The mission of the EvolCompGen community is to bring together computational and experimental biologists to share ideas and discuss cutting-edge research in evolution and comparative genomics, and to create a platform to foster exchange and collaborations between developers and users of computational methods in evolution and comparative genomics within the ISCB.

The EvolCompGen community holds annual meetings alongside the ISMB and also participates to the annual RECOMB Comparative Genomics (RECOMB-CG) satellite meetings. The first event of the community was at ISMB 2018 as a Community of Special Interest (COSI) track on July 9th, 2018 in Chicago (IL, USA). A virtual evolution and comparative genomics community meeting were also held at RECOMB-CG 2018. Starting in 2020, a series of webinars will also be organized throughout the year.

There are multiple ways to participate in EvolCompGen through conferences, meetings, webinars, a “Slack” workspace, and in social media.

News

4th edition of the EvolCompGen session

The fourth edition of the EvolCompGen session will be held on July 25-30, 2021, as part of joint Intelligent Systems for Molecular Biology and European Conference on Computational Biology (ISMB/ECCB 2021), held as a Virtual Conference.

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Join us now for a panel discussion with Dannie Durand, Nadia El-Mabrouk, and Louxin Zhang. Topics: Inferring s… https://t.co/b9CqmxC8su
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Reconciliation compares gene and species evolution to infer the events shaping a gene family. Can we harness inform… https://t.co/3bt5xkt0oe
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How can we incorporate non-coding sequences into analyses of convergent phenotypes? Join us as Elysia Saputra prese… https://t.co/42dys78fNp
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