Species delimitation in the age of genomics


28–30 April 2015


Australian National Botanic Gardens, Canberra


 Claire Stephens

Event series

The 2015 CBA conference aims to explore the impact of genomics on species discovery and delimitation in the context of taxonomic practice and applications.

Over three days, local and international speakers will expose to Australian systematists to developing analytical techniques and software for genomic species delimitation (separate or simultaneous with phylogenetic inference), in the context of integrative taxonomy.

Invited speakers:

  • Luciano Beheregaray (Flinders U)
  • Remco Bouckaert (U Auckland)
  • Laura Boykin (U WA)
  • Mark Burgman (U Melbourne)
  • Margaret Byrne (Dept Parks & Wildlife)
  • Bryan Carstens (Ohio U)
  • Lyn Cook (U QLD)
  • Matt Fujita (U Texas)
  • Dick Frankham (Macquarie U)
  • Gilles Guillot (Technical U Denmark)
  • Paschalia Kapli (Heidelberg Institute for Theoretical Studies)
  • John LaSalle (ALA)
  • Alexander Mikheyev (OIST)
  • Huw Ogilvie (ANU)
  • Sally Potter (ANU)
  • Dave Rowell (ANU)
  • Kevin Thiele (Dept Parks & Wildlife)
  • John Wilkins (U Melbourne)
  • Ziheng Yang (U College London)



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