#SMBE2018: Become Trend on twitter at (2018-07-12 17:39)


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#SMBE2018 Ana Marija Jaksic :) @merianelion๐Ÿ” Thatโ€™s a wrap! #SMBE2018 #SMBE18 @OfficialSMBE #TomokoOhta
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#SMBE2018#SMBE2018 Jason Stajich @hyphaltip๐Ÿ” Tom Mitchell-Olds and Dan Graur #SMBE2018
#SMBE2018 Kyle Fletcher @KIGFletcher๐Ÿ” โฆ@Ashley_Teufelโฉ has a nomenclature of duplicate fates which is new to me. Interesting #SMBE2018
#SMBE2018#SMBE2018#SMBE2018#SMBE2018 Rex Jiang-(ๅ้€†ใฎๅ•Ÿๅ‹•ๅญ) @EvolutionlordXY๐Ÿ”End of the 1st conference where I presented sth at all...#SMBE2018
#SMBE2018#SMBE2018#SMBE2018#SMBE2018 Jason Stajich @hyphaltip๐Ÿ” Last batch #SMBE2018 Anna Stone, Ziheng Yang, Guy Sella,Rowan Barret and Grant Kinsler.
#SMBE2018 Nitin Phadnis @Nitin_Phadnis๐Ÿ”.@MikeDShapiro and I on our way to the fancy #SMBE2018 banquet.
#SMBE2018 Kyle Fletcher @KIGFletcher๐Ÿ” โฆ@bq_minhโฉ showing us why we should use IQ-TREE. #smbe2018
#SMBE2018 Hoffmann Lab @hoffmann_lab๐Ÿ” Awesome final dinner at #SMBE2018 with grad student and family. Japanese food, beer and drums!
#SMBE2018 Jeffrey Ross-Ibarra @jrossibarra๐Ÿ”Unlike the rest of #SMBE2018, my lab can identify the important things to see in Yokohama. h/t @mcstitzer
#SMBE2018 Harmit Malik @HarmitMalik๐Ÿ” .@MikeDShapiro and I on our way to the fancy #SMBE2018 banquet.
#SMBE2018 Rohan Dandage @rraadd88๐Ÿ” Enough said :), Dan Graur at #SMBE2018
#SMBE2018 Kristen Dimond @KristenDimond๐Ÿ” Full house for Dan Graur talk #smbe2018
NatureEcoEvo @NatureEcoEvo๐Ÿ”In case you need some introductory reading for Ziheng Yang's talk, here's his biologistโ€™s guide to Bayesian phylogene twitter.com tic analysis
NatureEcoEvo @NatureEcoEvo๐Ÿ”.: what evidence for gene-culture coevolution in non-human animals? Sperm whale vocalisations + dual inherita twitter.com nce in killer whales
NatureEcoEvo @NatureEcoEvo๐Ÿ”This is the @nature debate on the extended evolutionary synthesis that @Susanne_Shultz just referred to: nature.com #SMBE2018
Lisa Matisoo-Smith @MatisooSmith๐Ÿ”My lab is hiring postdocs! Interested in structural genetic variation & its consequences? Want to work on dozens of reference grade genomes w/in & btwn species? We have many shovel ready projects & would like to start more. Please retweet
gmopundit @gmopundit๐Ÿ”If 100% of the human genome is functional, we should have on average 5e53 children, of which only 2 will survive to maturity, to maintain a constant population size. Logically impossible. Talk by Dan Graur
Benjamin E. Hardisty @Priceeqn๐Ÿ”Thank you Tamura-san & rest of the org committee. Itโ€™s been a blast to meet many old friends, hear about exciting new science at talks and posters, and enjoy some amazing Japanese hospitality & food (drool)! The future of molecular evolution is bright! See you next year
Dr Sarah Guindre-Parker @sci_sgp๐Ÿ”The MacManes Lab is recruiting a grad student and postdoc to work on recently (NIH) funded project. Desert mammals, physiology, genomics, ect. Please contact me if interested!
J. Chris Pires @JChrisPires๐Ÿ”A huge THANK YOU to the organizers and the society effort to make this meeting scientifically outstanding, logistically flawless and culturally enriching!
Also, I think I have rarely met so many sharp and enthusiastic graduate students and postdocs in one conference!
Shannon Stott @svploeg๐Ÿ”Roxy saying โ€œTake note all other societies!โ€ during a quick break from the FREE daycare offered by to have lunch with her mom. Thank you for making this possible for me!
Amelia Cervera @ameliacervera๐Ÿ” Is there a word in English that describes the act of awkwardly looking at the nametag of other colleagues while avoiding eye contact?
Dr. Elizabeth Brickley @ebbrickley๐Ÿ”I have a couple of postdoc positions on real-time sequencing and phylodynamics for outbreaks of really nasty viruses (digital exposure only). Computation and coding enthusiasts ideal. Find me at (or just email should you not be in Yokohama).
Andrea Pozzi @AndreaPozzi91๐Ÿ”Proud to give the very last presentation of . See you all in Manchester this time next year.
Ilya Ruvinsky @RuvinskyIlya๐Ÿ” is the best conference I have ever attended. Well organised, enthusiastic volunteers, thoughtful talks and posters, interesting people and delicious food. What a great memory! Here is my warm thank to the community and organisers. Bye bye, beautiful Yokohama ๆจชๆปจ!
Monika Cechova Mich @biomonika๐Ÿ”I am incredibly humbled and honored to receive the Allan Wilson award. I am also thankful that I could attend the meeting because the society offered dependent travel support and free onsite childcare.

