15 June 2015, Hotel Oceania, Montpellier. “Population genomics of yeasts”

14h-14h20

Cécile Fairhead, Université Paris Sud, France

Presentation of the GDRI i-Genolevures

14h20-15h00

Chris Hittinger, Wisconsin University

Population genomics and the domestication of Saccharomyces eubayanus

15h00-15h30

Christophe d'Enfert, Institut Pasteur, Paris

Population genomics of Candida albicans

15h30-16h00

Pierre Gladieux, UMR Biologie et génétique des interactions plante-parasite interaction (BGPI), Montpellier

Genomic sequencing reveals demographic, historical, and selective factors associated with the diversification of the fire-associated fungus Neurospora discreta

Coffee Break

16h30-17h

Gianni Liti, Institute for research on cancer and Aging, Nice

The 1002 Saccharomyces cerevisiae genomes

17h00-17h30

Jean-Luc Legras, UMR Sciences Pour l'Œnologie, Montpellier

New insights into the adaptation of yeast to anthropic environment using population genomics

17h30-18h

Nicolas Bierne, Institut des Sciences de l’evolution-Montpellier (ISEM)

Reticulated evolution and genome scans: high differentiation does not always equal local adaptation