Past seminars

Fall 2023

Tuesday,  October 10, Lindahlsalen
Speaker: Mette Lillie (Animal Ecology/IEG, UU)
Title: “Endogenous retroviruses across the koala populations”
Host: IEG

Tuesday,  October 17, Lindahlsalen
Speaker: Mario Vallejo-Marin (Plant Ecology/IEG)
Title: "Ecology and evolution of buzz-pollination"
Host: IEG

Tuesday,  October 24, Lindahlsalen
Speaker: John Stinchcombe (Univ. of Toronto)
Title: "Ecological genomics of life history"
Host: Jon Ågren

Wednesday,  November 1, Lindahlsalen
Speaker: Florencia Camus (UCL, UK)
Title: "Genomic insights into metabolism and fitness"
Host: Elina Immonen

Wednesday, November 15, Lindahlsalen
Speaker: Beatriz Vicoso (ISTA, Vienna)
Title: "Evolution and regulation of ZW sex chromosomes in sexual and asexual brine shrimp (Artemia)"
Host: Niclas Backström

Tuesday, November 28, Ekmansalen
Speaker: Sabine Wollrab (IGB, Berlin)
Title: "The complex response of plankton succession to shifts in seasonal forcing"
Host: Gesa Wyhenmeyer

Tuesday, December 5, Ekmansalen
Speaker: Pau Carazo (University of Valencia, Spain)
Title: "Temperature drives male harm in Drosophila"
Host: David Berger

Tuesday, December 12, Ekmansalen
Speaker: Marty Kardos (NOAA Federal, US)
Title: "How is genomics advancing population viability analysis?"
Host: Jacob Höglund

Spring 2023

Tuesday,  Feb 14, 14-15.00, Friessalen
Speaker: Alex Kotrschal (Wageningen University)
Title: "The evolution of brains and cognitive abilities"
Host: Arild Husby

Tuesday,  Feb 28, 14-15.00, Friessalen
Speaker: Karina Banda-R (DRYFLOR Network, Fundación ESC Colombia)
Title: "Macroecology as a tool to preserve biodiversity in the tropical America"
Host: Julia Tavares

Tuesday,  March 11, 14-15.00, Lindahlsalen
Speaker: Claire Mérot (Université de Rennes)
Title: "The role of structural variation in evolution: flies, fish, and genomes"
Host: Gabriel David

Tuesday,  April 11, 14-15.00, Lindahlsalen
Speaker: David Labonte (Imperial College, London)
Title: "Behavioural Biomechanics in leaf-cutter ants: biting, cutting and the advantages of worker polymorphism"
Host: Mario Vallejo-Marin

Fall 2022

Monday, Sep 5, 14-15.00, Friessalen
Speaker: Tim Connallon (Monash University)
Title: "Sex differences in selection, polygenic variation, and genome evolution"
Host: Elina Immonen

Monday,  Sep 19, 14-15.00, Zootissalen 
Speaker: Greta Bocedi (University of Aberdeen)
Title: “Modelling eco-evolutionary dynamics of dispersal, mating systems and species’ responses to environmental change”
Host: Mats Björklund

Tuesday,  Sep 20, 14-15.00, Ekmansalen
Speaker: Vaishali Katju (IEG/EvoBio)
Title:"The Good, the Bad and the Ugly: Mutation, selection and conflict in experimentally evolved C. elegans populations"
Host: EvoBio

Tuesday,  Oct 11, 14-15.00, Lindahlsalen
Speaker: Nathan Muchhala (Univ of Missouri at St. Louis)
Title: Bats, birds, and bellflowers: The evolution of specialized pollination systems in the Neotropics
Host: Jon Ågren

Thursday,  Oct 13, 14-15.00, Lindahlsalen
Speaker: Leo Beukeboom (Univ of Groningen)
Title: "Evolution of insect sex determination"
Host: Arild Husby

Tuesday, Oct 25, 14-15.00, Zoom (link provided by email) 
Speaker: Deborah Charlesworth (Univ of Edinburgh)
Title: "Why are sex-determining genes often in non-recombining genome regions? New understanding from two old systems"​                                                                                      Host: Elina Immonen

Speaker: Karina Banda-R (DRYFLOR Network-Latin American coordinator)
Title: TBA
Host: Bob Muscarella

Wednesday, Nov 23, 14-15.00, Lindahlsalen
Speaker: Reto Burri (Swiss Ornithological Institute)
Host: Per Alström

