Associated programs and Departments at Michigan State University|
Michigan State University
Michigan State University Department of Zoology
Ecology, Evolutionary Biology, and Behavior Program
BEACON: The Center for the study of Evolution in action
David Houle - Quantitative genetics of complex traits including wing shape in Drosophila.
Tony Frankino - The relationship between genotypic and phenotypic variation affecting trait evolution.
Alexander Shingleton - Integrative developmental biology.
Douglas Emlen - Doug works on the most awesome beetles!!! Check out his stuff
Jeff Conner - Jeff works on the evolution of R.raphanistrum
Shin-han Shiu - Shin-han works on developing genomic resources for R.raphanistrum
Kay Holekamp - Kay works on mammalian behavior.
Flybase - A link to the main Drosophila database, with links to just about everything else.
Interactive Fly - Information about fly genes, development, etc...
DGRC - Drosophila Genome Research Centre
Canadian Drosophila Microarray Centre
Berkeley Drosophila Genome Project
Regulatory Regions in Drosophila|
Drosophila DNase1 Footprinting Database - Functionally characterized binding sites
cis-analyst - Searches the fly genome for conserved binding site
McPromoter prediction - Monte Carlo Promoter prediction
Target Explorer - Another online system for predicting binding sites
Drosophila Polymorphisms and Population Genetics|
Drosophila Polymorphism Database
Fly Single Nucleotide Polymorphism Project
BDGP Single Nucleotide Polymorphism Maps
Drosophila Population Genomics Project
Drosophila Comparative Genomics|
Drosophila species genome pages
Drosophila pseudoobscura Genome Project
Drosophila simulans and yakuba Genome projects
VISTA - Suite of tools for comparitive sequence analysis
Databases and Journals|
Labs of Interest|
Ellen Larsen - My Ph.D supervisor.
Greg Gibson- My Post-Doctoral supervisor.
Corbin Jones - Genomics of adaptation in Drosophila; a great colloborator.
Chris Klingenberg - Another lab with a focus on canalization and variation in wing shape in Drosophila.
Stony Brook Morphometrics