Ancestrome organizes a Jacques Monod conference in may 2016

Thursday 11 June 2015
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May 9-16 2016:
Roscoff, France

Molecules as documents of evolutionary history: 50 years later

With confirmed participation from

Eric Alm, MIT, USA, Driving forces of Microbiome evolution
Dan Graur, University of Houston, USA, New perspectives on molecular evolution
Tracy Heath, University of Californa, USA, Molecular Dating
Nancy Moran, University of Texas, USA, Symbiosis in Evolution
Laura Katz, Smith College, USA, The Eukaryotic phylogeny
Peter Gogarten, University of Connecticut, USA, Lateral Gene Transfer
Gergely Szöllősi, Eötvös University, Hungary, Genome scale reconstruction of phylogenies
Carolin Kosiol, University of Vienna, Austria, From mutation to substitution
Jens Lagergren, KTH Stokholm, Sweden, Generative models of gene family evolution
Mark Pagel, University of Reading, UK, Beyond molecular data
Andrew Rambaut, University of Edinburgh, UK, Viral evolution
Mark Achtman, University of Warwick, UK, Ages of bacterial pathogens
Maximilian J Telford, University College London, UK, The new animal phylogeny
Aoife McLysaght, Trinity college Dublin, Ireland, Whole genome duplications
Ludovic Orlando, Natural History Museum, Copenhagen, Denmark, Ancient DNA
Isabel Sanmartin, Real Jardín Botánico, Madrid, Spain, Tracing the spatiotemporal evolution of lineages and biotas
Nicolas Galtier, CNRS, Université de Montpellier, France, Population genomics of non model animals: genetic diversity, adaptation
Purificación López-Garcia, Université Paris XI, France, Diversity of microbial life
Simonetta Gribaldo, Institut Pasteur, France, The three domains of life ?
Sophie Abby, Institut Pasteur, France/Autriche, Complex molecular systems
Hervé Philippe, CNRS, Station d’Ecologie Expérimentale, Moulis, France, Models of sequence evolution
Marie Sémon, ENS de Lyon France, From genome to shapes
Laurent Duret, CNRS Université de Lyon, France, BGC as a 4rth evolutionary force
Vincent Daubin, CNRS Université de Lyon, France, genomes as documents of evolutionary history