Symposium list
 
[S1] Parasite evolution in response to treatment
[S2] The spread and evolution of ancient infectious diseases
[S3] Network-based approaches in evolutionary biology and medicine
[S4] Evolution of immune diversity
[S5] Evolutionary biology of ageing: integrating function and mechanism
[S6] Evolutionary significance of biological clocks
[S7] Sociality and disease
[S8] Major transitions in evolution
[S9] Fitness and evolution in a social environment: from theory to reality
[S10] Cognitive evolution
[S11] Evolution of communication signals
[S12] Environmental effects on sexual selection
[S13] Modern quantitative genetics and the study of adaptation
[S14] Fitness landscapes, big data and the predictability of evolution
[S15] Experimental evolution in complex environments
[S16] Genomics of adaptation
[S17] Evolutionary causes and consequences of variation in recombination rate
[S18] The evolutionary significance of chromosomal inversions
[S19]  Evolution of gene expression regulation
[S20] Evolutionary implications of transposable elements, epigenetics, and non-genetic inheritance
[S21] Genetic exchange in microbial adaptation and infectious disease
[S22] Coevolution of hosts and their microbiome
[S23] Rapid evolution revisited
[S24] Eco-evolutionary dynamics
[S25]  Spatial evolution
[S26] Adaptation to global climate change
[S27] Evolutionary implications of hybridization
[S28] Intragenomic conflicts and cytonuclear incompatibilities as engines of speciation
[S29] Integration of micro- and macroevolution
[S30] Phylogenetics in the genomic era
[S31] Evolution across the mutualist-parasite continuum
[S32] Coevolution in antagonistic ecological interactions
[S33] Urban evolution
[S34]
Applications of evolutionary biology in agriculture and industry
[S35] Open symposium
 
Symposia [S1], [S2], [S5] and [S22] will take place on 21 August 2017, the joint day of the ESEB congress and the meeting of the International Society for Evolutionary Medicine and Public Health (ISEMPH). Symposia [S3], [S4], [S6], [S7] and [S21], which will be scheduled later in the programme, might also be of interest to ISEMPH delegates.