I presented a poster at the tenth Bay Area Population Genetics meeting based on my work with Dr. Noah Rosenberg on the mathematical properties of the H12 and H2/H1 statistics. The […]
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This spring quarter at Stanford, I am co-organizing the Stanford CEHG Evolgenome speaker seminar. This is a weekly seminar with speakers from around the campus part of the Center for […]
I attended the Simons Institute workshop titled Computation-Intensive Probabilistic and Statistical Methods for Large-Scale Population Genomics. There was a great lineup of speakers and some opportunities to meet colleagues!
Today I gave a talk on my work on detecting hard and soft sweeps in Drosophila at BCATS. I presented new work inferring the softness of the sweeps in Drosophila, […]
We recently rewrote our paper on identifying soft selective sweeps in Drosophila and posted version 2 on the ArXiv. In this new version, we (i) focus much more on the possibility […]
Today I had the opportunity to attend the Stanford CEHG symposium and presented a poster on my work on soft sweeps. It was great to learn some new ideas and […]
Our paper (McCoy et al. 2013) was recently featured in a blog post on the CEHG (Computational, Evolutionary and Human Genomics at Stanford) website, and was cross posted on The […]
Today I had the opportunity to present my work at a special seminar at Penn State University’s department of biology, hosted by Professor Steven Schaeffer.
This week, a paper I co-authored on the demographic history of the butterfly, E. gillettii, was accepted to Molecular Ecology and Evolution. In this paper, we recover the demographic history […]
I taught a Splash! class at Stanford this weekend with my colleagues Shaila Musharoff and Sandeep Venkataram on “A Brief Introduction on Population Genetics“, geared at students in grades 9-12. […]