How do genes and genomes evolve in populations? Why is there so much diversity among human populations? What happens to new mutations? How do new species evolve? How do species go extinct? The answers to all these questions, and more form the core of POPULATION GENETICS, being offered this SPRING 2017 to undergraduate and graduate students at CSUSM.
This course will fill an upper division science elective for biology majors with molecular/cell biology, and general concentrations, and is open to graduate students as well.
Prerequisite - BIOL 352 Genetics
For more information, contact Dr. Sethuraman at email@example.com
Our new manuscript on a GUI for IMa2p has now been accepted at Molecular Biology and Evolution (pending minor revisions). You can access the packages for various operating systems on Jared's Git Page at https://goo.gl/RO5Y5E
The Sethuraman Lab welcomes its first members - Melissa Lynch, Michael Rubio, Shiori Takehara, and Yumary Vasquez, all exceptional undergraduate students in the Biology/Biotechnology programs at CSUSM. Our lab meetings are on Tuesdays, 4-5 PM in the Biology Department conference room in SCI 2.
The Sethuraman Lab of population genetics will officially open doors at the California State University San Marcos on the 23rd of August 2016. We are a part-computational, part-molecular lab located in the SCI 2 building of the CSUSM campus.
We are excited to announce that we recently received an NSF-ABI grant to develop the PPP, or "Pop-gen Pipeline Platform" to create a standardized set of tools for modern, model-based population genomics.