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*12th International Congress of Human Genetics ICHG 2011
Montréal, Quebéc, Canada
11 Oct 2011 - 15 Oct 2011
Organized on behalf of the International Federation of Human Genetics.

*Biannual International Symposium on Paget’s Disease
Oxford, United Kingdom
8 Jul 2009 - 9 Jul 2009
Topics – bone, Paget’s Disease, orthopaedics, genetics, calcified tissues, mineralised tissues, surgery, skeletal development, metabolic bone disease..

*International Workshop on the Molecular Pharmacology and Therapeutics of Bone Disease
Oxford, United Kingdom
6 Jul 2009 - 8 Jul 2009
Topics – bone, osteoporosis, genetics, calcified tissues, mineralised tissues, metabolic bone disease, drug discovery, molecular pharmacology..

*25th Fungal Genetics Conference at Asilomar
Asilomar, CA, United States
17 Mar 2009 - 22 Mar 2009
The 25th Fungal Genetics Conference will be sponsored by the Genetics Society of America Please contact the FGSC (questions@fgsc.net) if you have questions.

*International Symposium on Induced Mutations in Higher Plants
Vienna, Australia
12 Aug 2008 - 15 Aug 2008
Symposium will not only provide the platform for the exposition and rigorous discourse on current research and technology development in this field, but will also establish working linkages between molecular geneticists and plant breeders.

* Human Genome Analysis: Genetic Analysis of Multifactorial Diseases
Hinxton, Cambridge, United Kingdom
23 Jul 2008 - 29 Jul 2008
This Advanced Course covers statistical methods based on linkage and association used to map disease susceptibility genes, with an emphasis on family-based designs. Discussions of the methodology are complemented by practical hands-on computer exercises..

*XX International Congress on Genetics
Berlin, Germany
12 Jul 2008 - 17 Jul 2008
Genetics - Understanding Living Systems.

*2nd Joint Meeting of the Bone Research Society and the British Orthopaedic Research Society
Manchester, United Kingdom
23 Jun 2008 - 25 Jun 2008
Topics – bone, osteoporosis, orthopaedics, genetics, calcified tissues, mineralised tissues, surgery, bioengineering, matrix proteins, skeletal development, metabolic bone disease..

*Cucurbitaceae 2008
Avignon, France
21 May 2008 - 24 May 2008
IX EUCARPIA International Meeting on Cucurbitaceae on Genetics and Breeding of Cucurbitaceae.

*9th European Conference on Fungal Genetics (ECFG9)
Edinburgh, United Kingdom
5 Apr 2008 - 8 Apr 2008
ECFG9, in association with the British Mycological Society, will be held in Edinburgh from 5-8th April 2008 and, on behalf of the Organising Committee, I invite you to register and join us in a great city for what we hope will be an outstanding conference.

*2008 ACMG ANNUAL CLINICAL GENETICS MEETING
Phoenix, Arizona, United States
13 Mar 2008 - 16 Mar 2008
ACMG invites genetics professions to submit proposals to present Concurrent and Plenary Sessions at the 2008 ACMG Annual Clinical Genetics Meeting.

*50th Maize Genetics Conference
Washington, DC, United States
27 Feb 2008 - 2 Mar 2008
The meeting will include four featured speakers, approximately 30 short talks (15 minutes each), extended poster sessions and a workshop on translating basic research to breeding. The complete program will be posted at the meeting website..

*Phacilitate Cell & Gene Therapy Forum 2008
Washington, D.C., United States
28 Jan 2008 - 30 Jan 2008
Progenitor Cell Therapy has confirmed that they will be sponsoring a lunch workshop at the Cell & Gene Therapy Forum 2008..

*Plant and Animal Genome XVI Conference
San Diego, CA, United States
12 Jan 2008 - 16 Jan 2008
The current schedule for PAG-XVI is that there will be about 90 workshop and industry vendor presentations and computer program demonstration sessions. New workshops for PAG-XVI include Transposable Elements, Bud Dormancy etc..

*2nd GSA Genetic Analysis: Model Organisms to Human Biology
San Diego, CA, United States
5 Jan 2008 - 8 Jan 2008
The goal of this meeting is to bring together investigators working on different organisms, including humans, to communicate with each other and exchange ideas. The Genetics Society of America is taking the lead in promoting this kind of interaction.

*GENETICS AND MECHANISMS OF SUSCEPTIBILITY TO INFECTIOUS DISEASES
Paris, France
21 Nov 2007 - 24 Nov 2007
We are taking the initiative to launch a series of conferences that will take place every second year in the Pasteur Institute in Paris and will be dedicated to the studies of Host Genetics Control of Infectious Diseases. We wish to cover a broad range.

