Seminars

David GrantMetabolomics tools for biomedicine: linking genomes to phenomes
David Grant
Associate Professor of Pharmacology & Toxicology, University of Connecticut

Genetics Interest Group
12:00-1:00pm October 5, 2012
LCC Auditorium, The Jackson Laboratory

Dannie DurandDeciphering genetic programs: Theory and practice
Brendan Frey
Professor, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, and Banting and Best Department of Medical Research, and Department of Computer Science University of Toronto

The Jackson Laboratory Seminar Series
10:30-11:30pm September 27, 2012
LCC Auditorium, The Jackson Laboratory

Dannie DurandWhy gene & species trees disagree - Simultaneous detection of gene duplication and incomplete lineage sorting in unresolved species trees
Dannie Durand
Associate Professor, Departments of Biological Sciences and Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon University

Center for Genome Dynamics Biweekly Meeting
2:00-3:00pm June 19, 2012
B53 ERB 2535, The Jackson Laboratory

David AylorGenetic Incompatibility and Male Infertility in a Next-Generation Mouse Reference Population
David Aylor
Postdoctoral Researcher
UNC Carolina Center for Genome Sciences, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

The Jackson Laboratory Seminar Series
10:30-11:30pm April 23, 2012
LCC Auditorium, The Jackson Laboratory

Hao WuDifferential expression in RNA-seq
Hao Wu
Assistant Professor
Department of Biostatistics and Bioinformatics, Rollins School of Public Health, Emory University

The Jackson Laboratory Genetics Interest Group
12:00-1:00pm March 2, 2012
LCC Auditorium, The Jackson Laboratory

Metabolomics and Genomics: The Influence of Individual Genetic Variation on the Metabolic Profile
Eric Fauman
Associate Research Fellow
Pfizer

The Jackson Laboratory Genetics Interest Group
12:00-1:00pm January 27, 2012
LCC Auditorium, The Jackson Laboratory

Michael LangstonAlgorithmic and Computational Advances in High-Throughput Biological Data Analysis
Michael Langston
Professor
Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, College of Engineering, University of Tennessee

Center for Genome Dynamics Biweekly Meeting
2:00-3:00pm June 7, 2011
B53 ERB 2535, The Jackson Laboratory

Wei SuneQTL mapping using RNA-seq data
Wei Sun
Assistant Professor
Department of Biostatistcs and Genetics, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Center for Genome Dynamics Biweekly Meeting
2:00-3:00pm May 24, 2011
B53 ERB 2535, The Jackson Laboratory

Fernando Pardo-Manuel de VillenaThe Origin of the Laboratory Mouse: Implications for Functional Studies
Fernando Pardo-Manuel de Villena

Associate Professor
Department of Genetics, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

The Jackson Laboratory Guest Seminar Series
10:30-11:30am January 20, 2011
LCC Auditorium, The Jackson Laboratory

James TaylorAccessible Large-Scale Analysis with the Galaxy Framework
James Taylor

Assistant Professor
Mathematics and Computer Science, Emory University

The Jackson Laboratory Guest Seminar Series
10:30-11:30am January 6, 2011
LCC Auditorium, The Jackson Laboratory

Gary ChurchillThe trouble with triples: Can we infer causality from “omics” data?
Gary Churchill

Professor
The Jackson Laboratory

The Jackson Laboratory Guest Seminar Series
10:30-11:30am December 9, 2010
LCC Auditorium, The Jackson Laboratory

Kerstin Lindblad-TohIdentifying Genes for Complex Diseases and Selected Traits in Domestic and Natural Populations
Kerstin Lindblad-Toh

Professor
The Broad Institute and Department of Medical Biochemistry and Microbiology, Uppsala University

The Jackson Laboratory Guest Seminar Series
10:30-11:30am March 4, 2010
LCC Auditorium, The Jackson Laboratory

Tom CooperMouse models for myotonic dystrophy demonstrate disrupted regulation of alternative splicing as a determinative pathogenic feature
Tom Cooper

Professor
Departments of Pathology and Molecular and Cellular Biology, Baylor College of Medicine

