23rd Stadler Genetics Symposium, March 31 - April 2

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              College of Agriculture, Food & Natural Resources
                            University Extension
                      University of Missouri-Columbia
                       23nd Stadler Genetic Symposium
                           "Genome Exploitation:
                                Data Mining"
                          March 31 - April 2, 2003
                      University of Missouri- Columbia
                      23nd Stadler Genetics Symposium
                               Organized by:
                   JP Gustafson, R Shoemaker, and JW Snape
                               David Marshall
    "Building and exploiting bioinformatics resources for real genomes"
                      Scottish Crop Research Institute
                                  Jo Dicks
     "Using bioinformatics to compare plant genomes, within and between
                       Computational Biology Research
                               UNITED KINGDOM
                         Bal Antonio/Takuji Sasaki
       "The rice genome sequence as a standard for analysis of cereal
                               RGP NIAR/STAFF
                                Bruno Sobral
                 "Systems Integration for Systems Biology"
                        Virginia Bioinformatics Inst
                                Ernie Retzel
                   "Data Integration for Plant Genomics"
                          University of Minnesota
                                Bill Beavis
         "Loose Coupling Architectures for Integration of Data and
                    National Center for Genome Resources
                                 John Keele
   "Software agents to gather and analyze data in support of comparative
                               Volker Brendel
        "Novel tools for plant genome annotation and applications to
                           Arabidopsis and rice"
                           Iowa State University
                              Randy Shoemaker
          "Resolving Genome Evolution Events Through EST Analyses"
                         Kathryn (Kate) VandenBosch
     "Bioinformatic solutions to biological questions about legume gene
                          University of Minnesota
                              Julie Dickerson
                   "Fuzzy Modeling of Metabolic Networks"
                           Iowa State University
                             Jennifer Davidson
                            "No title available"
                           Iowa State University
                                Dan Ashlock
          "Using machine learning to solve bioinformatic problems"
                           Iowa State University
                                David Neale
           "Genetic dissection of complex traits in forest trees"
                        Institute of Forest Genetics
                                 Davis, CA
                               Rebecca Doerge
         "Old Methods for New Ideas: Expression Level Polymorphism"
                             Purdue University
                                Scott Tingey
                            "No title available"
                               Dupont Company
                               Ritsert Jansen
     "Complex trait genetics: benefit from a systems biology approach"
            Institute of Mathematics and Computing Science (IWI)
                              THE NETHERLANDS
                               Rishi Bhalerao
   "Functional genomics approach to elucidate the regulation of vascular
                           development in poplar"
              The Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences
                              Etsuko Moriyama
    "Protein family classification with discriminant function analysis"
                           University of Nebraska
                               Andrew Benson
    "Experimental and Computational Approaches to Infer Genome Phylogeny
                         in Microbial Populations"
                           University of Nebraska
                                Daniel Pomp
     "Merging predisposition and physiology towards polygene discovery"
                           University of Nebraska
                                Steve Oliver
            "Capture and Integration of Functional Genomic Data"
                          University of Manchester
                               UNITED KINGDOM
                              Gerard R. Lazo:
       "Charting Contig-Component Relationships within the Triticeae"
                                Daryl Somers
        "Alignment of wheat and rice structural genomics resources"
                             Agriculture Canada
                            General Information
   The Conference will begin Monday, March 31, 2003 with registration at
   8:00 am. Conference days will begin at 8:00 a.m. each morning and end
   at 5:00 p.m. each night. The banquet on Tuesday, April 1, will begin
   at 7:00 pm. A detailed program will be distributed at registration.
   All program sessions of the Symposium will be held at the Memorial
   Union on the Campus of the University of Missouri-Columbia. Columbia
   is located near the center of the state. Columbia is approximately 115
   miles/185 Kilometers(approx 2 hours) from the St. Louis Airport and
   approximately 140 miles/225 Kilometers (approx 2 1/2 hours) from the
   Kansas City Airport.
   Hotel Accommodations
   A block of rooms is being held for participants at the following
   hotels. Reservations should be made before March 10 to receive the
   discounted rate. Attendees should make their own arrangements with one
   of the following establishments, specifying that they are part of the
   Stadler Genetic Symposium group:
   -   Quality Inn - 574/449-2731
       1112 Stadium Drive
       $47.00 - single/double
   -   Holiday Inn Express - 573/449-4422
       801 Keene
       $72.00 - single/double
   Interested in a roommate to share lodging expenses?
