Meeting report: 32nd international mammalian genome conference.
Mamm Genome 2019 Apr; 30(3-4):43-53
Over 150 scientists from more than 50 research institutions and eight countries attended the 32nd annual meeting of the International Mammalian Genome Society (IMGS) held in Rio Mar, Puerto Rico. Attendees included predoctoral and postdoctoral trainees, junior investigators, clinicians, industry professionals, and established leaders in mammalian genetics and genomics. From November 11-14, major scientific advances in the fields of systems genetics, developmental biology, cancer, human disease modeling, and bioinformatics were showcased in a series of 66 poster and 54 platform presentations. Here we provide an overview of the meeting's proceedings and summarize the exciting, novel research findings communicated by conference participants that, collectively, are advancing the frontiers of mammalian genetics and genomics.
Moskowitz, Jacob; Tracey, Lauren; Widmayer, Samuel; and Dumont, Beth L, "Meeting report: 32nd international mammalian genome conference." (2019). Faculty Research 2019. 108.