Journal Club, Spring 2015

When Who What
Jan 12 cancelled due to Biology seminar
Jan 19 MLK Jr Holiday
Jan 26 cancelled
Feb 2 Shai MacArthur et al., 2014. The Rate of Nonallelic Homologous Recombination in Males Is Highly Variable, Correlated between Monozygotic Twins and Independent of AgePLoS Genetics.
 Feb 9  Eduardo Foll et al. 2014. Widespread signals of convergent adaptation to high altitude in Asia and AmericaAJHG.
 Feb 16 Joe Tomasetti and Vogelstein. 2015. Variation in cancer risk among tissues can be explained by the number of stem cell divisionsScience. Suppl Info.
Feb 23 Yuval Yuen et al. 2015. Whole-genome sequencing of quartet families with autism spectrum disorderNature Medicine. Suppl Info.
March 2 Sonal Barber and Elde. 2014. Escape from bacterial iron piracy through rapid evolution of transferrinScience.  Suppl Info.
March 9 & 16 No meetings for spring break.
March 23 Priya Mathieson et al. 2015. Eight thousand years of natural selection in EuropebioRxiv.
March 30 Harold de Vladar; Parmenides Foundation. He will be giving a talk in lieu of journal club.
April 6 Chen Polak et al. 2015. Cell-of-origin chromatin organization shapes the mutational landscape of cancer. Nature.Note: we will meet at 10 am.
April 13 Guy S. Charlesworth. 2015. Causes of natural variation in fitness: Evidence from studies of Drosophila populationsPNAS.
April 20 Guy S Continuation of last week; will be at 10 am, bc of Stats talk at 4
April 27 Alva Tung et al. 2015The genetic architecture of gene expression levels in wild baboonsElife.
May 4 Priya Helgason et al. 2015. The Y-chromosome point mutation rate in humans.  Nat Genet.
May 11 Sonal Corbett-Detig et al. 2015. Natural Selection Constrains Neutral Diversity across A Wide Range of SpeciesPLoS Biology
May 18 David Lan and Pritchard. 2015. Long-term survival of duplicate genes despite absence of subfunctionalized expression. bioRxiv.
 May 25 No journal club; Memorial Day
June 1 lab meeting in lieu of journal club; Daniel Jordan, Harvard
June 8 Guy A. Dutheil et al. 2009 Ancestral Population Genomics: The Coalescent Hidden Markov Model Approach  Genetics.

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