*IN VIVO BARRIERS TO GENE DELIVERY
Cold Spring Harbor, NY, United States
26 Nov 2007 - 29 Nov 2007
This unique forum is designed to stimulate future research studies in this important area and to promote interactions amongst researchers in diverse basic scientific areas relevant to this field..

*"One Origin, One Race, One Earth: Genetics, Human Rights and the Next Phase of Human Evolution"
Calgary, Alberta, Canada
15 Nov 2007 - 17 Nov 2007
The human genome is our common bloodline and our future. As geneticists continue to explore life at its molecular level, the challenge for geneticists, ethicists, and lawyers is to ensure that ethics and law keep pace..

*Organic Breeding Working Group Meeting
Wageningen, Netherlands
7 Nov 2007 - 9 Nov 2007
Plant breeding for organic and sustainable low-input agriculture: dealing with genotype-environment interactions.

*57th Annual Meeting
San Diego, CA, United States
23 Oct 2007 - 27 Oct 2007
The American Society of Human Genetics.

*Internal Ribosome Entry Site (IRES) advances and applications
Welwyn Garden City, United Kingdom
23 Oct 2007 - 23 Oct 2007
This event unites experts on the mechanism of action of IRES elements and their role in translational control of viral and cellular protein synthesis. Biotechnological exploitation in gene therapy and protein expression vectors will be examined..

*26th NSGC Annual Education Conference (AEC)
Kansas City, MO, United States
12 Oct 2007 - 16 Oct 2007
NSGC is the leading voice, authority and advocate for the genetic counseling profession. No other event brings together as many genetic counselors and health care professionals from different backgrounds and experiences in one place..

*Genetics of Aging
Jena, Germany
11 Oct 2007 - 13 Oct 2007
Annual Meeting of the German Genetics Society.

*World Dairy Expo 2007
Madison, WI, United States
2 Oct 2007 - 6 Oct 2007
Expo is the international dairy meeting place, a five day event showcasing the finest in dairy genetics and the newest technologies available to the dairy industry..

*"Plant Genomics European Meeting" 6th Plant GEM
Tenerife, Spain
3 Oct 2007 - 6 Oct 2007
Latest developments in genome and genomics research are proceeding at an ever increasing speed. Plant GEM is an international annual conference designed to be the platform for researchers from Europe and all over the world to discuss latest developments.

*IV Baltic Genetical Congress
Daugavpils, Latvia
9 Oct 2007 - 12 Oct 2007
Specialists of all fields of genetics and applied genetics (breeding) from the Baltic States and all current and potential partners from other countries are welcome..

*„Present status and future needs in breeding oil and protein crops”
Budapest, Hungary
7 Oct 2007 - 10 Oct 2007
Eucarpia Oil and Protein Crops Section Meeting.

*INTERACTOME NETWORKS - Mapping macromolecular interactions in the cell
Hinxton, Cambridge, United Kingdom
29 Sep 2007 - 1 Sep 2007
The conference will address topics including ORFeome and other clone resources; Y2H and other binary assay maps; pull-down mass spectrometry approaches; finishing orthogonal binary assays; assembly/annotation etc..

*New Applications of Genetic Engineering in Livestock
Berlin, Germany
21 Sep 2007 - 22 Sep 2007
The symposium addresses livestock genetic engineering with an interdisciplinary panel of speakers. They will give talks on the state of the art of the technology and its applications, animal welfare considerations, and ethical aspects..

*Design and analysis of genetic-based association studies 2007
Hinxton, Cambridge, United Kingdom
17 Sep 2007 - 21 Sep 2007
The 2007 programme will be announced shortly..

* "8th European Meiosis Meeting "
Kanagawa, Japan
13 Sep 2007 - 18 Sep 2007
The aims of the workshop are: 1) to bring together experts on meiosis in different model organisms, to increase communication between them, and to propagate recent results and hypotheses, new methodologies, and new collaborations among scientists etc..

*20th European Drosophila Research Conference
Vienna, Austria
12 Sep 2007 - 14 Sep 2007
This year, we have managed to attract a spectacular list of plenary speakers and session chairs to represent the areas of cell and developmental biology, neurobiology, population genetics, evolution, growth control and cell division etc..

*12TH EUCARPIA SYMPOSIUM ON FRUIT BREEDING AND GENETICS
Zaragoza, Spain
16 Sep 2007 - 20 Sep 2007
The aim of this Symposium is to bring together scientists from a broad range of disciplines related to fruit breeding and genetics in order to present and discuss the latest achievements in the following topics : genetic resources and breeding etc..

