POSTER AND ABSTRACT GUIDELINES
You must be registered to attend the symposium to submit an abstract.
The deadline to submit abstracts for oral presentation consideration is 11:59 p.m. on Friday, October 4, 2013. All other submissions are due by Wednesday, October 23.
All abstracts must be submitted electronically
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Abstracts will not be accepted via fax or US Postal mail.
All abstracts must include:
Principal presenter (Name, institution or affiliation, email, mailing address, & phone)
Co-presenters (Names, institutions or affiliations)
The language of the meeting is English. The abstract is to be 500 words or less.
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Revisions to Poster Abstract:
Corrections and revisions to abstracts cannot be completed online once submitted and must be sent via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than Wednesday, October 23, 2013 in order to be included in the meeting program.
Poster topics should be related to the field of Ecological Genomics.
All posters are limited to 48" wide.
All posters are required to have an abstract to be included in the meeting program.
Anne Bronikowski – Iowa State University
Comparative Genomics of Vertebrate Aging and Stress-Response Pathways
Asher Cutter – University of Toronto
Hyperdiversity and hypodiversity in genome evolution of Caenorhabditis nematodes
Ana L. Caicedo – University of Massachusetts Amherst
Convergence and the evolution of weediness: Examining the origins of weedy rice
Rob Knight – University of Colorado
The Earth Microbiome Project
Marcus Kronforst – University of Chicago
Population genomics and ecological speciation in Heliconius butterflies
Bradley J.S.C. Olson – Kansas State University
Peering into the pond for clues to multicellularity
Michael Pfrender – University of Notre Dame
Genetic and regulatory basis of adaptation in stressful environments
Jeffrey Ross-Ibarra – University of California Davis
Evolutionary genetics of highland adaptation in maize and teosinte
Annelie Wendeberg – Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research
Population-targeted metagenomics of anaerobic methane-oxidizing consortia
Andrew Whitehead – University of California Davis
The genomics of evolved resistance and resilience in killifish resident in dynamic and static environments