Tuesday, Dec 6, 14-15.00,  Ekmansalen
Speaker: Peter Keightley (Univ. of Edinburgh)
Title: "Nature of molecular and phenotypic variation from new mutations in the single-celled alga Chlamydomonas"
Host: Vaishali Katju

Spring 2022

Tuesday, 25 January 14.00 pm, ZOOM (link in the email invitation)
Speaker: Sara Branco (University of Denver)
Host: Anna Rosling

Tuesday, 22 February 14.00 pm, ZOOM (link in the email invitation)
Speaker: Joe Tobias (Imperial College London)
Host: Per Alström

Monday, 4 April 14.00 pm, Zoom
Speaker: Juliano Cabral (University of Wurzburg)
Host: Andre Silva

Thursday, 21 April 14.00 pm, Location Lindahlsalen and zoom
Speaker: Carlos A. Sierra (Max Planck Institute for Biogeochemistry / SLU Department of Ecology)
Title: Carbon residency time in ecosystems
Host: Bob Muscarella

Monday, 25 April 14.00 pm, Lindahlsalen
Speaker: Chris Cooney (University of Sheffield)
Title: TBA
Host: Sophie Karrenberg

Tuesday, 26 April 14.00 pm, Lindahlsalen
Speaker: Alison Wright (University of Sheffield )
Title: TBA
Host: Sophie Karrenberg

Tuesday, 3 May 14.00 pm, Lindahlsalen
Speaker: Abderrahman Khila (IGFL ENS-CNRS Lyon)
Title: TBA
Host: Arild Husby

Fall 2021

Tuesday, 21 September 14.00 pm, ZOOM (link in the email invitation)
Speaker: Dr. Arvid Ågren (Uppsala University, Sweden)
Title: The Gene’s-Eye View of Evolution
Host: Elina Immonen

Tuesday, 5 October 14.00 pm, Friessalen EBC
Speaker: Matthew Webster (Uppsala University, Sweden)
Title: Analysis of phenotypic evolution and mechanisms of speciation in alpine bumble bees using genomics
Host: Gustaf Granath

Tuesday, 19 October 14.00 pm, Lindahlsalen EBC
Speaker: Birgit Wild (Stockholm University, Sweden)
Title: Carbon dynamics in a warming Arctic: Impact of plant-soil interactions and aquatic transport
Host: Sebastian Sobek

Thursday, 28 October 14.00 pm, Lindahlsalen
Speaker: Scott Edwards Wittkopp (Harvard University, US)
Title: Using natural experiments to link genotype and phenotype across the avian tree of life
Host: Jacob Höglund

Tuesday, 2 November 14.00 pm, ZOOM (link in the email invitation)
Speaker: Patricia Wittkopp (University of Michigan, US)
Title: TBA
Host: Carina Farah Mugal

Tuesday, 16 November 14.00 pm, ZOOM (link in the email invitation)
Speaker: Jennifer Brisson (University of Rochester, US)
Title: TBA
Host: Arild Husby

Tuesday, 30 November 15.00 pm, Ekmansalen EBC
Speaker: Mikael Karlsson (Uppsala University)
Title: TBA
Host: Gesa Weyhenmeyer

Spring 2021

Tuesday, 26 January 1.30 pm, ZOOM (link in the email invitation)
Speaker: Prof. Helmut Hillebrand (Oldenburg University, Germany)
Title: "On recovery and thresholds – how synthesis efforts can foster our understanding of ecological stability"
Host: Pablo Urrutia Cordero

Tuesday, 9 March 2.00 pm, ZOOM (link in the email invitation)
Speaker: Prof. Guillaume Achaz (MNHN, France)
Title: What process(es) explain(s) genetic diversity?
Host: Martin Lascoux/Mathieu Tiret

Tuesday, 23 March 2.00 pm, ZOOM (link in the email invitation)
Speaker: Dr Ryan Garrick (University of Mississippi, US)
Title: Snorkeling on dry land: biodiversity and evolutionary history of deadwood invertebrates
Host: Chaz Hyseni

Tuesday, 6 April 2.00 pm, ZOOM (link in the email invitation)
Speaker: Dr. Valérie LeCorre (INRAE, France)
Title: "How teosinte became a weed in Europe"
Host: Martin Lascoux

