CBA Workshops

One of the major objectives of the CBA is to build capacity via the training of postdoctoral and postgraduate researchers.

Our workshops typically focus on advanced analytical / technical methods in population- and phylo-genomics, spatial ecology / macroecology and biodiversity informatics, often with the primary developers of the methods presenting.

The CBA strongly encourages direct input from post docs and PhD students regarding the types of training activities they need for their specific research requirements and interests - see training support funding.

Our short 'Techniques in Evolutionary Analysis' talks - TEA Talks - introduce a range of current methods and analytical approaches in phylogenetics, bioinformatics and macroevolution.


 Claire Stephens

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Upcoming events

10–11 March 2022
Dr Camille Roux, CNRS
Dr Camille Roux, visiting from Université de Lille, will present a seminar and workshop covering the theory and practice of demographic history and speciation genomics with emphasis on Bayesian methods from genomic data.
4–5 April 2022
Prof Michael Kearney, School of BioSciences, University of Melbourne
Mechanistic niche modelling: understanding how climate constrains the distribution and abundance of organisms – an approach using NichemapR

Past events