* Mouse Molecular Genetics
Hinxton, Cambridge, United Kingdom
5 Sep 2007 - 9 Sep 2007
New to Hinxton, this conference brings together researchers of multiple disciplines studying various molecular and genetics aspects of mammalian development and disease.

*9th International Meeting on Human Genome Variation and Complex Genome Analysis
Barcelona, Spain
6 Sep 2007 - 8 Sep 2007
This symposium is the 9th in a series of international meetings devoted to the analysis of human variations in complex human diseases.

*XIIIth EUCARPIA Meeting on Genetics and Breeding of Capsicum & Eggplant
Warsaw, Poland
5 Sep 2007 - 7 Sep 2007
On behalf of the EUCARPIA Vegetable Section, the Conference Organizing Committee are pleased to invite researchers, breeders and others to participate.

*16th International Chromosome Conference,
Amsterdam, Netherlands
25 Aug 2007 - 29 Aug 2007
Conference aims at bringing together the most recent topics on fundamental chromosome research, merging & comparing sophisticated technologies & results from all major eukaryotic models, such as human, yeast, Drosophila, Arabidopsis, Caenorhabditis etc..

*Transgenic Animal Research Conference VI
Lake Tahoe, CA, United States
12 Aug 2007 - 16 Aug 2007
This is the 6th international meeting hosted by UC Davis to bring together representatives from the leading laboratories worldwide doing cutting edge work on transgenic research in non-murine animals, including livestock, fish and poultry species..

*New Applications For MDA: Integrating Genetics with "Omics"
Washington, D.C., United States
15 Aug 2007 - 17 Aug 2007
Microarrays have revolutionized molecular biology. CHI's Seventh Annual New Applications for MDA: Integrating Genetics with “Omics” continues the tradition of providing perspectives from each specialty, with an emphasis on how they can be integrated i.

*7th Havemeyer Horse Genome Workshop
Lake Tahoe, CA, United States
16 Aug 2007 - 19 Aug 2007
Contact: Jim Murray at jdmurray@ucdavis.edu.

*2007 Genetic Alliance Conference: The Year of the Advocate
Bethesda, Maryland, United States
27 Jul 2007 - 29 Jul 2007
This year, four concurrent daylong symposia — Governance in Action, Leadership in Action, Research in Action, and Industry Advocates and Liaisons in Action — will provide intensive training for individuals in boards, staffs, or corporations..

*Genetics Day on the Hill 2007
Washington, DC, United States
26 Jul 2007 - 26 Jul 2007
Genetics Day on the Hill is an opportunity to impact policy issues that affect all of us. We will take our cause to key policymakers and educate them about genetic diseases, genetic testing policy, and other issues of concern..

*Human Genome Analysis: Genetic Analysis of Multifactorial Diseases
Hinxton, Cambridge, United Kingdom
18 Jul 2007 - 24 Jul 2007
This Advanced Course covers statistical methods based on linkage and association used to map disease susceptibility genes, with an emphasis on family-based designs..

*48th Annual Short Course in Medical and Experimental Mammalian Genetics
Bar Harbor, ME, United States
15 Jul 2007 - 27 Jul 2007
This Short Course focuses on (1) an up-to-date presentation of genetics in experimental animals & humans, (2) the relationship of heredity to disease in experimental animals & humans, & (3) the importance of molecular genetics in diagnosis & treatment.

*2nd ISSS Workshop on Molecular Aspects of Seed Dormancy and Germination
Salamanca, Spain
1 Jul 2007 - 4 Jul 2007
Lectures include: “Eighty years of research on seed dormancy and germination: from the petri dishes to genomics and proteomics”; : "Regulation of the transition from dormancy to germination in conifer seeds".

* Genomics of Common Diseases
Hinxton, Cambridge, United Kingdom
7 Jul 2007 - 10 Jul 2007
Tthis meeting will aim to address the following topics: The state of the art in genome-wide association studies, accross a range of common diseases; The transition from knowledge of susceptibility genes to understaning of mechanism etc..

*Browsing Genes and Genomes with Ensembl
Cambridge, United Kingdom
21 Jun 2007 - 22 Jun 2007
This 2 day workshop offers participants the possibility of gaining lots of hands-on experience in the use of the Ensembl genome browser but also provides them with the necessary background information. The workshop is primarily targeted at wetlab research.

*16th International C. elegans Meeting
Los Angeles, CA, United States
27 Jun 2007 - 1 Jul 2007
You are invited to attend the 16th International C. elegans Meeting, sponsored by the Genetics Society of America..

*50th Annual Conference of The Genetics Society of Canada
Montreal, Canada
18 Jun 2007 - 22 Jun 2007
This meeting will be held jointly with the Canadian Drosophila Research Conference..

