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Invited Seminars
Journal Clubs
Transversal Lab Meetings

Copyright: Alex Cagan, Biology of Genomes, 2016.

Invited Seminars

- April 27th 2018, 1:30PM : Prof Nadir Alvarez, Natural History Museum of Lausanne, Switzerland. Performing genome complexity reduction on degraded DNA templates : an application of hyRAD to paleo-population genomics of conifers and future perspectives based on impressive time and spatial series of mammals in natural traps.
- April 27th 2018, 2:PM : Jean-Christophe Castel & Myriam Bouadi. , Natural History Museum of Lausanne, Switzerland. Natural paleontological accumulations in Eastern Aquitaine during the final Pleistocene : a new source of data on vertebrates populations and human behaviours
- March 21st 2018, 10AM : Dr. Alan Outram, Dpt of Archaeology, University of Exeter, UK. The archaeology of Domestic Horses in Eneolithic and Bronze Age Kazakhstan.
- February 20th 2018, 11AM : Dr. Melanie Pruvost. Genetic characterization of ancestral French populations using ancient DNA : preliminary results on the project ANCESTRA.
- February 5th 2018, 10AM : Dr. Sebastien Calvignac-Spencer. Robert Koch Institute, Berlin, Germany : Studying nonhuman primate infectious agents to understand the evolution of human health
- November 29th 2017, 10AM : Dr. Charles Stepanoff. Laboratoire d’Anthropologie Sociale, Paris, France : L’anthropologie par-delà nature et culture, quelques points de rencontre

Journal Clubs
- April 17th 2018, Claire Willmann : Neubauer et al. 2018 The Evolution of Modern Human Brain Shape. Science Advances.
- March 23rd 2018, Aurore Fromentier : Musah et al. 2017 Acute Lung Injury and Persistent Small Airway Disease in a Rabbit Model of Chlorine Inhalation. Toxicology and Applied Pharmacology.
- March 9th 2018, Aurelio Marangoni : Bevan et al. 2017 Holocene fluctuations in human population demonstrate repeated links to food production and climate. PNAS.
- February 9th 2018, Dr Nicolas Brucato : Warren et al. 2018 Humanity in a Dish : Population Genetics with iPSCs. Trends in Cell Biology.
- January 26th 2018, Dr Myriam Croze : Bay et al. 2018 Genomic signals of selection predict climate-driven population declines in a migratory bird. Science.

Transversal Lab Meetings

- September 11th-12th 2017 : Ice-Breaker#1. See here for a full programme.