2019 Southeastern Population Ecology and Evolutionary Genetics Conference (SEPEEG)
October 4-6 at the Clemson Outdoor Lab
Clemson University is proud to host the 45th annual Southeastern Population Ecology and Evolutionary Genetics (SEPEEG) annual meeting October 4-6, 2019 at The Outdoor Lab .
Clemson is one of the founding institutions of SEPEEG, which brings together scientists from institutions in the Southeast to discuss their research on ecology, population biology, evolution and genetics. SEPEEG first organized in 1973 as SEEGG, the Southeastern Ecological Genetics Group, and is meant to be a casual and collaborative meeting bringing together postdocs, students and faculty from colleges and universities primarily in the southeastern United States. SEPEEG is a single-session meeting that provides a comfortable, engaging environment for formal and informal interactions between attendees. The meeting generally attracts more than 100 participants who are at all career stages.
Highlights of SEPEEG 2019 include keynote speaker Dr. Trudy Mackay, professor of biochemistry and genetics and director of the Clemson Center for Human Genetics in Greenwood, South Carolina; and this year’s Emerging Leader Speaker, Dr. Josef Uyeda, assistant professor of biological sciences at Virginia Tech.
See website and register by September 20, https://www.clemson.edu/science/departments/biosci/research/sepeeg.html
Sunday, October 6, 2019 at 4:00pm
Kresge Outdoor Lab
415 Charlie White Trail, Pendleton, SC 29670, USA