Bay Area Population Genomics meeting at UCSF (Mission Bay)

Since the last post on genomic tools was a bit parochial, I figure it’s acceptable to put up this notice for the Bay Area Population Genomics meeting on June 8th. Registration closes on June 3rd (that is, Monday). Here’s the announcement:

Hello Everyone,

We are excited to be hosting the 8th meeting of the Bay Area Population Genomics group at UCSF Mission Bay on June 8th! Thanks to support from and the Institute for Quantitative Biosciences (QB3 @ UCSF), this conference will include breakfast and lunch. In addition, we will also have a reception during the poster session, so we highly encourage you to preview your work at BAPG before heading out to summer conferences.

Please register at, and sign up to give a talk or poster. Registration is again free, but required by June 3rd.

There is paid parking in the lot/garage at the corner of 4th and 16th streets, and we have a limited number of parking passes for people that sign up to present and/or make a strong effort to carpool (please email me for details).

We are very much looking forward to seeing you at UCSF in a few weeks!



Source: Discover Magazine – Gene Expression