The Immunogenomics conference brings together researchers and thought leaders at the intersection of genomics and immunology. In collaboration with Science magazine, HudsonAlpha hosted the 2015 Immunogenomics conference. Hundreds of scientists from around the globe shared the latest research in immunogenomics, genetic regulation, the microbiome, the genetics of complex disease and clinical approaches in medical genomics. The 2016 Immunogenomics conference will be held September 26th-28th at HudsonAlpha. For more information, visit http://hudsonalpha.org/immunogenomicsconference/.
Leading genomics researchers and plant breeders from around the world convene at the HudsonAlpha Institute for Biotechnology for the CROPS conference, which examines the latest genomic technology in plant breeding and crop improvement. Co-chaired by Jeremy Schmutz, HudsonAlpha faculty investigator and manager of the Genome Sequencing Center (GSC) CROPS brings together leading researchers applying genomic-based techniques to crop improvement, plant molecular breeding experts, and traditional breeders interested in applying these techniques within their crops of interest.
The next CROPS conference will be held in 2017 at HudsonAlpha. For more information about speakers, abstracts, and poster submissions and to register, visit http://hudsonalpha.org/crops/.