Welcome to AAPA's new socially-distanced community event! Every month we host an hour(ish) long webinar on current issues in biological anthropology. The formats will vary slightly depending on the topic.
Be sure to check back with this page regularly for more details as they are confirmed.
Please visit our Past Webinars page to see the topics and access videos of those events.
Organizer: Xinjun Zhang (postdoc, anthropological geneticist at UCLA)
Description: Over the last decade, computational genomics has brought a whirlwind of new insights to human evolution. We have so far witnessed a rapid emergence of genomics data and quantitative methods. This month, AAPA brings you a panel of four experts to talk about their fascinating research in human demographic history, with a particular focus on the start-of-the-art analytical methods used in anthropological genomics nowadays, including their assumptions, strengths, and weaknesses.
Registration is FREE and OPEN TO THE PUBLIC! Register here:
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