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"