Genomics@JCU Workshop Series December 7-9 (Townsville)
Genomics@JCU Workshop Series: From Genome to Phenome: Quantitative and Adaptation Genomics in natural and breeding populations
Quantitative and Adaptation Genomics in natural and breeding populations
After two very successful workshops focusing on Transcriptomics, Metagenomics and small genome/metagenome assembly, Genomics@JCU is organizing a new exciting and integrative workshop covering the fields of Population, Adaptation and Quantitative Genomics in model and non-model organisms.
The aim is to integrate expertise and knowledge from the breeding and evolutionary research community around quantitative and adaptation genomics concepts. The workshop will be given by world-class experts in these fields (Dr. Felicity Jones and Dr. Frank Chan from the Max-Planck Institute (Plön, Germany), Dr. Steve Chenoweth from the University of Queensland, and Dr. Mehar Khatkar and Dr. Peter Thompson from the University of Sydney), as a mix of lectures, conceptual discussions, and hands-on practical case studies (mainly using R tools).
The workshop will be held at JCU Townsville campus from 7–9 December 2015.
To download the draft program and to register your expression of interest, please follow this link: http://alumni.jcu.edu.au/GenomicsWkshp
Registration deadline is Tuesday 24th of November at 4 pm!
We hope to see many of you there!
The Genomics@JCU Team
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