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Subject: Short course Multi-Omic Integration for AI Genomic
       Prediction Breeding Under Different Approaches:
       Past, Present and Future.
Date: Wed, 22 Mar 2023 09:29:06 -0500

We are pleased to announce that the UF/IFAS Agronomy Department is
hosting a short course on "Multi-Omic Integration for AI Genomic
Prediction Breeding Under Different Approaches: Past, Present and

Please join us July 10-14, 2023 at the University of Florida in
Gainesville, Florida!

This highly specialized training program is intended for research
scientists from the private sector and public institutions interested in
learning the foundations of different prediction frameworks considering
the integration of multiple omics of information (or layers) with
applications in plant and animal breeding. World renown experts will
teach the basis for modeling trait performance of genotypes assisted by
the integration of multiple data types ???omics??? considering different
approaches (parametric, non-parametric/Artificial Intelligence (AI), AI
crop growth models, and much more.) In addition, attendees will learn
about the experiences and vision of implementing genomic selection (GS)
approaches in different crop species (fruits, forages, grains, etc.)

Some of the most relevant and novel topics of interest for the private
industry and research institutions will be covered such as:

    Genomic Selection GS aided by Genomic Prediction GP models

    Artificial Intelligence Methods Implemented for GP

    GP aided by high-throughput phenotyping platforms

    Multi-Omics Integration for Continuous and Categorical Data

    Estimation and Prediction of Genotype-by-Environment (G??E)

    Multi-Trait Prediction

    Sparse Testing Designs

    Prediction of Time-Related Traits

    Crop Growth Models (CGM) for Integrating the Genotype-by-Environment-
by-Management (G??E??M) Interaction in Whole Genome Prediction (WGP

    Modeling of the Host/Pathogen Interaction Using Dual Genome Approach
with Potential Applications in Intercropping Systems, etc.

Instructors: Dr. Diego Jarquin, Dr. Charlie Messina, Dr. Esteban Rios,
Dr. Jeremy Brawner, Dr. Claudio Fernandes, Dr. Luis Osorio, Dr. Marco
Antonio Peixioto, Dr. Marcio Resende, Dr. Caio Canella Vieira, and Dr.
Vance Whitaker,

Attendance is limited so don't delay, sign up today to reserve your seat.
For more information and registration details, visit the short course



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