Anne Charmantier, Centre d'Ecologie Fonctionnelle et Evolutive (CEFE), Montpellier, France
From phenotypic to genomic differentiation: testing adaptation in a wild passerine
David Coltman, University of Alberta, Canada
Architecture of quantitative traits in bighorn sheep
Jeff Conner, Michigan State University
Mechanisms of rapid adaptation
Lynda Delph, University of Indiana
Sex-specific selection drives sexual dimorphism in correlated characters
Ned Dochtermann, North Dakota State University
Lucia Gutierrez, University of Wisconsin
Fred Janzen, Iowa State University
Evolutionary quantitative genetics of sex determination in freshwater turtles
Adam Jones, Texas A & M University
Epistasis in the wild
Emily Josephs, University of California, Davis
Andrew McAdam, University of Guelph, Canada
Maternal effects in North American red squirrels
Joel McGlothlin, Virgina Technical Institute
Mike Morrissey, St Andrews University, UK
Leonie Moyle, University of Indiana
Intraspecific polymorphism for quantitative traits and interspecific isolating barriers in wild tomato
Annalise Paaby, Georgia Tech
Hidden variation and the evolution of complex traits
Thomas Reed, University College, Cork, Ireland
Max Rothschild, Iowa State University
The role of genomics in livestock adaptation and food security
Julia Saltz, Rice University
Gene-environment correlation: implications for evolutionary quantitative genetics
Cynthia Weinig, University of Wyoming
Plant-microbe interactions and their role in adaptation
Jason Wolf, University of Bath, UK
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