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Symposium on cDNA Microarrays in Evolutionary Biology

Laurent Excoffier laurent.excoffier at zoo.unibe.ch
Fri Sep 21 05:14:45 EST 2001

We shall organize a one-day symposium on the

Application of cDNA Microarrays in Evolutionary Biology

to be held on Saturday 10th November 2001 at the Zoological Institute
of the University of Bern.

The symposium is organized jointly by the French CNRS GDR 1928 and the
Computational and Molecular Population Genetics (CMPG) lab of the
Zoological Institute of the University of Bern.


9:15 Laurent Excoffier (University of Bern) =09
Symposium opening=20

9:30 Stephen Weber-Hall (Affymetrix UK, Ltd) =09
New developments in GeneChip* technology=20

10:15 Phillipp Khaitovich (MPI for Evolutionary Anthropology, Leipzig)
Evolution of the human brain from the mRNA perspective=20

11:00 Coffee break=20

11:30 Philippe Reymond (University of Lausanne)=20
Microarray study of plant defense=20

12:15 Michel Blot (CNRS Grenoble) Long term evolution of E. coli - The
challenge of a whole genome analysis

13:00 Lunch break=20

14:30 Laurent Keller, Joel Parker, Stephanie Schoch (University of
Differential gene expression in ant castes. A model system for
behavioral genetics, developmental biology and ageing

15:15 Diethard Tautz (University of K=F6ln)=20
Use of microarrays to find differentially expressed genes between
mouse subspecies

16:00 Coffe break=20

16:30 Carlo Largiader (University of Bern)=20
The brown trout: a model organism for the study of genetic basis of
phenotypic changes

17:15 Marie-Laure Yaspo (MPI for Molecular Genetics, Berlin)
Evolution of the vertebrate genome=20

18:00 Michel Veuille (Head of CNRS GDR 1928, Paris 6 University)
Final remarks and global discussion

Interested people are invited to register on our web site
(http://www.cmpg.unibe.ch/events/microarray). However, in order to
promote possible exchanges and discussions, we shall limit the number
of attendants to about 30 non-GDR members.

Please note that a fee of 50 CHF (approximately 30 US$) will be
charged per attendant, which includes the lunch meal taken in the
vicinity of the Symposium.

Organizers: Carlo Largiader, Michel Veuille, Laurent Excoffier


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