This is a course on Phylogenetic Methods: building and using trees to answer compelling questions. It was taught in Spring 2016, 2017, and 2018. It did not make for 2019, but it will be taught online starting in March. I encourage anyone to participate.

The syllabus has information to support your learning.

You can join discussions with this Slack invite code. See the syllabus for how to dial in for class sessions from Zoom.

The course features instructional videos, exercises, and a textbook. All are still being refined, so check back often.

If you want to participate, please introduce yourself on Slack above, and also please fill out the form below: it helps with reporting back to NSF. The course is supported by an NSF CAREER grant to Brian O’Meara, and of course support from U of Tennessee, Knoxville.