Pipelines for bacterial evolutionary genomic analysis meeting in Bath

dsc_0223I attended a small, but very nice meeting last week at the University of Bath. The topic was the development of software to measure all important parameters in bacterial population genomics datasets. It was organized by Daniel Falush, who is very well known in the field of statistical genetics, developing methods such as STRUCTURE (used to study genomes from bacteria to humans). He has recently moved from Swansea to Bath along with Sam Sheppard and so with Ed Feil already there, this means Bath is now a world class centre of bacterial genomics. Unfortunately collaborators Adam Eyre-Walker and Xavier Didelot (see this and this recent paper) could not make it, but it was extremely useful to meet new people.

Michiel

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