Tuesday, 20 April 2.00 pm, ZOOM (link in the email invitation)
Speaker: Prof. Robert D Reed (Cornell University)
Title: Developmental genetic basis of butterfly wing pattern seasonality
Host: Arild Husby

Tuesday, 4 May 2.00 pm, ZOOM (link in the email invitation)
Speaker: Dr Norah Saarman (Utah State University)
Title: Integrating genetic and environmental data to predict movement and habitat use in a major insect vector
Host: Chaz Hyseni

Tuesday, 18 May 2.00 pm, ZOOM (link in the email invitation)
Speaker: Dr. Josie Paris (University of Exeter) CANCELLED and moved to the next term
Title: TBA
Host: Elina Immonen

Fall 2020

Tuesday, 8 September 3pm, ZOOM (link in the email invitation)
Speaker: Jacquieline Sztepanacz (University of Toronto, Canada)
Title: "Evolutionary limits: disentangling the roles of pleiotropy and stabilizing selection"
Host: Thomas Richards

Tuesday, 6 October 2pm Place to be announced
Speaker: Dominic Wright (Linköping University, Sweden)
Title: "The genomics of feralisation and the regulation of behavioral, parasite load, and structural colour variation"
Host: Jacob Höglund

Tuesday, 20 October 2pm ZOOM (link in the email invitation)
Speaker: Rui Borges (University of Veterinary Medicine Vienna, Austria)
Title: "Modeling and measuring selection at different time scales"
Host: Carina Farah Mugal

Tuesday, 3 November 2pm ZOOM (link in the email invitation)
Speaker: Natalie Pilakouta (University of Aberdeen, Scotland)
Title: "Evolution of behaviour: stickleback to the future and nature’s undertakers"
Host: Matilda Andersson

Tuesday, 17 November 2pm Place to be announced 
Speaker: Stefano Manzoni (Stockholm University, Scotland)
Title: "Similarities and differences between carbon and nutrient dynamics in terrestrial and aquatic systems"
Host: Dolly Kothawala

Tuesday, 1 December 2pm  ZOOM  (link in the email invitation)
Speaker: Emily Josephs (Michigan State University, US)
Title: "The evolutionary forces shaping gene expression variation in plants"
Host: Martin Lascoux

Tuesday, 15 December 2pm  ZOOM  (link in the email invitation)
Speaker: Florence Debarre Josephs (iEES Paris, France)
Title: TBA
Host: Claus Rüffler

Spring 2020

Tuesday, 21 January 2pm, LINDAHLSALEN
Speaker: Bala Chaudhary (DePaul University, Chicago)
Title: Trait-based aerial dispersal of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi
Host: Anna Rosling

Tuesday, 17 March 2pm, LINDAHLSALEN
Speaker: Rui Borges (University of Veterinary Medicine, Vienna)
Title: TBA
Host: Carina Farah Mugal

Tuesday, 31 March 2pm, LINDAHLSALEN
Speaker: Jacqueline Sztepancz (University of Toronto)
Title: TBA
Host: Thomas Richards

Tuesday, 14 April 2pm, LINDAHLSALEN
Speaker: Florence Débarre (iEES Paris)
Title: TBA
Host: Claus Rüffler

Tuesday, 28 April 2pm, LINDAHLSALEN
Speaker: Stefano Manzoni (Stockholm University)
Title: Similarities and differences between carbon and nutrient dynamics in terrestrial and aquatic systems
Host: Dolly Kothawala

Tuesday, 12 May 2pm, LINDAHLSALEN
Speaker: Natalie Pilakouta (University of Glasgow)
Title: TBA
Host: Matilda Andersson

Tuesday, 26 May 2pm, LINDAHLSALEN
Speaker: George Perry (Penn State University)
Title: Genomic insights into the widespread impacts of humans on non-human evolutionary biology
Host: Katerina Guschanski

Fall 2019

Tuesday, 10 September 2pm, LINDAHLSALEN
Speaker: Marie Sémon (ENS Lyon, France)
Title: Evolution of tooth developmental transcriptomes in rodents
Host: Carina Farah Mugal 

Tuesday, 24 September 2pm, LINDAHLSALEN
Speaker: Andrea Betancourt (University of Liverpool)
Title: Host switching in selfish elements
Host: Alex Suh

Tuesday, 8 October 2pm, LINDAHLSALEN
Speaker: Elvira Hörandl (Univ. of Göttingen)
Title: The paradox of sex in ancient and recent timescales
Host: Sophie Karrenberg

