BerkeleyHallatschekAnomalous distribution of low-frequency variants due to pushy cells
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