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le jeudi 05 février à 11:00

Benjamin Audit

salle de formation du PRABI

Structural organization of human replication timing domains

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le jeudi 12 février à 11:00

Denis Bourguet (INRA, Montpellier)

Amphi 1 Déambu

Parasitisme, spéciation et adaptation : la pyrale du maïs sous (presque) toutes ses coutures.

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le jeudi 26 février à 11:00

Nicolas Bierne (Université Montpellier 2, station marine de l’environnement littoral de Sète)

salle de formation du PRABI

Reconstructing the history of speciation from NGS data and the evolution of introgression rates between two diverging lineages

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le jeudi 19 février à 11:00

Raquel Monclus (Laboratoire d’Ethologie Expérimentale et Comparée, Université Paris 13-Sorbonne)

Salle de formation du PRABI

Long-term consequences of maternal and sibling effects
The early developmental period of an organism is a sensitive period where organisational and activational effects occur and thus, small disturbances have important and long-lasting consequences. Parents can modify, to some extent, the abiotic and biotic conditions experienced by their offspring, during both the prenatal and postnatal stages through differential behavioural and/or physiological input. In this seminar, I will focus on (...)

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le jeudi 26 février à 12:15

Vivian VIALLON, MCU-PH

Faculté de Médecine LYON SUD, Salle des thèses (RDC)

Joint estimation of K related regression models with simple L1-norm penalties
We propose a new approach, along with refinements, based on L1 penalties and aimed at jointly estimating several related regression models. It is especially useful in epidemiology and clinical research when data come from several strata of a population. The main interest of our approach is that it can be rewritten as a weighted lasso on a simple transformation of the original data set. In particular, it does not (...)

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