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QMUL New Horizons in Genomics: Non-model Organism Genomics

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Mile End Road

GE Fogg Building

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The Life Science Institute (LSI), in partnership with Epigenetics-Hub and Genome Centre, within Queen Mary University London (QMUL) is organising an exciting week-long event (from 1st of July to 5th of July) on New Horizons in Genomics. Come and join us for the opportunity to hear about cutting-edge genomic research on non-model organisms on 3rd July 2019.



Call for abstracts

If you want to participate with a poster presentation and/or contributed talk, please e-mail an abstract (~250 words) to Dr Miguel Branco (m.branco@qmul.ac.uk) and Dr Chema Martin (chema.martin@qmul.ac.uk). At the end of the session, we will give a prize to the best poster presentation.



Programme

13.00 Hannah Siddle (Univ. Southampton)

A tale of two tumours: The emergence of contagious cancers in the Tasmanian devil

13.25 Tobias Warnecke (MRC LMS)

Exploring the evolutionary origin of histone-based chromatin organization

13.50 Manuel Irimia (CRG, Barcelona)

Amphioxus omics and the origin of vertebrates

14.15 Selected talk from abstracts

14.40 Coffee break and Posters

15.45 Juan Pascual-Anaya (RIKEN, Japan)

Hagfish genome provides insights into cyclostome biology and early vertebrate evolution

16.10 Chema Martin (QMUL)

Conservative genome compaction in the miniaturised annelid Dinophilus gyrociliatus

16.35 Oleg Simakov (Univ. Vienna)

The impact of genome re-organization on the evolution of novel gene regulation in cephalopods

17.00 Drinks and Posters

18.30 Poster prizes

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