Genes in Ecology, Ecology in Genes
1 and 2, 2003, Overland
Park Marriott, Overland Park, KS
An emerging field at the interface of ecology, evolution and genomics that
seeks to place the functional significance of genes and genomes into an
ecological and evolutionary context.
Exciting New Field
Symposium participants will learn about this new interdisciplinary field
from some of the leaders at the forefront of Ecological and Evolutionary
Functional Genomics. Participants will also learn about the new research
initiative in Kansas that includes 30 faculty in nine departments from three
Kansas universities. In addition, NSF program officers will discuss current
and emerging funding opportunities.
We want to learn about your research too! Bring a poster to the Saturday
session. Poster presentation topics are not limited to Ecological Genomics.
The registration fee of $75 ($50 for students) includes breakfast both
mornings, lunch on Saturday, refreshments on Saturday afternoon, and a
poster session reception. Dinner Saturday night is not included in the
register by 5 p.m., Oct. 17, 2003, by phone or fax, on
the web or by mailing in this form.
All major credit cards are accepted.
form to Ecological Genomics Symposium, 141 College Court Building,
Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS 66506-6015.
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1-800-432-8222 or 785-532-5569 and ask for Non-Credit Programs
Registration. Office hours are M - F, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. CST.
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form to 785-532-2422. Attn: Ecological Genomics Symposium.
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registration page. Click here to link to the Marriott and make
your room reservations.
Hotel accommodations are not included in the registration fee. The Overland
Park Marriott has reserved a block of rooms for symposium participants at
the special rate of $69. Please refer to the Ecological Genomics Symposium
when making your reservation. After Oct. 17, the special rate will only be
honored on a space-available basis. Click
here for directions to the hotel.
Funded by Kansas NSF EPSCoR and Kansas Technology Enterprise Corporation.
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meta-genome level analysis of a complex microbial symbiosis from an
Perfect Storm: Sciomics, scientific communities, and informatics"
Funded: Writing the great American grant proposal"
approaches for characterizing gene function."
Schaal and Ana Caicedo
variation in disease resistance: Arabidopsis and Solanum"
genomics approaches to understanding plant-herbivore
genomic architecture of inflorescence development in Arabidopsis
evolution of light-regulated developmental pathways in natural plant