Tag Archives: phylogenomics

What is ‘real-time’ phylogenomics?

Over the past few years I’ve been developing research, which I collectively refer to as ‘real-time phylogenomics’ – and this is the name of our mini-site for MinION-based rapid identification-by-sequencing. Since our paper on this will hopefully be published soon, … Continue reading

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Single-molecule real-time (SMRT) Nanopore sequencing for Plant Pathology applications

A short presentation to the British Society for Plant Pathology’s ‘Grand Challenges in Plant Pathology’ workshop on the uses of real-time DNA/RNA sequencing technology for plant health applications. Doctoral Training Centre, University of Oxford, 14th September 2016. Slides [SlideShare]: cc-by-nc-nd … Continue reading

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Phylogenomic convergence detection: lessons and perspectives

Talk presented at the 18th Evolutionary Biology Meeting At Marseille (programme), 16th-19th September 2014. (Powerpoint – note this is a draft, not the final talk, pending authorisation): EBMdraft Tweet this Digg Post to LinkedIn Slashdot Stumble This

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MSc Seminar at UCD, Dublin

High-throughput comparative genomics Research seminar presented for MSc students at University College Dublin, 24rd October 2013. Invited by Prof. Emma Teeling’s lab at UCD. Powerpoint: UCD_MSc_phylogenomics_joeParker_edit Tweet this Digg Post to LinkedIn Slashdot Stumble This

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Using x-windows to render GUIs for server-client phylogenomics

The power of modern computers allied to high-throughput next-generation sequencing will usher in a new era of quantitative biology that will deliver the moon on a stick to every researcher on Earth… Well, quite. But something we’ve run up against … Continue reading

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Our Nature paper! Genome-wide molecular convergence in echolocating mammals

Exciting news from the lab this week… we’ve published in one of the leading journals, Nature!!! Much of my work in the Rossiter BatLab for the last couple of years has centred around the search for genomic signatures of molecular … Continue reading

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High-throughput computing and phylogenomics

Seminar presented at the Tropical Biodiversity in the 21st Century symposium, held at the Natural History Museum, London on the 3rd & 4th June 2013 (programme). Powerpoint: High-throughput computing and phylogenomics Tweet this Digg Post to LinkedIn Slashdot Stumble This

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