*QTL Mapping, MAS, and Genomic Selection
Ames, Iowa, United States
4 Jun 2007 - 8 Jun 2007
Animal Breeding & Genetics Short Course.

*Symposium on Epistasis: Predicting Phenotypes and Evolutionary Trajectories
Ames, Iowa, United States
31 May 2007 - 3 Jun 2007
Epistasis plays critical roles in processes important to livestock and crop improvement and to evolution in natural populations..

*CONFERENCE ON THE MEDICAL GENETICS WITH INTERNATIONAL PARTICIPATION “FETUS – AS A PART OF FAMILY”
Kharkiv, Ukraine
22 May 2007 - 24 May 2007
Plenary meetings include: Preconception – as primary prevention of inborn and hereditary pathology in children; Prenatal ultrasound screening and prenatal correction of inborn and hereditary pathology in fetus; etc..

*"International Workshop on the Biology and Genetics of Music"
Bologna, Italy
20 May 2007 - 22 May 2007
During the Workshop scientists, ethnomusicologists and geneticists will be involved in conferences and musical performances analysing and discussing the correlation between music and genetics and, in particular, the biological basis of musical talents.

*DNA Vaccines 2007 The 3rd International Conference
Malaga, Spain
23 May 2007 - 25 May 2007
DNA VACCINES 2007 will again be major opportunity for leading researchers to gather and report on the latest cutting edge research currently being undertaken in the progressive field of DNA or Genetic vaccines..

*8th International Congress on SLE
Shanghai, China
23 May 2007 - 27 May 2007
The scientific program of this Congress covers cutting-edge development in basic research, the latest advance of clinical management and rapid progress in translational medicine..

*Nobody's Child, Everybody's Children
Nanaimo, BC, Canada
24 May 2007 - 26 May 2007
An International Conference on New Reproductive and Genetic Technologies.

*HUGO's 12th Human Genome Meeting HGM2007
Montreal, Canada
21 May 2007 - 24 May 2007
HUGO's Organising Committee is delighted to invite everyone interested or involved in human genome research to Montreal, Canada for HGM2007..

*A Short Course in Ethics and Law of Genetics
Manchester, United Kingdom
8 May 2007 - 9 May 2007
his one and a half day course for clinicians and all other professionals involved in the delivery of genetics services, gives a solid foundation for tackling the ethical and legal issues that challenge clinical practice..

* MICROARRAYS: Gene expression and regulation 2007
Hinxton, Cambridge, United Kingdom
15 Apr 2007 - 24 Apr 2007
The course will provide a comprehensive overview and practical experience of the production and uses of DNA microarrays with respect to gene expression, regulation and gene networks..

*THE CHICK AS A MODEL ORGANISM: GENES, DEVELOPMENT AND FUNCTION
Barcelona, Spain
11 Apr 2007 - 14 Apr 2007
There are programmed sessions on a wide variety of subjects, including genomics, bioinformatics and gene networks, transgenics, ES cells, new technologies, developmental biology, the immune system, cell biology, cell signalling and transcription factors.

*Australasian Forest Genetics Conference
Hobart, Tasmania, Australia
11 Apr 2007 - 14 Apr 2007
This conference will showcase advances in genetics and breeding research for plantation species within the Australasian context, particularly for southern pine and eucalypt species, and will bring together molecular and quantitative geneticists, breeders,.

*Working with the HapMap
Hinxton, Cambridge, United Kingdom
2 Apr 2007 - 5 Apr 2007
This four-day residential course will provide a comprehensive overview of the International HapMap Project, and will include practical experience of working with the HapMap data to map phenotypic traits to locations in the human genome..

*NACON VII Recognition Studies in Nucleic Acids
Sheffield, United Kingdom
1 Apr 2007 - 5 Apr 2007
The prime objective of this Meeting is to maintain prominence for a subject whose importance has grown markedly in the last ten years in many international centres. Its significance for the Pharmaceutical and Biotechnology Industries.

*SYSTEMS BIOLOGY:GLOBAL REGULATION OF GENE EXPRESSION 2007
Cold Spring Harbor, NY, United States
29 Mar 2007 - 1 Apr 2007
The conference is intended to foster cross-disciplinary exchange of ideas and expertise between experimentalists and computational biologists interested in the organization and control of complex transcription networks in eukaryotes..

*2007 ANNUAL CLINICAL GENETICS MEETING
Nashville, TN, United States
21 Mar 2007 - 25 Mar 2007
An outstanding educational opportunity relevant to professionals in medical and clinical genetics who are providing comprehensive diagnostic, management and genetic counseling services for patients.

