Genomics and Collections: Adaptation to Macroevolution - Day 3

Date/time

8.30am–2pm 14 September

Location

CSIRO Discovery, Black Mountain, Canberra

Description

* Speakers: please bring your presentation on a USB drive to put on the computer in the lecture theatre prior to the session you are speaking in.

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Time

Thursday 14

08.30am

Tea & coffee

 

09.00am

Chair - Leo Joseph

Michael Harvey (University of Michigan) Connecting micro- and macroevolution using comparative genomics of museum specimens Talk slides

09.30am

Josh Penalba (ANU) Genomic introgression across an Australian bird suture zone Talk slides

09.45am

Simon Ho (University of Sydney) Integrating fossils and genetic data to infer the evolutionary timescale of passerine birds Talk slides

10.00am

David Duchêne (University of Sydney) Analysis of Phylogenomic Tree Space Resolves Relationships Among Marsupial Families Talk slides

10.15am

Margarita Medina-Romero (University of Canberra) Marsupials: A case study linking geography and genes

10.30am

Morning tea

11.00am

Andreas Zwick & Luisa Teasdale (ANIC, CSIRO) From sea to land and into the sky - a look at the evolution of Pancrustacea through transcriptomics

11.30am

Arthur Georges (University of Canberra) Are multilocus genomic approaches to species delimitation an answer to rampant taxonomic inflation? Talk slides

11.45am

Craig Moritz (ANU) Phylogenomics at the tips / Overview, Thanks Talk slides

12.30pm

Lunch

2.00pm

Conference close

Presenter(s)

Duchêne, Georges, Harvey, Ho, Medina-Romero, Moritz, Penalba, Teasdale, Zwick

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