Next offered Fall 2013 at UC Davis
Applied Ecological Genetics and Genomics
For Ecology, Health, and Conservation
of Natural Populations
Fall 2013 (Wed and Fri 10:00-11:50am)
Location 1132 Bainer
Instructor: Holly Ernest
Ecology graduate students sign up for ECL242 - CRN: 29983
Grad students in all other graduate groups sign up for PHR 242 CRN : 46002
If course is listed as full and there is a wait list, please email the Instructor - we'll see what we can do to get registered graduate students in.
Graduate students are invited!
For students interested in learning how to use genetics to answer important conservation and ecological research questions
Invited: students in any graduate group including Animal Behavior, Animal Biology, Animal Behavior, Anthropology, Avian Sciences, Comparative Pathology, Ecology, Entomology, Epidemiology, Forensic Science, Genetics, Horticulture & Agronomy, Masters of Preventive Veterinary Medicine, Plant Science, Population Biology, and others.
Note that this course is a core course for Ecology Grad Group's proposed new Area of Emphasis (AOE) in
Ecological Genetics and Genomics
Email the instructor, Holly Ernest for more information.