Videos . . .

     
   

Sequencing reveals the dynamics of adaptation in asexual populations.

Greg Lang
Molecular Biology Departmental Retreat
5 October, 2012
Princeton, NJ

A local talk, but a good one. I assure you, there was more than one person in the audience.

   
   

Sequencing reveals the dynamics of adaptation in asexual populations.

Greg Lang
The Biology of Genomes
10 - 14 May, 2011
Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, NY

My talk from the Biology of Genomes meeting. The slides are below.

   
   

Evolution and Cancer.

David Botstein
Marshall Nirenberg Lecture
4 January, 2012
NIH

David talks about our work on experimental evolution in the context of cancer.

   
   
Talks . . .



   
   

Sequencing reveals the dynamics of adaptation in asexual populations.

Lang GI, Hickman M, Parsons L, Desai MM, Weinstock GM, Botstein D.

EMBO Conference Series: Experimental Approaches to Evolution and Ecology using Yeast.
17 - 21 October, 2012
EMBL Heidelberg, Germany

   
   

Sequencing reveals the dynamics of adaptation in asexual populations.

Lang GI, Desai MM, Weinstock G, Botstein D.

Yeast Meeting.
31 July - 5 August, 2012
Princeton, NJ

   
   

Genetic variation and the fate of beneficial mutations in asexual populations.

Lang GI, Desai MM, and Botstein D.

Gordon Research Conference on Ecological and Evolutionary Genomics.
10 - 15 July, 2011
University of New England, Biddeford, ME

   
   

Genetic variation and the fate of beneficial mutations in asexual populations.

Lang GI, Desai MM, and Botstein D.

The Biology of Genomes.
10 - 14 May, 2011
Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, NY

   
   

Observing the dynamics of adaptation: Emergence and fate of beneficial mutations.

Lang GI, Botstein D, and Desai MM.

Yeast Meeting.
27 July - 2 August, 2010
Vancouver, B.C.

   
   

An evolutionary trade-off between growth rate and mating efficiency in yeast.

Lang GI, Murray AW, and Botstein D.

EMBO Workshop on Evolutionary and Environmental Genomics of Yeasts.
1 - 5 October, 2008
EMBL Heidelberg, Germany

Meeting Report: Gu Z, Oliver S. Yeasts as models in evolutionary biology. Genome Biol. 2009 Mar 2;10(3):304


   
   
Poster Presentations . . .

   
   

Pervasive genetic hitchhiking and clonal interference in 40 evolving yeast populations

Lang GI, Rice DP, Hickman MJ, Sodergren E, Weinstock GM, Botstein D, and Desai MM.

Gordon Research Conference on Microbial Population Biology.
21 - 26 July, 2013
Proctor Academy, Andover, NH

   
   

The cost of gene expression underlies a fitness trade-off in yeast

Lang GI, Murray AW, and Botstein D.

Gordon Research Conference on Microbial Population Biology.
19 - 24 July, 2009
Proctor Academy, Andover, NH

74th Symposium: Evolution - The Molecular Landscape.
27 May - 1 June, 2009
Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, NY

   
   

Mutation rate across Saccharomyces cerevisiae Chromosome VI is correlated with replication timing.

Lang GI and Murray AW.

Gordon Research Conference on Mutagenesis.
6 - 11 August, 2006
Salve Regina University, Newport, RI

   
   

Variation in mutation rate along yeast Chromosome VI.

Lang GI and Murray AW.

6th International Conference on Systems Biology.
19 - 24 October, 2005
Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA

   
   

A second function of pseudouridine synthase, Pus3p, independent of pseudouridine formation, impacts HOT1-associated recombination, growth rate, and temperature tolerance in Saccharomyces cerevisiae.

Lang GI and Hepfer C.

33rd Meeting of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania University Biologists.
19 - 21 April, 2002
Lock Haven University of Pennsylvania

   
  

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