Thursday, 24 October  2pm, LINDAHSALEN
Speaker: Matthew Wolak (Auburn University)
Title: Quantitative genetic evolutionary ecology of fitness, immigration, inbreeding, and divorce in song sparrows
Host: Elina Immonen & Arild Husby

Tuesday, 5 November 2pm, LINDAHLSALEN
Speaker: Pep Serra-Diaz (AgroParis Tech)
Title: Tree ranges and forest shifts in a rapid changing world: a walk through different scales
Host: Bob Muscarella

Tuesday, 19 november 2pm, LINDAHLSALEN
Speaker: Clara Ruiz Gonzalez (Institut de Ciències del Mar, Barcelona)
Title: Connecting microbial communities: The dispersal of taxa as a major factor shaping aquatic bacterioplankton assemblages
Host: Eva Lindström

Tuesday, 10 December 2pm, LINDAHLSALEN
Speaker: Tomas Roslin (SLU)
Title:  Biotic interactions in a warming Arctic
Host: Anssi Laurila

Spring 2019

Tuesday, 22 January 2pm, FRIESSALEN
Speaker: Stephen De Lisle (Lund University)
Title: Linking pattern and process across evolutionary time scales
Host: Göran Arnqvist

Tuesday, 5 March 2pm, FRIESSALEN
Speaker: Ryan Sponseller (Umeå University)
Title: Primary production in arctic streams and rivers: Patterns, constraints, and potential responses to climate change
Host: Dolly Kothawala

Tuesday, 19 March 2pm, LINDAHLSALEN
Speaker: Kees van Oes (NIOO)
Title: Genomic and Epigenetic Insights into the Heritability of Exploratory Behaviour
Host: David Wheatcroft

Tuesday, 2 April 2pm, FRIESSALEN
Speaker: Adrien Sicard (SLU)
Title: Evolutionary mechanisms underlying morphological diversity in plants
Host: Martin Lascoux

Tuesday, 9 April 2pm, FRIESSALEN
Speaker: Jill Pelto (Maine University)
Title: Art as tool to communicate science
Host: Laura Parducci

Tuesday, 7 May 2pm, LINDAHLSALEN
Speaker: Bernt-Erik Saether (NTNU)
Title: Phenotypic evolution in fluctuating environments: the devil is in the details
Host: Arild Husby

Tuesday, 21 May 2pm, Andrew Tanentzap
Speaker: Andrew Tanentzap (University of Cambridge)
Title:  Loosening the pipes on the global carbon cycle one molecule at a time?
Host: Dolly Kothawala

FALL 2018

Tuesday, 25 September 3pm, EKMANSALEN
Speaker: Haipeng Li
Title: Supervised machine learning for population genomics
Host: Martin Lascoux

Tuesday, 16 October 10.30pm, ZOOTISSALEN
Speaker: Christian Landry
Title: Hybridization as a driving force in microbial speciation
Host: Anne-Marie Dion-Cote

Tuesday, 23 October 3pm, EKMANSALEN
Speaker: Rachel O'Neill
Title: Retroelements and the evolution of stable centromeres
Host: Alex Suh

Tuesday, 6 November 2pm, EKMANSALEN
Speaker: Bjorn Robroek
Title: Plant microbes and peatland ecosystems
Host: Gustaf Granath

Tuesday, 20 November 2pm, EKMANSALEN
Speaker: Josefa Gonzalez
Title: The role of natural transposable element insertions in stress response
Host: Valentina Peona

Wednesday, 21 November 2pm, EKMANSALEN
Speaker: Jeanne Ropars
Title: Genomics of adaptation using fungi as models
Host: Anna Rosling

Wednesday, 11 December 2pm, TBA
Speaker: Ian Henderson
Title: Meiotic recombination and chromatin landscapes in plant genomes
Host: Carina Mugal /Taki Kawakami


Tuesday, 23 January 2pm, LINDAHLSALEN
Speaker: Ben Evans (McMaster University, Canada)
Title: Evolution of new sex chromosomes in frogs
Host: Taki Kawakami

Tuesday, 20 February 2pm, LINDAHLSALEN
Speaker: Rhonda Snook (Stockholm University)
Title: Sex-specific responses to experiemntal sexual selection
Host: Elina Immonen

