Video: 2013 Taylor-White Lecture with James B. Anderson

February 07, 2014

"Architecture of Microevolutionary Change in Fungal Populations"

Video from December's Taylor-White Lecture featuring James B. Anderson, a professor in the Department of Biology at the University of Toronto is now available at the PMB YouTube page.

Professor Anderson studies population genetics and evolution of fungi. He is interested in the processes that shape the structure of fungal populations including sexual and somatic recognition, reproduction, mutation and recombination. To investigate the impact of these natural processes in populations, he uses the tools of molecular genetics, genomics, and evolutionary biology.  His seminar, the "Architecture of Microevolutionary Change in Fungal Populations" and was hosted by John Taylor.