Phyleaux Lab at Evolution 2016 in Austin!

The Brown lab will be well represented at the Evolution meetings in Austin starting this Friday (June 17th). Here are some presentations to look out for!

Genevieve Mount (talk) - Saturday, June 18th, 3:30-3:45 - Meeting Room 5 - "Can differences in model fit explain conflicting estimates of the Squamate tree of life?"

Jeremy Brown (talk) - Sunday, June 19th, 10:45-11:00 - Meeting Room 5 - "Climbing peaks and crossing valleys: Metropolis coupling and rugged phylogenetic distributions"

Lyndon Coghill (talk) - Sunday, June 19th, 1:30-1:45 - Meeting Room 3 - "Big data and outlier loci: A cautionary tale with genome-scale phylogenetic data"

Guifang Zhou (SSB symposium lightning talk) - Monday, June 20th, 1:45-1:50 - Ballroom A - "A network framework to explore phylogenetic structure in genome data"

David Morris (poster) - Monday, June 20th, 5:45-7:45 - Poster 110 - "An explicit positional model to explore UCE rate heterogeneity"

Guifang Zhou (iEvoBio lightning talk) - Tuesday, June 21st, 2:05-2:12 - Meeting Room 9C - "TreeScaper: Software to visualize and extract phylogenetic signals from sets of trees"