Online-EPS Theme 4 Symposia “Genome Biology”
Date: 17 January 2022, 09:30 – 17:00
Organizers: Maike Stam & Eric Schranz
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All EPS members with an interest in Genome Biology are hereby kindly invited to join the EPS Theme 4 Symposium on the 17th of January in Wageningen.
This symposium gives EPS theme 4 members the opportunity to present and discuss their own work, especially the young scientists (PhD candidates & postdocs). Please contact Maike Stam & Eric Schranz for the presentations.
Korbinian Schneeberger, Ludwig Maximilians University München/Germany “Haplotype-resolved assembly of a potato genome”.
(TKI award winner) Kevin Peek, UvA (coach Dr. Maike Stam) – Stabilizing unstable traits: elucidating the mechanisms underlying non-mendelian segregation in crops
Hans van de Veen (UU): “Phylo-transcriptomics explores multiple distinct paths leading to flood tolerance and sensitivity”
David Torres Sanchez UU ’The three-dimensional chromatin organization contributes to the evolution of the fungal plant pathogen Verticillium dahliae’
(TKI award winner) Suraj Hassan Muralidhar, WUR (coach Dr. Jan van Kan) – Soaps help plants: Exploiting plant defense compounds to improve disease resistance in chrysanthemum
(TKI award winner) Monique van Schie (coach Prof. Dolf Weijers)- Turn left here: how plant cells navigate using a ‘molecular compass’
Monday, January 17, 2022
all day long