The IBEST/CMCI Seminar Series for the Spring 2019 semester has been finalized. All seminars will be held in LSS 277, 12:30 – 1:30 p.m.

Jan 24 – Aaron King, University of Michigan
“Efficient Scientific Inference for Stochastic Dynamical Systems”

Feb 07 – Bruce Rannala, UC Davis
“The Species Delimitation Dilemma”

Mar 28 – Peter Ralph, University of Oregon
“Spatial Population Genetics: Ecology, Evolution, and Simulation”

Apr 04 – Lin Chen, University of Chicago
“Integrative Genomic Association and Mediation Analysis”

Apr 11 – Wolfgang Banzhaf, Michigan State
“Evolution, Creativity and the Notion of Time”

Apr 18 – Scott Peckham, University of Colorado
“The Ontology for Scientific Variables and How it Supports Cross-Domain Interoperability of Data Sets and Models”

Apr 25 – Giulia Palermo, UC Riverside
“Unraveling the Mechanistic Basis of the CRISPR-Cas9 System Via Computational Methods”