*Genes, Clones & Patents
Oxford, United Kingdom
21 Mar 2007 - 23 Mar 2007
This course is an introduction to modern developments in molecular biology and genetic engineering and a discussion of recent developments in the law of patents..

*6th International Glaucoma Symposium – I.G.S
Athens, Greece
28 Mar 2007 - 31 Mar 2007
Topics: Advances in Glaucoma Surgery (Lasers, Implants, Minimally Invasive Surgery); Epidemiology and Demographics of Glaucoma; Genetics and Molecular Biology of Glaucoma.

*24th Fungal Genetics Conference
Pacific Grove, CA, United States
20 Mar 2007 - 25 Mar 2007
Session include: Genome Structures and Dynamics; Host-pathogen and symbiotic interactions; Host-pathogen and symbiotic interactions.

*49th Annual Maize Genetics Conference
St. Charles, Illinois, United States
22 Mar 2007 - 25 Mar 2007
We invite you to attend the 2007 Maize Genetics Conference, to be held at Pheasant Run, St. Charles, Illinois beginning with the evening meal on Thursday, March 22 and continuing until 12:00 noon on Sunday, March 25, 2007..

*"From Genes to Traits"
Cambridge, United Kingdom
14 Mar 2007 - 16 Mar 2007
4TH UK SMALL GRAIN CEREALS GENETICS AND GENOMICS WORKSHOP.

*3rd Functional Genomics of Malaria Parasites Practical Course
Bangkok, Thailand
18 Mar 2007 - 27 Mar 2007
The aim of this course is to equip participants with the necessary expertise to construct transgenic Plasmodium falciparum (human) and Plasmodium berghei (rodent) parasites and to apply knowledge gained in their home laboratories..

*2007 Corn Breeders School
Urbana, IL, United States
5 Mar 2007 - 6 Mar 2007
The Illinois Maize Breeding & Genetics Laboratory.

*48th Annual Drosophila Research
Philadelphia, PA, United States
7 Mar 2007 - 11 Mar 2007
Sponsored by The Genetics Society of America..

*Neurobiology of Addiction (C3)
Santa Fe, New Mexico, United States
25 Feb 2007 - 1 Mar 2007
The meeting will cover the latest research that seeks to understand—at the basic molecular, synaptic, and systems levels—the mechanisms of addictive behavior using both animal model systems and human studies..

*“The Relevance of Clinical Genetics to General Practice Medicine”
London, United Kingdom
14 Feb 2007 - 14 Feb 2007
The conference programme offers a series of talks, given by experienced professionals, who will attempt to address some of the issues increasingly encountered by Primary Care Professionals..

*QUANTITATIVE GENETICS AND GENOMICS
Ventura, CA, United States
18 Feb 2007 - 23 Feb 2007
Quantitative genetics aims to link phenotypic variation to its underlying genetic basis in order to better understand and predict genetic composition and long term change within natural, agricultural, and human populations.

*"Hands-On molecular Genetics"
Manchester, United Kingdom
22 Jan 2007 - 30 Mar 2007
Workshops for Post-16 Biology Students. A series of one day courses. running between 22 January and 30 March 2007.

*International workshop "Heredity in the Century of the Gene (A Cultural History of Heredity IV)"
Exeter, United Kingdom
11 Dec 2006 - 14 Dec 2006
This workshop, scheduled to take place at the University of Exeter December 11-14 2006, is part of a series of workshops forming the backbone of a long term research project on the cultural history of heredity..

*National Society of Genetic Counselors Annual Education Conference 2006
Nashville, TN, United States
10 Nov 2006 - 14 Nov 2006
A 2004 NSGC Professional Status Survey found that the most common specializations were prenatal, cancer, pediatric and adult genetics, with smaller percentages working in diagnostic laboratories, infertility clinics, specialty disease clinics and research.

*The Open Door Workshops - Working with the Human Genome Sequence November 2006
Hinxton, United Kingdom
13 Nov 2006 - 15 Nov 2006
The Open Door Workshop provides an introduction to bioinformatics tools freely available on the internet, focussing primarily on the Human Genome data. The workshops provide hands-on training in the use of public databases and web-based sequence analysis.

*56th Annual Meeting American Society of Human Genetics
New Orleans, United States
9 Oct 2006 - 13 Oct 2006
The scientific sessions of invited speakers and contributed papers are relevant to clinicians diagnosing and characterizing birth defects and developmental disorders; to counselors informing and supporting patients and families about these disorders; etc..

*Design and analysis of genetic-based association studies
Hinxton, United Kingdom
3 Oct 2006 - 7 Oct 2006
The four-day residential workshop will aim to give researchers involved in disease studies a firm grounding in the use of the latest statistical methods and software used in the analysis of genetic association studies..

