Das Leibniz-Institut zur Analyse des Biodiversitätswandels

ist ein Forschungsmuseum der Leibniz Gemeinschaft

MEEGene: Museum Seminar für Evolutionäre und Umwelt-Genomik

Die Seminarreihe MEEGene bringt Experten aus den Feldern vergleichende Genomik, Evolutionsbiologie und Umweltgenomik im ZFMK zusammen. Vorträge behandeln empirische, theoretische sowie technische Entwicklungen.

Bis auf weiteres finden alle Vorträge als Online Format statt.

Für die Teilnahme als Zuhörer*in oder um Vortragende vorzuschlagen, kontaktieren Sie bitte meegene [at] leibniz-zfmk.de

Die Vorträge sind frei zugänglich, eine Anmeldung via email jedoch erforderlich.

Termine

SOMMERPAUSE

Wintersemester 2022/2023

18.10.2022  Mahwash Jamy TBA

08.11.2022 Fabian Roger TBA

15.11.2022

29.11.2022 Ricardo Pereira TBA

13.12.2022 Martin Claude Fischer, TBA

10.01.2023 Filipa Martins TBA

24.01.2023

Vorherige Redner

Armin Mozcek, 22.09.2020 "On the origins of novelty and diversity in development and evolution: case studies on horned beetles"

 

Camille Berthelot, 20.10.2020, "Seeing double - Deciphering genome organisation and gene evolution after whole-genome duplications"

 

Toni Gossmann, 03.11.2020, "Living the post-NGS dream: What we can learn from a flock of genomes."

 

 

Andrew Foote, 01.12.2020, "Museum collections as evolutionary time machines"

 

Kristy Deiner, 15.12.2020 "Global measure of biodiversity using environmental DNA"

 

Joana Meier, 19.01.2021 "Rapid speciation facilitated by hybridisation"

 

Iker Irisarri, 02.02.2020 "Phylogenomics and major evolutionary transitions"

 

Isabel Almudi, 16.02.2021 "Adaptations to aquatic and aerial life in mayflies"

 

Philine Feulner, 02.03.2021 "A genomic perspective on speciation and adaption in Alpine whitefish"

Ludovic Orlando, 16.03.2021, "The evolutionary origins and historical development of the modern horse"

 

Michael Hiller , 13.04.2021, "Comparative approaches to link phenotypic differences between species to differences in their genomes"

 

Matthew Webster , 27.04.2021, "Analysis of evolution and speciation in alpine bumblebees using population genomics"

 

Christine Grossen , 11.05.2021, "Consequences of severe species bottlenecks - integrating ancient diversity and extant species surveys"

 

Miriam Liedvogel , 25.05.2021,"Bird migration - evolutionary genetics of migratory behaviour"

 

Robert Waterhouse, 08.06.2021 "Scaling up arthropod evolutionary genomics"

 

Eva K. Fischer 22.06.2021 "Mechanisms of Behavioral Evolution"

 

Douglas Yu 06.07.2021 "Managing biodiversity with eDNA: leeches, ponds, insects, and insitutional innovations"

 

Paschalia Kapli 12.10.2021 "Ancient and troublesome branches in the Animal Tree of Life"

 

Brent Emerson, 26.10.2021, "DNA-based approaches for landscape-scale understanding of arthropod communities"

 

Sarah Kocher, 9.11.2021, "Harnessing natural variation to study the evolution of social behavior in bees"

 

Katerina Guschanski, 23.11.2021 "Metagenomic time travel: Bear oral microbiome tells the story of antibiotics use and population decline"

 

Frank Rheindt, 07.12.2021, "Biodiversity research in the tropics in the era of the sixth extinction crisis"

 

Rowen Barrett , 21.12.2021, "Testing the predictability of evolution in nature"

 

Naiara Rodriguez-Ezpeleta, 18.01.2022, "An evolutionary and environmental genomics perspective to fisheries management"

 

Vanessa Mata, 01.02.2022, "Advancing metabarcoding techniques for the study of trophic interactions and ecosystem services in small vertebrates"

 

David Marques, 05.04.2022, "Old genetic variation: key to rapid adaptation and speciation?"

 

Miklos Bálint, 26.04.2022 "Molecular community ecology: insights on biodiversity change in soils and time"

 

Michael Tobler, 10.05.2022, "Extreme environments, complexity, and the predictability of evolution."

 

Kristine Bohmann & Christina Lynggaard, 24.05.2022, "Detection of terrestrial vertebrates using metabarcoding of airborne environmental DNA"

Tristan Cordier 07.06.2022, "Towards implementing environmental genomics and machine learning for routine biomonitoring"

 

Clare Holleley, 21.06.2022, "Museum epigenomics: chromatin accessibility over the last century"

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