Looking forward to next year
The CBA has an exciting range of visitors, workshops and meetings lined up for 2023 including:
- Pam & Doug Soltis, Florida Museum, University of Florida (Seminar: Building, Using and Exploring the Plant Tree of Life)
- MegaMove: a global synthesis for informing marine megafauna conservation (Synthesis Group workshop)
- Camille Roux, Université de Lille (Workshop: ABCday: Approximate Bayesian Computation in one day (and a half) & Seminar: How far can genes travel in the living world?)
- Conservation Genetics in ACTion: a case study for the incorporation of genetic theory into management processes (Synthesis Group workshop)
- Rudolf Meier, Museum fur Naturkunde, Berlin (Workshop: Accelerating Biodiversity Discovery)
- Mario Dos Reis, Queen Mary University of London & Emma Sherratt, University of Adelaide (Workshop & seminars: Leveraging morphological and genomic data to elucidate evolutionary patterns)
- Scott Edwards, Harvard University (and others) (Symposium: Genome Diversity - Insights from long-read sequencing)
- Daniel Cardena, Universidad de los Andes (Workshop/seminar: Biogeography, Speciation & Macroecology)
- Conference - Biosystematics 2023: Celebrating the past | Planning the future
- CBA Research mingle
If you have suggestions for workshops and visitors over the coming year we encourage you to apply for our Training Support or Visiting Scientist funding.
Our Synthesis Group and Ignition Grant funding programs will also continue in 2023.
If you’re planning to try new genomic technologies next year, please get in touch with Ecogenomics and Bioinformatics Lab (EBL) Manager Niccy Aitken with any experimental and/or training questions and requirements.
And don’t forget to contact CBA Knowledge Broker Paula Doyle if you are interested in discussing ways to create linkages with policy makers and managers.