Charlotte Benedict, Kerry Cobb, and I had a great time at Evolution 2019 in Providence, RI. Charlotte presented a great poster on the independent evolution of clownfish symbiosis among sea anemones. Kerry gave a poster about our work showing the difficulty of estimating simultaneous demographic changes among populations (see post here and preprint here). I talked about our recent paper on the comparative biogeography of Philippine geckos. The slides from my talk are available for download here and can be viewed via SlideShare here:
The recording of my talk is also up on YouTube:
Kerry and I also attended the iEvoBio Conference the day after evolution, for which I was a member of a panel on computational biology education. The slides from my iEvoBio presentation can be viewed here.
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