Public Symposium on Social Evolution and Genome Complexity

Sponsored by Columbia University Seminars, NSF Sociogenomics Initiative, Columbia University Center for Integrative Animal Behavior
By Social Evolution and Genome Complexity
February 6, 2017

Columbia is hosting a symposium with talks from leading scientists exploring the relationship between social behavior and genome evolution. Following the symposium, there will be a reception and poster session with posters presented by graduate students and postdocs.
Symposium: Social Evolution and Genome Complexity
Friday March 3, 2017 (8:30 AM to 7:30 PM)
Columbia University, 614 Schermerhorn Hall
Arvid Agren (Cornell University), Lucia Carbone (Oregon Health Sciences University), Nels Elde (University of Utah), Hopi Hoekstra (Harvard University), Hans Hofmann (The University of Texas at Austin), Karen Kapheim (Utah State University), Laurent Keller (University of Lausanne), Corrie Moreau (The Field Museum), Dustin Rubenstein (Columbia University), Amy Toth (Iowa State University), Sam Yeoman (University of Calgary)

Registration is free and can be done here:

Poster Session:
Graduate students and postdocs interested in presenting a poster related to this theme should send a title and short abstract to