*AARS2006
San Diego, CA, United States
1 Oct 2006 - 6 Oct 2006
International Conference on Aminoacyl-tRNA Sythetases: From the Genetic Code to Human Disease & Medicine.

*Third "Biologie Prospective" Santorini Conference
Santorini, Greece
29 Sep 2006 - 2 Oct 2006
Third "Biologie Prospective" Santorini ConferenceFrom Human Genetic variations to prediction. Topics of interest to laboratory medicine specialists, specialists from pharmaceutical industries, genetic epidemiologists and bioinformatics experts..

*Genomic Perspectives to Host Pathogen Interactions
Hinxton, United Kingdom
7 Sep 2006 - 10 Sep 2006
The focus for this conference is on how the rapid expansion in host, pathogen and vector genome data and other large data sets is changing the way we think about host-pathogen-(vector) interactions..

*7th Balkan Meeting of Human Genetics
Skopje, Macedonia
31 Aug 2006 - 2 Sep 2006
Last advances in the fild of molecular biology, cytogenetic, clinical genetic, cancer genetics, monogenic and complex diseases, prenatal diagnosis, proteomics, and population genetics in Balkan Countries.

*Mouse Molecular Genetics
Cold Spring Harbor, NY, United States
30 Aug 2006 - 3 Sep 2006
The specific goal of this conference is to bring together a diverse group of scientists studying various molecular and genetic aspects of mammalian development..

*INTERACTOME NETWORKS
Hinxton, United Kingdom
30 Aug 2006 - 3 Sep 2006
Y2H & other binary assay maps; pull-down mass spec approaches; finishing orthogonal binary assays; assembly/annotation: integration with phenotypic, transcriptome & localization clustering data; domain-domain networks; & interaction-defective genetics.

*9th World Down Syndrome Congress
Vancouver, Canada
22 Aug 2006 - 26 Aug 2006
The world congress is held every three years to provide leading edge, broad based information providing a balanced perspective on current issues of concern for people with Down syndrome, their families, the professionals who work with them and researchers.

*8th World Congress on Genetics Applied to Livestock Production
Belo Horizonte, Brazil
13 Aug 2006 - 18 Aug 2006
A meeting point for scientists involved in genetic improvement of domestic animals. State of the art theory of quantitative and population genetics plus current knowledge on genetics and genetic improvement strategies..

*Mechanisms & Models of Cancer
Cold Spring Harbor, NY, United States
16 Aug 2006 - 20 Aug 2006
The specific goal of this conference is to bring together a diverse group of scientists studying various molecular, genetic, biochemical and animal model approaches to the analysis of cancer..

*The Biology Of Post-Transcriptional Gene Regulation
Oxford, United Kingdom
13 Aug 2006 - 18 Aug 2006
Topics include: System biology approaches to RNA processing; Pre-mRNA Splicing: splicing factors, mechanisms & human diseases; Pre-mRNA splicing & Cancer etc..

*11th International Congress of Human Genetics
Brisbane, Australia
6 Aug 2006 - 10 Aug 2006
11th International Congress of Human Genetics. The tangible impact on human health of the Human Genome Project & advances in genomic science & biotechnology will make attendance at the 11th Congress essential for health professionals & genetic scientists..

*6th Australasian Workshop on Mutation Detection
Couran Cove, Australia
2 Aug 2006 - 5 Aug 2006
Methods, Cancer Gene Analysis & Diagnostic Applications.

* Working with the HapMap
Hinxton, United Kingdom
31 Jul 2006 - 2 Aug 2006
This three-day residential course will provide a comprehensive overview of the International Hap\Map Project, and will include practical experience of working with the HapMap data to map phenotypic traits to locations in the human genome..

*The Genetic Alliance 2006 Annual Conference
Washington, D.C., United States
28 Jul 2006 - 30 Jul 2006
The Genetic Alliance 2006 Annual Conference, Excellence in Advocacy, offers an outstanding opportunity for advocates, health professionals, policy-makers, industry professionals, and community leaders to participate in cutting-edge workshops, etc..

*Genetics of Industrial Micro-organisms
Prague, Czech Republic
24 Jun 2006 - 28 Jun 2006
Genetics of Industrial Micro-organisms.

*RNA 2006 Annual Meeting
Seattle, Washington, United States
20 Jun 2006 - 25 Jun 2006
The meeting is open to all whose work touches on the field of RNA research. The RNA Society is a multidisciplinary society, and includes all aspects of molecular, evolutionary and structural biology, biochemistry, chemistry, biomedical sciences, genetics.

