A number of lab members will be in Austin from June 17-21 to present at the Evolution 2016 conference.
This year’s talks and posters include:
- “Divergence of the dim light opsin gene in Neotropical cichlids reflects macroevolutionary transitions” by Frances Hauser, Ryan Schott, and Belinda Chang.
- “Functional evolution in the cetacean dim-light visual pigment” by Sarah Dungan and Belinda Chang.
- “Targeted hybrid enrichment of complete coding regions across divergent species” by Ryan Schott, Bhawandeep Panesar, and Belinda Chang.
- “Transmutation in the visual system of the Northern Pine Snake, Pituophis melanoleucus” by Nihar Bhattacharya, Benedict Darren, Ryan Schott, and Belinda Chang.
- “BlastPhyMe: A toolkit for rapid generation and analysis of protein-coding sequence datasets” by Ryan Schott, Daniel Gow, and Belinda Chang.
For more detailed information, including room numbers and session times, visit the Evolution 2016 website.