The Jackson Laboratory Guest Seminar Series
10:30-11:30am November 5, 2009
LCC Auditorium, The Jackson Laboratory

Scott HawleyThe Molecular Genetics of Meiosis
R. Scott Hawley

Investigator
Stowers Institute for Medical Research

The Jackson Laboratory Guest Seminar Series
10:30-11:30am October 1, 2009
LCC Auditorium, The Jackson Laboratory

Michael LynchMutation and Evolution
Michael Lynch

Distinguished Professor
Department of Biology, Indiana University

The Jackson Laboratory Guest Seminar Series
10:30-11:30am September 17, 2009
LCC Auditorium, The Jackson Laboratory

Harris LewinMammalian Chromosome Evolution
Harris Lewin

Director, Institute for Genomic Biology
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

The Jackson Laboratory Guest Seminar Series
10:30-11:30am September 10, 2009
LCC Auditorium, The Jackson Laboratory

Barry AprisonInteractive Learning & STEM Education
Barry Aprison

Outreach and Education Director, Chicago Center for Systems Biology,
The Institute for Genomics & Systems Biology, The University of Chicago

Center for Genome Dynamics Special Seminar
9:00-10:00am December 12, 2008
Bldg 53, Room 2519, The Jackson Laboratory

Andrew MurrayLooking After Your Chromosomes in Mitosis and Meiosis
Andrew Murray
Professor, Department of Molecular and Cellular Biology
FAS Center for Systems Biology, Harvard University

The Jackson Laboratory Guest Seminar Series
10:30-11:30am November 20, 2008
LCC Auditorium, The Jackson Laboratory

Gary ChurchillMice and Chips: Developing the Laboratory Mouse as a Tool for Systems BiologyGary Churchill
Professor
The Jackson Laboratory

The Jackson Laboratory Genetics Interest Group
10:30-11:30am October 31, 2008
LCC Auditorium, The Jackson Laboratory

Daniel PromislowIf You've Seen One Mouse... : Inadvertent Lab Selection and the Biology of AgingDaniel Promislow
Professor, Department of Genetics
University of Georgia

The Jackson Laboratory Guest Seminar Series
10:30-11:30am April 24, 2008
LCC Auditorium, The Jackson Laboratory

Bret PayseurGenetics of Speciation in House MiceBret Payseur
Assistant Professor, Laboratory of Genetics
University of Wisconsin

The Jackson Laboratory Guest Seminar Series
10:30-11:30am April 10, 2008
LCC Auditorium, The Jackson Laboratory

Matt HibbsAnalysis of Large-scale Gene Expression Microarray Compendia Matt Hibbs
Post-Doctoral Research Assistant, Computer Science Department and Lewis Sigler Institute for Integrative Genomics,
Princeton University

The Jackson Laboratory Seminar Series
10:30-11:30am March 31, 2008
LCC Auditorium, The Jackson Laboratory

Jack KeeneRNA Operons in EukaryotesJack Keene
Professor, Department of Molecular Genetics & Microbiology
Duke University

The Jackson Laboratory Guest Seminar Series
10:30-11:30am April 19, 2007
LCC Auditorium, The Jackson Laboratory

Karl BromanThe Genomes of Recombinant Inbred Lines Karl Broman
Associate Professor, Department of Biostatistics, Bloomberg School of Public Health,
The Johns Hopkins University

The Jackson Laboratory Seminar Series
10:30-11:30am February 22 , 2007
LCC Auditorium, The Jackson Laboratory

 

Tim WiltshireHaplotype Association Mapping in the Mouse: Linking Genes to Phenotypes Tim Wiltshire
Genomics Institute of the Novartis Research Foundation, San Diego

The Jackson Laboratory Seminar Series
10:30-11:30am August 9, 2006
Building 51 Auditorium, The Jackson Laboratory

Scott WilliamsonCharacterizing Patterns of Natural Selection in the Human Genome Scott Williamson
Assistant Professor, Cornell University

The Jackson Laboratory Seminar Series
10:30-11:30am March 20, 2006
Building 51 Auditorium, The Jackson Laboratory