Videos and Activities
Here we share videos about our research and science activities
Genetics, Science and Politics
Discussing how to understand sex and gender with Ben Fama Jr and Mesa Fama.
Evolution of dosage compensation
Introduction to dosage compensation, presented at the Evolutionary Genomics of Sex meeting.
Explaining male mutation bias
A short interview about male mutation bias following publication of our paper studying potential biases in how we measure the phenomenon.
Fetal microchimerism occurs when a small number of cells from the developing fetus enter and persist in the pregnant body and postpartum. We reviewed current evidence for the effects of fetal microchimerism and generate testable hypotheses for how these cells may be affecting health long after birth.
A panel discussion on evolution and sex differences
Following Mel Konner's talk, there was a panel disucssion. Panel participants: Sarah Hrdy, Professor Emerita, UC Davis. Melissa Wilson Sayres, Assistant Professor, Arizona State University. Sally Kitch, Director, Institute for Humantities Research and Regents' Professor, Arizona State University. Kim Hill, Professor, School of Human Evolution and Social Change, Arizona State University.
Disease implications of human sex chromosome evolution
Presentation about human sex chromosomes from the inaugural meeting of the International Society for Evolutionary Medicine and Public Health.
Our mtDNA ancestor
A short cartoon introduction to thinking about coalescence.
Posts/essays from the lab:
- Every site in the human genome is expect to vary in at least 100 individuals (post)