Virginie Courtier and Abderrahman Khila organize the International symposium ” Integrating Evolutionary Genetics and Ecology” which will take place in Paris on 22-23 May 2023.
- 22 May 2023 : Collège de France – Amphithéâtre Maurice Halbwachs – 11, place Marcelin-Berthelot 75005 Paris23 May 2023 : Institut Jacques Monod – Amphithéâtre Buffon – 15, rue Helene Brion 75005 Paris
In the spirit of the Collège de France, the symposium will be open to all, free of charge and without conditions. For logistical reasons, registration is compulsory for the day of May 23, but not for May 22.
There is increasing recognition that ecological and evolutionary genetics approaches should be combined to study phenotypic diversity, adaptation and evolution. This conference will bring together researchers working at the intersection of evolutionary genetics and ecology to study the evolution of animals and plants.
This conference will review recent advances in the origin of diversity in animals and plants. It should also allow the establishment of new collaborative links between researchers from various disciplines. The poster session will provide an opportunity to introduce invited foreign researchers to the research work being carried out in France that combines evolutionary genetics and ecology.
Website for registration: https://iege.sciencesconf.org/
Invited Speakers: Peter Andolfatto, Patricia Beldade, Rayna Bell, Magdalena Bohutínská, Anne Charmantier, Vincent Colot, Nathalie Feiner, Thomas Flatt, Elina Immonen, Abderrahman Khila, Arnaud Martin, Claire Mérot, Antónia Monteiro, Magnus Nordborg, Dmitri Petrov, Benjamin Prud’homme, Fabrice Roux, David Stern, Trisha Wittkopp, Yannick Wurm, Amir Yassin
More information: https://www.college-de-france.fr/agenda/colloque/integrating-evolutionary-genetics-and-ecology