The devastating fires pf the 2019-20 summer impacted some 9M Ha of the eastern forests from SE Qld to eastern Victoria, much of the natural habitats of Kangaroo Island (SA) and
Speaker: Mario dos Reis, Queen Mary University of London
The molecular clock hypothesis has become a powerful tool in evolutionary biology, making it possible to use molecular sequences to estimate the geological ages of species diver
Building on the networks and experience developed through the Oz Mammal Genomics and
A day of sharing information and network building hosted by the Centre for Biodiversity Analysis.
Novel long-read and long-range DNA sequencing technologies are opening up new research directions.
Speakers: Brenna Forester, Colorado State University
Helen Bothwell, ANUCollin Ahrens, Western Sydney UniversityBernd Gruber, University of CanberraKarel Mokany, CSIRO
In conjunction with the CBA co-sponsored Workshop on Ecological and Evolutionary Genomics
Speakers: Laurence Berry, AWC
Kathy Belov, USydJanine Deakin, UCanDeon Gilbert, ZoozVicCatherine Grueber, USydRichard Jakob-Hoff, AuckZooGordon Luikart, UMontanaAdrian Manning, ANUNicki Mitchell, UWACraig Moritz, ANUEdward Narayan, WSydUBen Philips, UMelbJenny Pierson, TidbinbillaCatherine Price, USydBen Scheele, ANUHelen Taylor, R Zoo Soc ScotlandAndrew Weeks, UMelbErin Vaughn, CSIROTom Rowell, ANU
On the first day of the CBA co-funded Synthesis Group workshop
Speakers: Lacey Knowles, Arnaud Becheler, University of Michigan
Jeet Sukumaran, San Diego State University
With recently developed coalescent-based analytical methods, coupled with technological advances for collecting genomic datasets across many individuals per putative species, we
Speakers: Matt Hahn, Leonie Moyle, Dan Vanderpool (Indiana University)
Jeff Good (University of Montana)Jason Bragg (Royal Botanic Gardens Sydney)Helen Bothwell, Angela McGaughran, Sasha Mikheyev, Craig Moritz, Kevin Murray, Allen Rodrigo (ANU)Tom Walsh, Amanda Padovan (CSIRO)
Genome sequencing of model species has yielded important insights into population history, adaptation and speciation.
Speaker: Tracy Heath, Iowa State University
RevBayes provides an interactive environment for statistical computation in phylogene
Speakers: Alexei Drummond (Auckland)
Remco Bouckaert (Auckland)Tanja Stadler (ETH Zürich) Mike Lee (Flinders & SAM)Sebastian Duchen (Melbourne)
Workshop applications close 31 October 2018
Speaker: Minh Bui & Rob Lanfear, Research School of Biology, ANU
The recent advent of next-generation sequencing techniques has led to the rapid accumulation of large amounts of phylogenomic / transcriptomic data. This is extremely useful in
Speakers: Adam Leaché (Washington)
Remco Bouckaert (Auckland)Luciano Beheregaray (Flinders)Chris Brauer (Flinders)Sam Banks (CDU)Bernd Gruber (Canberra)Arthur Georges (Canberra)Renee Catullo (ANU)Justin Borevitz (ANU) Craig Moritz (ANU)Andrzej Kilian (DArT)
Have you got large SNP datasets and now are wondering how best to filter the data, to infer population diversity or structure, adaptation, or to delimit species and
Speaker: Jeremy Brown, Louisiana State University
Modern phylogenomic analyses often result in large collections of phylogenetic trees representing uncertainty in individual gene trees, variation across genes, or both. Extracti
There’s little doubt that Artificial Intelligence (AI) has the potential to radically transform our world. Perhaps it's already doing so.
The purpose of this workshop is to share practitioners' knowledge in how we get next-gen sequencing data (wet lab) and process it (bioinformatics) from “non-model” species and s
Speakers: Simon Ferrier, CSIRO
Dan Rosauer, ANU Chris Ware, CSRIO Karel Mokany, CSIROAndrew Hoskins, CSIROTom Harwood, CSIRO
Spatial patterns of biological diversity are central to many aspects of ecology, evolution and conservation.
Speaker: Scott Edwards, Harvard University
This full-day workshop is part of the Australasian Systematic Botany Society's annual confer
Speaker: Gurutzeta Guillera-Arroita & José J. Lahoz-Monfort (School of BioSciences, Univ. Melbourne)
Speaker: Alexander Xue (City University of New York)
Model-based statistical inference of demographic histories for comparative phylogeographic purposes using Next-Generation sequencing data
Speakers: Olivier Loudet (INRA Versailles, France)
Justin Borevitz (ANU, Canberra)
The study of adaptation and the evolution of natural systems benefits from recent progresses made in the field of genomics and phenomics.
Speakers: Oliver Niehuis,
This full-day workshop will outline target DNA enrichment (aka exome capture, hybrid enrichment) as a method of obtaining nucleotide sequence data for phylogenomics.
Speaker: Dan Rabosky, University of Michigan
CBA will be offering an intensive three day short course on Computational macroevolution and phylogenetic comparative methods, led by
The CBA is hosting an intensive 4-day workshop on Population and Landscape Genomics that will combine talks with practical training by
Speaker: Karthik Ram (UC Berkeley)
Presented by Australian Bioinformatics Network and supported by the CBA.
Speaker: Alexei Drummond (University of Auckland)
CBA phylogenomics workshop using BEAST2 led by Alexei Drummond
A national workshop for graduate students and other scientists offered by Professor Rod Peakall (ANU) and Professor Peter Smouse (Rutgers University, USA).
Speaker: Steve Stones-Havas | Biomatters, NZ
Geneious is a DNA, RNA and protein sequence alignment, assembly and analysi
Speaker: Joseph Heled | Univ. Auckland
BEAST is a cross-platform program for Bayesian MCMC analysis of molecular sequences.