Meeting Organizers

Fernando Pardo-Manuel de Villena - Chair
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

Dmitri Petrov - Co-Chair
Stanford University

Matthew Hahn
Indiana University

Hopi Hoekstra
Harvard University

Lauren M. McIntyre
University of Florida

Matt Rockman
New York University

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Why Exhibit / Sponsor?

Conference Overview

Location
Madison, Wisconsin
Conference dates
May 13–16, 2018
Exhibit dates
May 13–15, 2018
Expected attendance
400

Innovative community with buying power

Reach leaders at the cutting edge of genomics, agricultural, and biomedical research by expanding your visibility to the population, evolutionary, and quantitative genetics community. This broad group includes academic and industry researchers at all career stages.

Flexible opportunities

The conference format features not only oral and poster sessions, but a wide range of professional development, networking, and community events that are available to sponsor. To maximize exhibitor visibility, the exhibition hall will house the opening reception, exhibits, and the popular poster sessions. There are also a range of sponsorship and advertising opportunities.

Top-notch research

High-profile invited speakers and up-and-coming early career scientists present on a wide variety of topics and techniques, including:
Theoretical population genetics | Molecular evolution | Quantitative and complex traits | Population genomics | Experimental evolution | Adaptation and ecological genetics | Statistical genetics | Genome evolution | Speciation

Destination City

The Conference will be held in Madison, Wisconsin, a pleasant and popular destination known for its scenic lakefront, fine restaurants, walkable city, extensive network of parks and bike trails, and its long history of genetics research.

Questions? Contact Suzy Brown to discuss how we can help you connect with our community—your customers.

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