Upcoming Events
for NAGRP Poultry Genomics Community

2016
December 03
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January 14 – 18, 2017

Plant and Animal Genome XXIV (PAG-XXV)

Location: Town and Country Convention Center, San Diego, CA
Brief info:
Agriculture species genome conference covering aquaculture, cattle, chicken, horse, pigs, sheep, bioinformatics. Topics range from gene mapping, expression, functions, related bioinformatics, and applications. PAGXX will bring together over 2,500 leading genetic scientists and reseachers in plant and animal research, and over than 120 exhibits, 120 workshops, 900 posters and 1500 abstracts.
Early registration ends: December 01, 2016
Abstract due: November 01, 2016
Hotel Roomshare: A Bulletin Board for Information Exchange
Contacts: Sherago, Sherago International , Tel. 201-653-4777 ext. 20, Fax 201-653-5705,
March 23 – 24, 2017

International Conference on Selection Theory and Breeding Methodology

Location: TUM School of Life Sciences Weihenstephan, Freising, Germany
Brief info:
The German Plant Breeding Society (GPZ) will organize an international meeting on selection theory and breeding methodology. The primary aim will be to bring together researchers from the public and private sector who would like to share their knowledge on plant and animal breeding methodology and learn about the latest developments in the field. With the new technologies selection theory has become more important than ever, so please follow our invitation and join us in March 2017.
Early registration ends: December 11, 2016
Abstract due: n/a
Contacts: Ulrike Utans-Schneitz , Tel. n/a, Fax n/a,
March 25 – April 1, 2017

TUM Spring School 2017 Selection Theory I

Location: TUM School of Life Sciences Weihenstephan, Freising, Germany
Brief info:
The TUM Spring School 2017 will provide an introduction to selection theory and breeding methodology relevant for PhD students and postdoctoral researchers in animal and plant breeding. The TUM Spring School will be taught by Professor Bruce Walsh of the University of Arizona, one of the leading authorities in this field. The course consists of lectures and practical components with hands-on exercises.
Early registration ends: December 11, 2016
Abstract due: n/a
Contacts: Ulrike Utans-Schneitz , Tel. n/a, Fax n/a,
May 29 – 31, 2017

Plant and Animal Genome conference - Asia

Location: Conred Seoul Hotel, Singapore
Brief info:
For realizing the benefits of modern genetics to aquaculture, to tackle issues such as high productivity, disease resistance and other desired traits. Genetics in aquaculture has become a course of study.
Early registration ends: n/a
Abstract due: n/a
Hotel Roomshare: A Bulletin Board for Information Exchange
Contacts: Darrin Scherago , Tel. 201-653-4777, Fax n/a,
July 16 – 21, 2017

36th International Conference on Animal Genetics (ISAG)

Location: Dublin, Ireland
Brief info:
This annual conference focus on animal molecular genetics. Historically it focused on animal blood groups polymorphisms and now more on the gene mapping, expression and association with production traits. ISAG is devoted to the study of the immunogenetics, molecular genetics and functional genomics of economically important domesticated animals. It is a scientific society that promotes scientific research and facilitates communication and dissemination of knowledge among scientists worldwide.
Early registration ends: March 30, 2016
Abstract due: March 30, 2016
Contacts: Contact , Tel. n/a, Fax n/a,
February 11 – 16, 2018

11th World Congress on Genetics Applied to Livestock Production (WCGALP)

Location: Auckland, New Zealand
Brief info:
This is the premier conference for researchers and professionals involved in genetic improvement of livestock. Delegates from around the world gather every four years to attend the scientific program and to network with colleagues. This 11th WCGALP builds on previous successful congresses in Madrid (Spain, 1974 and 1982), Lincoln (USA, 1986), Edinburgh (UK, 1990), Guelph (Canada, 1994), Armidale (Australia, 1998), Montpellier (France, 2002), Belo Horizonte (Brazil, 2006), Leipzig (Germany, 2010) and Vancouver (Canada, 2014).
Early registration ends: December 01, 2016
Abstract due: September 07, 2017
Contacts: Organizer , Tel. n/a, Fax n/a,
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