In the summer of 2020, AAPA initiated a series of webinars to help bring out community together in a time of social-distancing. On this web page, you'll find a list of the more scientifically-oriented webinars. We also hosted three professional development webinars addressing how the covid-19 pandemic affects our professional lives. Please visit this page to watch videos of those events. For future webinars, please visit our main webinar page!
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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.
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Organizer: Tanya Smith, Griffith University
Co-sponsored by The Australasian Society for Human Biology (ASHB) www.australasianhumanbiology.com
Tuesday September 15th, 12 PM Eastern Time
Organizer: Anne Grauer, AAPA President
Monday, August 24th 12:00-1:00pm Eastern Time
Organizer: Eduardo Amorim (University of Lausanne)
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