Tuesday, 6 March 2pm, LINDAHLSALEN
Speaker: Caroline Isakkson
Title: Urbanization: Its challenges and possibilities for birds
Host: Germán Orizaola

Tuesday, 20 March 2pm, LINDAHLSALEN
Speaker: John Kelly (University of Chicago, USA)
Title: The Question of Variation
Host: Sylvain Glemin

Tuesday, 3 April 2pm, LINDAHLSALEN
Speaker: Yoshihisa Suyama
Title: MIG-seq: a simple method for genome-wide sequencing
Host: Laura Parducci

Tuesday, 17 April 2pm, LINDAHLSALEN
Speaker: Craig Moritz (Australian National University)
Title: Phylogenomics and cryptic diversity: implications for systematics, speciation and conservation biology
Host: Jacob Höglund

​Tuesday, 24 April 2pm, LINDAHLSALEN 
Speaker: Thomas Guillemaud and Denis Bourquet
Title: Peer Community in : a free public system for peer-reviewing and highlighting preprints
Host: Sylvain Glemin/Elina Immonen

Tuesday, 8 May 2pm, LINDAHLSALEN
Speaker: Mark Blaxter (University of Edinburgh, UK)
Title: Fossils in filarial nematode genomes reveal the history of symbiosis with Wolbachia endobacteria
Host: Alexander Suh

Tuesday, 22 May 2pm, LINDAHLSALEN
Speaker: Emma Kritzberg (Lund University)
Title: Browning of freshwaters - an underestimated role of modern forestry
Host: Sebastian Sobek

"Young Frontiers" seminars:

Speaker: Homa Papoli (Evolutionary Biology)
Title: The evolution of sex chromosomes and sex-linked sequences in systems with female heterogamety
Host: Hans Ellegren

FALL 2017

Tuesday, 26 September 2pm, LINDAHLSALEN
Speaker: Johan Dahlgren (Max-Planck Odense Center, Denmark)
Title: Aging in plants – evolutionary theories finally meet empirical data
Host: Nina Sletvold

Tuesday, 10 October 2pm, LINDAHLSALEN
Speaker: Mohamed Noor (Duke University, U.S.A)
Title: Recombination rate influences adaptation and speciation: Studies in the Drosophila pseudoobscura species group
Host: Robert Ekblom

Tuesday, 24 October 2pm, LINDAHLSALEN
Speaker: Anna Gårdmark (Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences)
Title: Individual variation in trophic interactions shape natural communities and their dynamics
Host: Kristin Scharnweber

Tuesday, 7 November 2pm, ZOOTISSALEN
Speaker: Daniel Ortiz-Barrientos (University of Queensland, Australia)
Title: Parallel evolution of traits and reproductive isolation in an Australian wildflower
Host: Sophie Karrenberg

Tuesday, 21 November 2pm, EKMANSALEN
Speaker: Klaus Reinhardt (Technische Universitaet Dresden, Germany)
Title: A mitochondrially and environmentally biased view on the sperm phenotype
Host: Toby Fountain

Tuesday, 12 December 2pm, LINDAHLSALEN
Speaker: Clements Küpper (Max Planck Institute for Ornithology, Seewiesen, Germany)
Title: Fighters, Sneakers and Emancipated Females: Evolutionary Ecology and Genetics in Shorebirds
Host: Jacob Höglund

"Young Frontiers" seminars:

Tuesday, 19 September 2pm, LECTURE ROOM 3
Speaker: Tom van der Valk (Animal Ecology)
Title: Temporal genetic diversity in eastern gorillas
Host: Katerina Guschanski

Tuesday, 3 October 2pm, ZOOTISSALEN
Speaker: Karl Grieshop (Animal Ecology)
Title: The population-level implications of sexual conflict and sexual selection
Host: Göran Arnqvist

Tuesday, 14 November 2pm, LINDAHLSALEN
Speaker: Murielle Ålund (Animal Ecology)
Title: On sex, sperm and speciation in flycatchers
Host: Anna Qvarnström

Tuesday, 5 December 2pm, FRIESSALEN
Speaker: Venkat Talla (Evolutionary Biology)
Title: Genome evolution of European wood white (Leptidea) butterflies
Host: Niclas Backström


Tuesday, 24 Jan 2pm, LINDAHLSALEN (cancelled due to illness)
Speaker: Johan Dahlgren (Max-Planck Odense Center, Denmark)
Title: Aging in plants – evolutionary theories finally meet empirical data
Host: Nina Sletvold