* Non-Mammalian Models for Systems Biology
London, United Kingdom
23 Jun 2006 - 23 Jun 2006
Non-Mammalian Models for Systems Biology.

*Plant Receptor Signaling
Iowa State University, United States
22 Jun 2006 - 25 Jun 2006
Topics include: Photoreceptors; Hormone Receptors; Receptors in Growth and Development; Receptors in Biotic Interactions;.

* 7th International Zebrafish Development and Genetics
Madison, Wisconsin, United States
14 Jun 2006 - 18 Jun 2006
Following in the tradition of past conferences, the schedule will feature a variety of oral sessions, posters, workshops, and vendors, as well as opportunities to socialize on the shores of Lake Mendota. Please join us for an exciting program.

*13th International Conference on Negative Strand Viruses 2006
Salamanca, Spain
17 Jun 2006 - 22 Jun 2006
Negative Strand Viruses 2006.

*'Assigning gene function - novel technologies and high throughput'
London, United Kingdom
16 Jun 2006 - 16 Jun 2006
'Assigning gene function - novel technologies and high throughput'.

*Plant Vascular Development 2006
Vancouver, Canada
9 Jun 2006 - 11 Jun 2006
PVD06 is an international conference focusing on the use of genetics/genomics to explore patterning and differentiation of the plant vascular system. Major topics will include procambial patterning, differentiation of terminal vascular cell types etc..

*4th International DNA Sampling Conference: “Genomics and Public Health”
Montreal, Canada
4 Jun 2006 - 7 Jun 2006
4th International DNA Sampling Conference: “Genomics and Public Health” We hope to address key questions about DNA sampling, specifically issues relating to genomics and public health, including newborn screening programs and more..

*11th Annual Human Genome Meeting
Helsinki, Finland
31 May 2006 - 3 Jun 2006
Join HUGO in Helsinki for the 11th Annual Human Genome Meeting with a full programme of Plenary, Symposium, and Workshop sessions covering the latest knowledge and advances in the rapidly expanding fields of Human Genetics and Genome Studies..

*3rd EPSO CONFERENCE '06 “Plant Dynamics: from Molecules to Ecosystems”
Visegrád, Hungary
28 May 2006 - 1 Jun 2006
Sessions include - Plant Science in Europe - Science Policy; The dynamic genome;The dynamic plant - growth and development.

*3rd National Conference on Ovarian Cancer Research
Vancouver, Canada
13 May 2006 - 16 May 2006
This meeting is designed to showcase advances in basic and clinical research on ovarian cancer, with a particular emphasis on attracting young investigators-in-training to present their work..

*“Biosafety II:Practical Course in Evaluation of Field Releases of Genetically Modified Plants ”
Florence, Italy
15 May 2006 - 19 May 2006
The Course will include a general introduction to biosafety regulations worldwide..

*3rd Lipidomics Meeting "From Lipid Analysis to Genetic Disorders"
Marseille, France
10 May 2006 - 12 May 2006
Sessions include: Analysis tools for lipidomics and lipid-protein interactions; Lipolytic enzymes; Lipids in bioactive vesicles.

*EUROPEAN HUMAN GENETICS Conference 2006
Amsterdam, Netherlands
6 May 2006 - 9 May 2006
EUROPEAN HUMAN GENETICS Conference. Topics include Endophenotypes, Syndrome Identification, Community Genetics, Human Genome variability, Genodermatoses, Twin research.

*4th International RNAi-2006-Boston Meeting
Waltham, MA, United States
1 May 2006 - 3 May 2006
RNA interference: Biochemical Genetics to Drugs & Therapeutics.

*GENE-PLANT-CROP RELATIONSHIPS; Scale and Complexity in Plant Systems Research
WAGENINGEN, Netherlands
23 Apr 2006 - 26 Apr 2006
A 3-day conference in which participants are familiarized with different concepts on scal and complexity in plant systems research in the field of gene-plant-crop relations. The international workshop aims at presenting and discussing new directions..

*Association of Professors of Human & Medical Genetics 12th Annual Worskshop
Marco Island, Florida, United States
26 Apr 2006 - 29 Apr 2006
Association of Professors of Human and Medical Genetics 12th Annual Worskshop.

*Analysing the phenotype and function of regulatory T cells
London, United Kingdom
4 Apr 2006 - 4 Apr 2006
Analysing the phenotype and function of regulatory T cells.

*PHENOTYPE CHARACTERIZATION OF GENETICALLY MODIFIED MOUSE MODELS
Turku, Finland
24 Mar 2006 - 25 Mar 2006
This symposium is the 1st in a series of events focusing on methods used in the phenotypic characterization of genetically modified mice. The aim of the symposium series is to provide practical information on current in vitro and in vivo research methods.

