Biostat 580B - Statistical Genetics Seminar

Instructor: Elizabeth Thompson
Instructor: Ellen Wijsman

1 credit: Entry codes available from Elizabeth Thompson

Spring Quarter 1998

Seminar: Tuesday 4:00-5:00 C301 Padelford

In reading, discussing, and presenting the papers, remember the seven important questions:

Why? What? Why? How? Why? What next? and WHY?


March 31: Sharon Browning Copies are available in the usual Stat and Biostat boxes/folders.

April 7: Elizabeth Thompson Reprints will be available at the seminar, March 31.

April 14: Jinko Graham Preprint will be available April 7.

April 21: No seminar See Sam Karlin's seminar, below.

April 28: Nicky Chapman Unfortunately Monty Slatkin will not be visiting this quarter, but Nicky has volunteered to explain his version of disequilibrium mapping. Paper is available in statgen mailbox.

May 5: Katrina Goddard (Ellen advising)
Paper is available in statgen mailbox.

May 12: Greg Snow (Joe advising)

May 19: Joe Felsenstein A background paper is
Likelihoods on coalescents: a Monte Carlo sampling approach to inferring parameters from population samples of molecular data
by Joseph Felsenstein, Mary K. Kuhner, Jon Yamato, and Peter Beerli
It is available by ftp as statgen/ at

May 26: Michael Levitz

June 2: Beatrix Jones

Other seminars:

All should attend these talks, if they can.

April 8: Michael Boehnke: Wed 1:30-2:30, Room T-747
April 17: Duncan Thomas: Fri 3.30 -4.30, Room T-733 NOTE CHANGE
April 20: Sam Karlin Mon. (NOT Wed) 4.00 p.m. Room D-209
April 21: Sam Karlin Tues. (NOT Wed) 4.00 p.m. Room D-209
May 28; Jinko Graham Thurs. 3.30 p.m.; Biostat Dept Seminar
June 1; Dick Karp Monday 3.30 p.m.; Stat Dept Seminar

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