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[Maize] 5th Practical Summer Workshop in Functional Genomics at The Ohio State University

Gardner, Joanna D. via maize%40net.bio.net (by gardner.306 from osu.edu)
Tue Feb 16 11:44:59 EST 2016


Dear Colleagues,

I am announcing the 5th Practical Summer Workshop in Functional Genomics (PSWFG, June 6 to 17, 2016) at The Ohio State University. As in the past, it will be an honor to have your advanced undergraduate students, masters students and new Ph.D. students apply. We are building a world-class set of speakers (working confirmed list below), and the research will cover several state-of-the-art techniques to address fundamental questions in plant biology. You can find more information at https://caps.osu.edu/2016-FGW  . The site is being constantly updated to include schedules, events and other information. It also has links to previous events that would give you a better idea of what we have done in the past. The site contains a link for applications, from which we anticipate accepting 20 to 30 highly qualified participants.

I would very much appreciate if you could start spreading the word and directing interested individuals to apply. Please feel free to contact me at slotkin.2 from osu.edu<mailto:slotkin.2 from osu.edu> if you have any questions.

Sincerely,

Keith Slotkin
Coordinator, 2016 PSWFG
Associate Professor
Department of Molecular Genetics
The Ohio State University

slotkin.2 from osu.edu
http://molgen.osu.edu/people/slotkin.2

Scientific Modules:
1. Plant Genome Engineering with CRISPR/Cas (Dr. Anna Dobritsa)
2. Assaying and Analyzing Plant Small RNAs (Dr. Keith Slotkin)
3. Analyzing Plant Intracellular Compounds with Metabolomics (Dr. Ana Alonso)

Confirmed Speakers:
Dr. Scott Poethig, University of Pennsylvania
Dr. Michael Axtell, Penn State University
Dr. Reuben Peters, Iowa State University
Dr. Daniel Jones, Michigan State University
Dr. Christoph Benning, Michigan State University
Dr. Dean DellaPenna, Michigan State University
Dr. Mark Johnson, Brown University
Dr. Yinong Yang, Penn State University



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