*** PAG XXIX has been Postponed until March 2021 - Please Note the New Dates ***

International Plant & Animal Genome XXIX / March 27-31, 2021 - San Diego, CA, USA

The full list of scientific workshops at PAG XXIX will be online in December 2020.

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PAG XXVIII (2020) Workshop List

 View the PAG XXXVIII Online Program for Workshop Descriptions


A Global Vision for Crop Improvement and Food Security: Connecting the Dots
Abiotic Stress
Advanced Computational Methods – Machine Learning, Containers, and Clouds
African Orphan Crops
Allele Mining
Analysis of Complex Genomes
Animal Epigenetics
Animal Genomics and Adaptation to Climate Change
Annotation Jamboree
Apiaceae
Application of New Genomic Tools and Techniques in Arthropods
Aquaculture
Arthropod Genomics and Genome Engineering
Avian Genomics - Going Wild!
Banana Genomics
Big Data: Manage your data before your data kills you
Bioactive, Nutraceutical and Therapeutic Molecules in Plants
Bioenergy Grass Biology: Genomes, microbiomes, traits and applications
Bioinformatics
Brachypodium Genomics
Brassicas
BreedBase and SGN: Genomics and Breeder Data Management and Analyses Tools.
Buffalo Genomics
Cacao Genomics Workshop
Camelids
Cannabis Diversity: Genomics and Phenomics
Cassava Genomics
Cattle/Sheep/Goat 1
Cattle/Sheep/Goat 2
Cattle/Swine
Challenges and Opportunities in Plant Science Data Management - an International Workshop
ChIP-seq: Challenges and Ideas
Citrus Genome
Climate Change and ICRCGC 1
Climate Change and ICRCGC 2
Climate Change and ICRCGC 3
Comparative Genomics
Components of Apomixis
Compositae
Computational Gene Discovery
Connecting Crop Phenotype and Genotype Data
Cool Season Legumes
Crop Evolution Genomics & Future Agricultural Productivity
Crop Genomics for Global Food Security
CSSA: Translational Genomics
Cucurbit Genomics
CyVerse - Software, Tools, and Services for Data-Driven Discovery and Learning
Degraded DNA and Paleogenomics
Development and Application of Genome Engineering and Transgenic Technology to the Agriculture
Domestication Genomics
Ecological Genomics
Engineering NUE
Equine 1
Equine 2
Evolution of Genome Size
Exploring Phytobiomes
Extremophile Genomes
Farm Animal Genome Editing
Feline and Canine Genomics Workshop
Flavor, Nutrition, and Post-Harvest Genomics
Flax Genomics
Forage, Feedstocks & Turf
Forest Tree
Fruit/Nuts
Functional Genomics
Functional Genomics of C4 and CAM photosynthesis
Functional Genomics of Complex Traits in Diverse Organisms: the Next Leading EDGE (Enabling Discovery through GEnomic Tools)
Fungal Genomics
Galaxy: An Open Platform for Data Analysis and Integration
Gene Expression Analysis
Gene Introgression
Genome annotation resources at the EBI
Genome to Phenome: Next Generation Sensors for Sensing Plants and Environment
Genome Variation and Somatic Cell Breeding
Genomic Advances in Fruit and Vegetable Breeding
Genomic Selection and Genome-Wide Association Studies
Genomics of Genebanks
Genomics of Non-Classical Model Animals
Genomics of Phytoremediators, Metal Accumulators and Relatives
Genomics of Plant Development
Genomics of Tissue Regeneration in Plants and Animals
Genomics-Assisted Breeding
Graft Genetics and Genomics
Gramene: Unifying Comparative Genomics and Pathway Resources for Plant Communities
Grape Genome Initiative
Grasslands (Lolium Genome Initiative)
Integrated Breeding Platform: Tools, Databases and Applications for Plant Breeding
International Cotton Genome Initiative (ICGI)
International Phytomedomics and Nutriomics Consortium (ICPN) 1
International Phytomedomics and Nutriomics Consortium (ICPN) 2
International Sheep Genomics Consortium
International Wheat Genome Sequencing Consortium (IWGSC)
Interoperability and Federation Across Bioinformatic Platforms and Resources
IWGSC – Wheat Genome Manual and Functional Annotation
JBrowse, JBrowse 2 and Apollo
Legumes
Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence in Genomics and Phenomics
Maize
NCBI Genome Resources
New Approaches for Developing Disease Resistance in Cereals
New breeding technologies: Prospects and regulatory hurdles
Non-coding RNA
Non-Seed Plants
NSF / UKRI-BBSRC / USDA-NIFA: International collaborations connecting basic research to translational and applied outcomes in plant genomics
Oats, Wild and Cultivated
Organellar Genetics
Ornamentals
Palm Genetics and Genomics
Perennial Grasses
Plant Chromosome Biology
Plant Cytogenetics
Plant Epigenetics and Epigenomics
Plant Molecular Breeding
Plant Phenotypes
Plant Reproductive Genomics
Polyploidy
Population and Conservation Genomics 1
Poultry 1
Poultry 2
Proteomics
QTL Cloning
Quinoa and close relatives
Resources and Programs for Undergraduate Education in Genomics
Rhinoceros Genomics Studies: tools for conservation
Root Genomics
Sequencing Complex Genomes
Sex Chromosomes and sex determination
Simulation of Genetic and Genomic Systems
Small RNA
Sorghum/Millet
Soybean Genomics
Statistical Genomics
Sugar Beet Workshop
Sugar Cane (ICSB)
Swine
Systems Biology and Ontologies
Teaching Genetics, Genomics, Biotechnology, and Bioinformatics
The Analysis and Role of the Microbiome
The National Plant Genome Initiative: Catalyzing Transdisciplinary Frontiers in Genomics for Breakthroughs, Innovation, and Community Development
Transposable Elements
Tripal Database Network and Initiatives
Triticeae Genetics and Genomics, Session 1: Progress in structural and functional genomics
Triticeae Genetics and Genomics, Session 2: Trait genetics and gene identification
UCSC Genome Browser - tools and visualizations for all organisms
US National Animal Genome Research Program (NRSP8)
Weedy and Invasive Plant Genomics
What Early Career Scientists Need to Know: Developing and Executing Successful Broader Impact Programs for Current and Future Grants

 

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PAG XXX - January 8-12, 2022

PAG XXXI - January 14-18, 2023

PAG XXXII - January 13-17, 2024

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