   Please contact Yisbel DeLeon-Sudler. She will provide you with a list
   of other participants who have requested similar information.
   Telephone: 573/882-8320 E-Mail: sudlery at ext.missouri.edu
   A shuttle bus will be provided to and from the hotels.
   Registration Fees
   -   Participants with proceedings - $170
   -   Participants without proceedings - $120
   -   Student (includes proceedings) - $ 130.00
   -   On Site Registration Penalty - Additional $ 25.00 fee
   The proceedings will be published by Kluwer Academic Publishers and is
   offered in the registration fee for $50. Retail cost may average $100.
   Banquet Fee
   The charge for the banquet on Tuesday, April 1, 2003 is in addition to
   your registration fee. The charge per ticket is $30.00. The banquet will
   be one of the highlights of the Symposium. The meal will offer an array of
   food choices; including vegetarian options.
   Parking Fee
   For those who will be parking a car on campus, parking passes are
   available for purchase on your registration form for a cost of $6.00.
   The hang tag for parking will be sent to you with your confirmation
   materials. Anyone registering after March 14, 2003 will need to pick
   up the tag at the conference.
   Poster Exhibits
   Poster Abstracts will be distributed at the conference. Abstracts must
   be one page in length and received at the MU Conference Office by
   February 28, 2003. Maximum poster size is 4 ft. X 4 ft. A board with
   stand will be provided; all other materials are to be furnished by the
   presenter. Location for posters will be provided at the time of
   on-site registration.
   For Additional Program Information Contact:
   Perry Gustafson
       206 Curtis Hall
       University of Missouri- Columbia
       Columbia, Missouri 65211
       Telephone: 573/882-7318
       Fax: 573/875-5359
       E-mail: PGUS at MISSOURI.EDU
   For Information Regarding Registration, Lodging or Transportation
   Jamie Schieber
       344 Hearnes Center
       University of Missouri- Columbia
       Columbia, Missouri 65211
       Telephone: 53/882-9552
       Fax: 573/882-1953
       E-mail: SchieberJA at missouri.edu
   Travel Information
   Transportation to Columbia:
   Flights between Columbia and St. Louis are accommodated by American
       Airlines. Car rental agencies are available at both Kansas City
       International and St. Louis Lambert Airport. Commuter flights are
       not available between Kansas City and Columbia. Columbia is
       located near the center of the state. Columbia is approximately
       115 miles/185 kilometers(approx 2 hours) from the St. Louis
       Airport and approximately 140 miles/225.3 kilometers (approx 2 1/2
       hours) from the Kansas City Airport.
   Greyhound Service:
   Greyhound Buses run from Downtown St Louis and downtown Kansas City to
       Columbia. Buses depart St. Louis , from the Greyhound station
       downtown at 7:15 a.m., 1:40 p.m. and 6:00 p.m. Buses depart Kansas
       City, buses depart from the Greyhound station downtown at 12:20
       a.m., 7:15 a.m. , 1:50 p.m. and 5:55 p.m. You would need to find
       transportation from the airport to the downtown bus stations.
   Tiger Air Express and MoX::
   Tiger Air Express and MoX are passenger van services serving Columbia
       to and from St. Louis-Lambert Airport and Kansas City
       International Airport. For scheduling and more information contact
       Tiger Air Express at 1-800-333-3026 or online at
       gotigerairexpress.com or MoX at 877/256-1991 or online at
       reservations at moexpress.com.
                             Registration Form
                      23nd Stadler Genetics Symposium
   Please print or type, one name per form
   Name (First/Last)_____________________________________________________
   Mailing Address_______________________________________________________
   Country_____________________ E-mail Address___________________________
   Telephone (_____)____________________ Fax (_____)_____________________
   Registration Fee:
   Participants with Proceedings $170 $_____
   Participants without Proceedings $120 $_____
   Student Fee (includes proceedings) $130 $_____
   On Site Registration Fee Penalty $ 25 $_____
   Banquet Tickets: # of tickets @ $ 30 $_____
   Campus Parking Pass $ 6 $_____
   Total Amount Enclosed $_____
   All registration fees are to be paid in United States Dollars. Checks
   must be drawn on a U.S. bank, and bank encoded.
   For Credit Card Registrations:
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   Register by Phone or Fax with your credit card to:
       (573)882-2429       Fax: [573]882=1953
   Make checks payable to: University of Missouri
   Mail check and registration form to:
   Stadler Genetics Symposium
   348 Hearnes Center
   University of Missouri-Columbia
   Columbia, Missouri 65211
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