*Clinical Genetics Society Spring Conference
Glasgow, United Kingdom
23 Mar 2006 - 24 Mar 2006
Clinical Genetics Society Spring Conference.

*2006 ACMG Annual Clinical Genetics Meeting
San Diego, CA, United States
23 Mar 2006 - 26 Mar 2006
2006 American College of Medical Genetics annual clinical genetics meeting will once again offer a first class scientific program to those in attendance. The meeting continues to grow in attendance, exhibits, and the number of contributed papers..

* European Fission Yeast Meeting
Hinxton, United Kingdom
16 Mar 2006 - 18 Mar 2006
European Fission Yeast Meeting This meeting will focus on current research using the fission yeast S. pombe as a model organism. The meeting will cover wide aspects of S. pombe biology, bringing together researchers.

*Workshop "Introduction to Biosafety & Risk Assessment for the Environmental Release of Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs)
Ca' Tron (Treviso), Italy
6 Mar 2006 - 10 Mar 2006
Topics of concern for the environmental release of GMO's; Assessment of impacts of GMO's.

*THE BIOLOGY OF GENOMES
Cold Spring Harbor, NY, United States
10 Feb 2006 - 14 Feb 2006
The 2006 meeting will address DNA sequence variation and its role in molecular evolution, population genetics and complex diseases, comparative genomics, large-scale studies of gene and protein expression, and genomic approaches to ecological systems..

*Haploids in Higher Plants III ­ Organized by Vienna University, Department
Vienna, Austria
12 Feb 2006 - 15 Feb 2006
Haploids in Higher Plants III ­ Organized by Vienna University, Department of Genetic. Top quality presentations will consider the entire range of the disciplines, including basic and applied subject matters.

*Haploids in Higher Plants III
Vienna, Austria
12 Feb 2006 - 15 Feb 2006
Haploids in Higher Plants III.

* Genes & Behaviour
Ventura, CA, United States
12 Feb 2006 - 15 Feb 2006
The Second Conference on Genes & Behavior will focus on topics on the interface of animal behavior with an emphasis on the integration of molecular genetics, biotechnology, and the behavioral sciences..

* Theoretical Course ''Molecular Recognition: The Case of Bacillus thurigiensis Insecticidal Toxins''
Morelos, Mexico
1 Feb 2006 - 4 Feb 2006
Theoretical Course ''Molecular Recognition: The Case of Bacillus thurigiensis Insecticidal Toxins''.

*British Society of Human Genetics: Choices and boundaries
London, United Kingdom
12 Dec 2005 - 12 Dec 2005
The Human Fertilisation & Embryology Authority is holding a public discussion on the use of preimplantation genetic diagnosis (PGD) for lower penetrance conditions. We will be discussing the use of PGD for inherited susceptibility tocertain conditions..

*Gene and cell therapy organised by Institute Pasteur / INSERM
Paris, France
1 Dec 2005 - 2 Dec 2005
Gene and cell therapy organised by Institute Pasteur / INSERM.

*Mammalian Genetics & Development
London, United Kingdom
21 Nov 2005 - 22 Nov 2005
The 15th mammalian genetics and development workshop will take place at the Institute of Child Health, 30 Guilford Street, London WC1N 1EH Monday 21st and Tuesday 22nd November 2005..

*Society of Craniofacial Genetics Annual Meeting
Salt Lake City, Utah, United States
25 Oct 2005 - 25 Oct 2005
Society of Craniofacial Genetics Annual Meeting in conjunction with the American Society of Human Genetics.

* POPULATION GENOMICS CONFERENCE
Hinxton, United Kingdom
20 Sep 2005 - 22 Sep 2005
POPULATION GENOMICS CONFERENCE. From Biobanks to Biomarkers: Translating the potential of human population genetics research to improve the quality of health of the EU citizen..

*First World Conference on: The Future of Science
Venice, Italy
21 Sep 2005 - 23 Sep 2005
The idea of this conference arises from the awareness that the problems/ questions generated by the enormous scientific and technological progress that will characterize the near future have not been adequately represented in the cultural debate....

*Prion Biology
Hinxton, United Kingdom
7 Sep 2005 - 11 Sep 2005
This meeting will bring together leading researchers from across the globe who share a common goal: to understand how prions are propagated and how they impact on the host, be it disease in animals or acquisition of a new inherited traits in fungi..

*Plant Biology 2005
Seattle, Washington, United States
16 Jul 2005 - 20 Jul 2005
The annual meeting of The American Society of Plant Biology features 5 major symposia, 20 minisymposia, posters, exhibits, workshops, networking and social events. Our 2005 meeting site is located in the heart of downtown Seattle..

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