Tuesday, 7 Feb 2pm, LINDAHLSALEN
Speaker: Pär K Ingvarsson (Umeå University, Sweden)
Title: A local selective sweep in FLOWERING LOCUS T2 is driving local adaptation in a key life history trait in European aspen (Populus tremula)
Host: Douglas Scofield

Tuesday, 28 Feb 2pm, LINDAHLSALEN
Speaker: Lesley Lancaster (University of Aberdeen, UK)
Title: Species range dynamics as drivers of latitudinal trait gradients
Host: Göran Arnqvist

Tuesday, 14 Mar 2pm, LINDAHLSALEN
Speaker: Ido Pen (University of Groningen, The Netherlands)
Title: A unified model for the evolutionary transition to eusociality
Host: Alexei Maklakov

Friday, 7 Apr 2pm, 
Speaker: Scott Edwards
Title: Convergent regulatory evolution and the origin of flightlessness in palaeognathous birds
Host: Robert Ekblom

Tuesday, 25 Apr 2pm, LINDAHLSALEN
Speaker: Sharon Y. Strauss (University of California Davis, U.S.A.)
Title: Niche conservatism, drought adaptation and tradeoffs shape plant responses to current and future climates

Tuesday, 9 May 2pm, LINDAHLSALEN
Speaker: Christopher Balakrishnan (East Carolina University, U.S.A.)
Title: Behavioral Genomics in Songbirds
Host: Niclas Backström

Tuesday, 23 May 2pm, LINDAHLSALEN
Speaker: Laura Hug (University of Waterloo, Canada)
Title: Uncovering microbial diversity through genome-resolved metagenomics
Host: Stefan Bertilsson

Tuesday, 30 May 2pm, LINDAHLSALEN
Speaker: Mark W. Schwartz (University of California Davis, U.S.A.)
Title: Is academic research contributing to improved conservation outcomes?

FALL 2016

Tuesday, 6 Sept 2pm, EKMANSALEN
Speaker: Mark Kirkpatrick (University of Texas, U.S.A.)
Title: Evolution of the Genome by Sexually-Antagonistic Selection
Host: Matthias Weissensteiner

Wednesday, 21 Sept 2pm, LINDAHLSALEN
Speaker: Melania E. Cristescu (McGill University, Canada)
Title: The Genetics of Aquatic Invasions: From Natural to Human Mediated Invasions
Host: Doug Scofield

Tuesday, 27 Sept 2pm, LINDAHLSALEN
Speaker: Tadashi Fukami (Stanford University, U.S.A.)
Title: Embracing historical contingency in community assembly
Host: Silke Langenheder

Tuesday, 11 Oct 2pm, EKMANSALEN (NB PLACE!)
Speaker: Wieslaw Babik (Jagiellonian University, Poland)
Title: Balancing selection facilitates introgression of immune genes between newt species
Host: Krystyna Nadachowska-Brzyska

Thursday, 20 Oct 1pm, ZOOTISSALEN (NB TIME AND PLACE!)
Speaker: Bruce Anderson (Stellenbosch University, South Africa)
Title: Ecologically driven divergence and convergence of floral traits
Host: Jon Ågren

Tuesday, 8 Nov 2pm, LINDAHLSALEN
Speaker: Britt Koskella (University of California, Berkeley, U.S.A.)
Title: Bacteria-phage interactions in the microbiome: how they happen and why they matter
Host: Eva Lindström

Tuesday, 22 Nov 2pm, LINDAHLSALEN
Speaker: Carole Smadja (CNRS, Montpellier, France)
Title: Speciation as a question of smell and taste
Host: Anna Qvarnström

Tuesday, 13 Dec 2pm, LINDAHLSALEN
Speaker: Phillip Watts (University of Oulu, Finland)
Title: Genomic consequences of living with radioactive contamination
Host: Frank Johansson


Thursday, 21 Jan 3pm, Lindahlsalen (special seminar)
Speaker: Alex Buerkle (University of Wyoming, U.S.A.)
Title: Inconsistent reproductive isolation - lessons learned from many years of hybrid zone research
Host: Jochen Wolf

Tuesday , 26 Jan  2pm, Lindahlsalen
Speaker: Tom Mitchell-Olds (Duke University, U.S.A.)
Title: Variation and selection of genes controlling ecologically important traits in nature
Host: Jon Agren

