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PAG30 showcase programExchange Ideas and Gain New Insights

The scientific program at PAG includes informative speakers, technial presentations, poster sessions, and workshops —are all excellent forums for the exchange of ideas and applications on recent developments.
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PAG30 showcase attendThe Largest Ag-Genomics Meeting in the World

PAG brings together over 3,000 leading genetic scientists and researchers in plant and animal research, and over 150 exhibits, 200 workshops, 1,200  posters and over 2,000 abstracts.
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PAG  welcomes visitors from over 62 countries each year, and is a great place to network and collaborate. Click below for visa info and links to help make your travel and meeting experience as convenient as possible. And don't forget to apply for your visa early!
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PAG30 showcase exhibitsLearn About the Newest Products & Services

In conjunction with the scientific program & poster sessions, PAG includes an exhibition on Sunday, Monday, & Tuesday, open to commercial exhibitors offering equipment, services & publications related to genetic research.
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PAG30 showcase sponsorshipSponsorship and Marketing Opportunities

Put your company front and center to reach key buyers and key decision-makers at the cutting edge of research in agricultural science and genetics. Various marketing and sponsorship opportunities are available.
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Visit Conference Location  page for and info and reservations. View Hotel Health & Wellness Policy

PAG recommends all attendees to get tested for COVID19 within 3 days prior to traveling to San Diego.
PAG will follow all CDC guidelines in place as of January 1, 2023.

News & Updates

PAGXXIX HoekstraPrincipal Investigator, Howard Hughes Medical Institute, Harvard University, USA

Time:  Monday, January 10, 8:45 AM (PST / GMT -8 )

Talk Title: "The Genetic Basis of Local Adaptation in Wild Mice"

Bio:

Hopi received her B.A. in Integrative Biology from UC Berkeley. She completed her Ph.D. in 2000 as a Howard Hughes Predoctoral Fellow at the University of Washington. She then moved to the University of Arizona as a NIH Postdoctoral Fellow where she studied the genetic basis of adaptive melanism in pocket mice. In 2003, she became an Assistant Professor at UC San Diego. Three years later, she moved to Harvard University, where she is currently the Alexander Agassiz Professor of Zoology in the Departments of Organismic & Evolutionary Biology and Molecular & Cellular Biology, the Curator of Mammals at the Museum of Comparative Zoology and a Howard Hughes Medical Institute Investigator. She is broadly interested in the genetic basis of adaptation -- from morphology to behavior -- in vertebrates, primarily wild mice.

The Hoekstra Lab / Harvard University / HHMI

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PAG Future Dates

PAG 30 - January 13-18, 2023

PAG 31 - January 12-17, 2024

PAG 32 - January 10-15, 2025

PAG 33 - January 9-14, 2026

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