FaceBook 24x24 Twitter 24x24 mail 24x24  International Plant & Animal Genome XXVI / January 13-17, 2018  - San Diego, CA, USA  REGISTER TODAY

We are pleased to announce the 2017 winners of the travel grants. The awards were be announced and distributed at the Closing Banquet on Wednesday night of the conference.

 


Neal A. Jorgenson Genome Travel Awards


Cattle

Jesse Hoff
University of Missouri, USA
Abstract: Enhancement of QTL-Mapping and Genomic Prediction for Bovine Respiratory Disease


Swine

Haibo Liu   
Iowa State University, USA
Abstract: Swine Transcriptome Characterization by Combined  Iso-Seq and RNA-seq for Annotating the Emerging Long Read-based Reference Genome

Equine

Erin Burns   
University of California, Davis, USA
Abstract title: Generation of an Equine Tissue Biobank for Functional Annotation

Bioinformatics

Jicai Jiang    
University of Maryland, USA
Abstract: A Fast and Flexible Method for Improving Genomic Prediction with Biological Information

Sheep/Goat

Kimberly Davenport 
University of Idaho, USA
Abstract title: Understanding the Ramification of Recombination Variation in Sheep

Alisha Massa
Washington State University, USA
Abstract title: Genome-wide Identification of Active Enhancers in Sheep Alveolar Macrophages

Poultry
 
Hao Bai   
University of Maryland, USA
Abstract Title: Unique genetic responses revealed in RNA-seq from the spleen of chickens stimulated with lipopolysaccharide and heat

 

Michael D. Gale Travel Grant Award

Parimalan Rangan
ICAR-National Bureau of Plant Genetic Resources, PUSA Campus, New Delhi, India
Abstract Title: Discovery of the C4 photosynthetic pathway in developing wheat grains

 

Jerome P. Miksche Travel Grant Award

David Kainer 
Australian National University, Australia
Abstract title: Genome-wide associations of essential oil traits in Eucalyptus polybractea using a low-depth WGS pipeline

 

Earl J. Scherago Travel Grant Award

Katarzyna Gacek   
Plant Breeding and Acclimatizatio n Institute National Research Institute Oilseed Crops Research Centre, Poland
Abstract Title: Genome-wide association study of genetic control of seed fatty acid  biosynthesis in Brassica napus

 

 

Scherago International Student Travel Grants Awards

Plant (3)

Varena Marina Prade 
Helmholtz Zentrum Munchen GmbH, Germany
Abstract Title: A Playground for Innovation: Pseudogenes and Gene Fragments in Barley


Hormat Shadgou 

New Mexico State University, USA 
Abstract Title: The functional transfer of the wheat gene Lr34 into rice and its resistance agaisnt rice blast


Chiraq Gupta 

University of Arkansas, USA
Abstract Title: An abiotic stress conditioned gene regulatory network in rice predic ted using an ensemble of reverse- engineering solution

Animal (2)

Charity Muriuki     
Roslin Institute, Scotland
Abstract Title: Transcriptomics of Innate Immune Response in The Domestic Goat and Comparative Analysis with Other Ruminants

Minique       
University of Otago, New Zealand
Abstract Title: Sialotranscriptomics of Rhipicephalus appendiculatus Male and Female Ticks

 

 

Aquaculture Species Group Student and Postdoctoral Fellowship Bursaries

Matthew Conte
University of Maryland, USA
Abstract: A High Quality Assembly of the Nile Tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) Genome Provides Insights into the Structure of Two Sex Determination Regions
 
Michelle T.T. Crown
Simon Fraser University, USA
Abstract: Identification of Genomic Loci Associated with  Maturation and Survival in Pacific Coho Salmon (Oncorhynchus kitsutch)

Albert Caballero Solares 
Memorial University of Newfoundland, USA
Abstract: Applying transcriptomic profiling to the formulation of sustainable feeds for Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar)

Nawar Al-Janabi   
Mississippi State University, USA
Abstract: The Intestinal Immune Responses of Channel Catfish Against Live Attenuated Edwardsiella Ictaluri Vaccines

Yulin Jin 
Auburn University, USA
Abstract: A Genome-Wide Association Study of Heat Stress-Associated SNPs in Catfish

Zihao Yuan 
Auburn University, USA
Abstract: Comparative Analyses of Repetitive Elements in 52 Fish Species Revealed Their Association with Evolutionary Adaptation to Aquatic Living Environments

 

 

 

 

 

 

s.bordenstein-sm

Seth Bordenstein

Vanderbilt University, USA
 

a.cooper.sm

Alan Cooper

University of Adelaide, Australia

c.fraser-sm

Claire M. Fraser 

University Of Maryland School Of Medicine, USA

r.johnson-sm

Rebecca N. Johnson 

Australian Museum Research Institute, Australia

s.kennedy-sm

Scott Kennedy

Black Valley Films, USA
  

r.martienssen-sm

Robert Martienssen

Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, USA

t.mitchell-olds-sm

Thomas Mitchell-Olds 

Duke University, USA

 

Additional information and speaker bios coming soon.

 

 

 

 
We encourage attendees to download the PAG Conferences Mobile App, which contains all the information in the Final Program, and more, and is updated twice daily.

PAG-2016quad2Search the App Store (iOS Devices) or Google Play (Android) for:

“PAG Conferences”

Apple-appstore   Google-appstore

 

or point your browser to www.intlpag.org/mobile

 

Sponsored by:

HP-120px intel a 4c 100x066

 

Read more: The PAG XXV Mobile App Is Available for Download

pagxxiv-materialsAll materials provided to us by speakers at PAG XXIV, who have given us permission to distribute them, are now online and available for download.

To download presentation materials, view the PAG XXIV Online Program/Presentation Materials, select "Browse by Type" (or Search),  and navigate to a workshop, plenary lecture, or industry workshop. If materials are available, you will see an icon to the left of the title.

Then, click on the session title and there will be "PDF file" button under the talk title of each individual speaker who has supplied materials. Select this button to download the pdf.