2020 Workshop on Genomics, Český Krumlov Instructors


Madee Chase
Uppsala University, Sweden

Madee is a PhD student with Hans Ellegren at Uppsala University. She uses comparative genomic approaches to understand how different evolutionary processes shape patterns of genetic variation in flycatchers.

Joan Ferrer Obiol
University of Barcelona, Spain

 

 

 

 

Joan’s interests are in using phylogenomics, comparative genomics and quantitative genetics to learn more about the genetic basis of a complex behavioural trait, the migratory behaviour in birds. He is in his last year of his PhD work and is currently working with B10K family level data to detect convergent evolution linked with migratory behaviour.

Karin Steffen
Uppsala University, Sweden

 

 

 

 

Karin is a PhD student in Sweden working on deep sea sponges. She’s interested in computational methods for data analyses integrating metabolomics and molecular biology data.

Nikos Tsardakas Renhuldt
Lund University, Sweden

Nikos is doing a PhD on oat genomics at Lund University. The project is currently focused on annotation of a reference genome, and variant calling of interesting oat mutants. Python and machine learning are things he’s worked a lot with.

Kalle Tunström
Stockholm University, Sweden

Kalle is a PhD student at Stockholm University in Sweden. He studies the genetic mechanisms and evolution of sex limited life history traits. Specifically, he is looking at Colias butterflies, where females can reallocate resources used in wing color to reproductive fitness.

 


Previous years Workshop on Genomics Instructors
 

2019
Joan Ferrer Obiol, University of Barcelona
Andrew Gustin, University of Washington
Mahwash Jamy, Uppsala University
Karin Steffen, Uppsala University
Alyssa Woronik, New York University

2018
Carly Graham, University of Regina
Guy Leonard, University of Exeter
Daniel McDonald, UC San Diego
Josie Paris, University of Sussex
Angel G. Rivera-Colón, University of Illnois
Hanna Sigeman, Lund University
Alyssa Woronik, New York University

2017
Sarah Baldwin, McGill University
Anna Karnkowska, Warsaw University
Guy Leonard, University of Exeter
Daniel McDonald, UC San Diego
Maria Pachiadaki, Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences
Josie Paris, University of Exeter
Sophie Shaw, University of Aberdeen
Yoshiki Vazquez Baeza, UC San Diego
Elin Videvall, Lund University

2016
Guy Leonard, University of Exeter
Sophie Shaw, University of Aberdeen
Josie Paris, University of Exeter
Lokeshwaran Manoharan, Lund University
Jan Provaznik, University of Southern Bohemia
Elin Videvall, Lund University

2015
Guy Leonard, University of Exeter
Sophie Shaw, University of Aberdeen
Josie Paris, University of Exeter
Ludovic Dutoit, Uppsala University
Jordi Paps, Oxford University
Adam Bazinet, University of Maryland
Alper Kucukural, University of Massachusetts

2014
Guy Leonard, University of Exeter
Sophie Shaw, University of Aberdeen
Adam Bazinet, University of Maryland
Anders Lanzén, Neiker-Tecnalia
Melanie Melendrez, Walter Reed Army Institute of Research
Daniel McDonald, University of Colorado
Dag Ahren, Lund University

2013
Adam Bazinet, University of Maryland
Daniel Ayres, University of Maryland
Daniel McDonald, University of Colorado
Kristina Cammen, Duke University
Peter Batzel, University of Oregon
Luke Ursell, University of Colorado

2012
Adam Bazinet, University of Maryland
Daniel McDonald, University of Colorado
Dag Ahren, Lund University
Lionel Guy, Uppsala University
Tejashwari Meerupati, Lund University
Matthew Conte, University of Maryland

2011
Adam Bazinet, University of Maryland
Daniel McDonald, University of Colorado
Giovanna Carpi, Fondazione Edmnund Mach
Daniel Ayres, University of Maryland
Henk den Bakker, Cornell University
Ted Gibbons, University of Maryland
Gerardo Nava, Washington University
Lionel Guy, Uppsala University