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Mar Alba @maralbasoler๐Ÿ”Very fitting the the Motoo Kimura lifetime contribution award goes to Tomoko Ohta at a meeting celebrating the 50th anniversary of the neutral theory
IPK PostDocs @IpkPostdocs๐Ÿ”Nadine Bernhardt from IPK-Gatersleben presents on disentangling hybridization and incomplete lineage sorting in wild wheat relatives
Milton Tan @mtanichthys๐Ÿ” Kasahara: hagfish have 2 VLR genes pnas.org subsequently found that lampreys do as well #SMBE2018
Broad Genomics @BroadGenomics๐Ÿ”GWAS: GIANT study found 700 loci, accounting for <25% of heritable variance (missing heritability problem). is actually contributing data to next round of GIANT, so hopefully larger sample size will help
UCL mace-lab @UCLmacelab๐Ÿ”Ahh when you're not there for the talk but Twitter tells you all you need to know. Thanks!
Elizabeth Hadly @LizHadly๐Ÿ”Hunter Fraser is blowing my mind with CRISPEY - impressive technology to enable highly precise CRISPR-based editing, even inserting whole genes in yeast. Enabled by tethering donor DNA to guide DNA to produce an efficient repair step. Best of
Katerina Douka @Katerina__Douka๐Ÿ”Sankararaman: Denisovans admixture post-dates Neanderthal admixture. Oceanians have highest Denisovan ancestry. Sherpa, Tibetan and Bengali populations have slightly more than other East Asians. This last fact is not explained by known history.
Katerina Douka @Katerina__Douka๐Ÿ”Sankararamen: why is there variation in Denisovan ancestry in SE Asians? 3 introgression events, differential dilution, and selection interacting with demography are possibilities
Katerina Douka @Katerina__Douka๐Ÿ”.: Flores pygmy genomes - evidence for Neanderthal or Denisovan ancestry? Yes, similar to East Asians. Evidence for other hominin spp admixture? No - independent dwarfism not related to H. floresiensis. Evidence of recent positive selection? Yes.
salazar.camilo @salazarbiol๐Ÿ”In case you need some introductory reading for Ziheng Yang's talk, here's his biologistโ€™s guide to Bayesian phylogenetic analysis
Jeff Rasmussen @jraslab๐Ÿ”General tip #2: it is possible for you to pack 30 minutes of data into a 12 minute talk. However itโ€™s not possible for you to do this well (unless you are ). And it might be impossible for your audience to understand or appreciate any of it.
Jeff Rasmussen @jraslab๐Ÿ”General tip: if every slide in your talk has unusual acronyms/abbreviations, even if you explained them 10 minutes ago, most of your audience is not going to follow your talk
Maria Speed @TheMariaSpeed๐Ÿ”Upcoming SMBE Meetings after
Manchester, UK (July 21-25, )
Quebec City, Canada
Auckland, smbe2019.org New Zealand
R. Taylor Raborn @rtraborn๐Ÿ”A big congrats to @3rdreviewer on receiving the Dayhoff Mid-Career Award today at #SMBE2018. A fitting honor- bravo! #iumafia
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J. Chris Pires @JChrisPires๐Ÿ”EK: very clever substitution to get generating function of trait from generating function of genealogy. Can derive expected central moments based on demography and genetic architecture
Seth Largo @SethLargo๐Ÿ”Brenna Henn: No realistic model of human population history in Africa prior to ~10k years ago. Time to go back to the whiteboard and hone genetic tools
serena tucci @SerenaTucci๐Ÿ”What a wonderful crazy night! #SMBE2018
Venkatesh Nagarajan-Radha @NR_Venkatesh๐Ÿ”I think this is the fanciest dinner I have ever had in a conference! Thanks to for making this happen! And thanks to twitter.com the organisers of for an amazing cultural experience!
Christina Curtis @cncurtis๐Ÿ” on phenotypic evolution across subtle environmental perturbations! . Very interesting project! Few phenotypes might affect fitness! Follow the
Rohan Dandage @rraadd88๐Ÿ”Excited to be talking about the consequences of gene duplication at 11:15am today in the trash to treasure and treasure to trash section at Check out the corresponding paper on
Claudio Casola @ccasola๐Ÿ”A huge THANK YOU to the organizers and the society effort to make this meeting scientifically outstanding, logistica twitter.com lly flawless and culturally enriching!
Also, I think I have rarely met so many sharp and enthusiastic graduate students and postdocs in one conference!
David Dรญez-del-Molino @IndianaDiez๐Ÿ”Kirk Lohmueller showing simulations that predict a decrease in strongly deleterious recessive alleles in island populations relative to mainland populations.
Emmanuel Toussaint @EmmanuelTouss1๐Ÿ”nice talk by showing prevalence of model violations and impact on tree topology for many phylogenomic datasets
Armando @4rmirak๐Ÿ”Very excited to hear Hunter Fraser about newer ways of finding functional variants by using CRISPR/Cas9 in its CRISPEY version
Hoffmann Lab @hoffmann_lab๐Ÿ”Thanks to TIL about a great venting technique. Journal X after way too long review: "We regret to inform you your MS has been rejected because *insert vague stupid reason*" Me:
Kyle Fletcher @KIGFletcher๐Ÿ”Here's the plot that just showed, with the X chr on the x axis, and the Y chr on the y axis ๐Ÿ™‚:
Kyle Fletcher @KIGFletcher๐Ÿ”Kathleen Ferris on her experiment on leaf shape evolution, casually: "I planted 3000 plantlets and 800 parent plants".
Kyle Fletcher @KIGFletcher๐Ÿ” DG: at any given time only some fraction of the genome is functional. Obviously references 80% claim by ENCODE #SMBE2018
Jinn-Jy Lin @jinnjylin๐Ÿ”All of the talks about evolutionary genomics of the human brain in #SMBE2018 are interesting and rich in important data.

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