Tuesday , 2 Feb 2pm, Lindahlsalen
Speaker: Dominic Wright  (Linköping University, Sweden)
Title: Domestication, methylation and feralisation: The genetic architecture of domestication
Host: Jochen Wolf

Tuesday , 16 Feb  2pm, Lindahlsalen
Speaker: Iván Gómez-Mestre  (Estacion Biologica Doñana, CSIC, Spain)
Title:  Developmental plasticity in larval amphibians and its potential role in morphological and life-history evolution
Host: German Orizaola

Tuesday , 15 Mar 2pm, Lindahlsalen
Speaker:  Frank Rheindt (National University of Singapore)
Title: Conservation Genomics: the Importance of Accounting for Evolutionary Processes
Host: Alexander Suh

Tuesday , 29 Mar  2pm, Lindahlsalen
Speaker: David Rand  (Brown University, U.S.A.)
Title: Mitonuclear epistasis and the evolutionary genetics of fitness, aging and disease in Drosophila
Host: Göran Arnqvist

Tuesday , 12 Apr 2pm, Lindahlsalen
Speaker: Blake Matthews (EAWAG Kastanienbaum, Switzerland)
Title: Eco-evolutionary dynamics in aquatic ecosystems
Host: Peter Eklöv

Tuesday , 26 Apr  2pm, Lindahlsalen
Speaker: Jeffrey Good (University of Montana, U.S.A)
Title: Adaptation to spatially and temporally fluctuating environments in mammals
Host: Marty Kardos  / Jochen Wolf

Tuesday , 10 May  2pm, Lindahlsalen
Speaker:  Bret Payseur (University of Wisconsin-Madison, U.S.A.)
Title: Genetics of Rapid and Extreme Body Size Evolution in Island Mice
Host: Hans Ellegren

Tuesday , 17 May  2pm, Lindahlsalen
Speaker:  Stephen Heard (University of New Brunswick, Canada)
Title: What scientific writing is: Reflections on the history, culture, and practice  of composition in the natural sciences
Host: Amy Parachnowitsch

FALL 2015

Tuesday, 29 Sept 2pm, Zootissalen
Speaker: Charles Fenster (University of Maryland, U.S.A.)
Title: The Natural History of Mutations: Quantifying Mutation Parameters in the Wild With Arabidopsis thaliana Mutation Accumulation Lines
Host: Jon Ågren

Tuesday, 6 Oct 2pm, Ekmansalen!
Speaker: Rachel Whitaker (University of Illinois, U.S.A.)
Title: Virus-induced dormancy in microbial populations
Host: Anna Rosling

Tuesday , 20 Oct  2pm, Lindahlsalen
Speaker: Marjo Saastamoinen (University of Helsinki, Finland)
Title: Environmental stress and life history ecology in the Glanville fritillary butterflyHost: Mats Björklund

Tuesday , 27 Oct  2pm, Lindahlsalen (off fortnightly schedule)
Speaker: John Pannell (University of Lausanne)
Title: The selection and evolution of combined versus separate sexes in plants
Host: Sophie Karrenberg

Tuesday , 3 Nov  2pm, Lindahlsalen
Speaker: Sam Yeaman (University of British Columbia, Canada)
Title: The architecture of local adaptation: Theoretical predictions and some GWAS observations from lodgepole pine and interior spruce
Host: Martin Lascoux / Sylvain Glemin

Tuesday , 17 Nov  2pm, Lindahlsalen
Speaker: Brandon Gaut (University of California, Irvine, U.S.A.)
Title: DNA Methylation and the Evolution of Plant Genomes
Host: Martin Lascoux

Tuesday , 1 Dec  2pm, Lindahlsalen
Speaker: Trent Garner (Zoological Society of London, U.K.)
Title: Ecology Trumps Evolution: Why Amphibian Infectious Diseases are Conservation Issues and How to Mitigate Them
Host: Jacob Höglund

Tuesday , 8 Dec  2pm, Lindahlsalen
Speaker: Matthew Hartfield (University of Toronto, Canada)
Title: Mathematical models of sex and disease evolution
Host: Jon Ågren

Tuesday , 15 Dec  2pm, Lindahlsalen
Speaker: Trevor Price (University of Chicago, U.S.A.)
Title: Sensory drive, color, and color vision in birds
Host: Anna Qvarnström

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