Genomic Forecasting Symposium

This free online symposium explores ways to leverage the abundance of genomic and environmental data for predictions of ecological and evolutionary responses to change and the consequences of an evolutionary perspective on ecological forecasting. Please register.

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The symposium brings together researchers at various stages of using genomics to better understand the responses of plants and animals to environmental change with the aim of sharing tools and approaches across systems and ultimately improving genomic forecasting of wildlife. 

Keynote speaker

Marty Kardos, Research Scientist, NW Atlantic Fisheries Centre, NOAA

Plenary speakers

Kara Layton, Lecturer, University of Aberdeen
Moi Exposito-Alonso, Assistant Professor, Stanford University
Andy Foote, Associate Professor, NTNU
Brandon Ogbunu, Assistant Professor, Yale University
Arne Jacobs, Postdoctoral Research Associate, Cornell University
Noah Rose, Postdoctoral Research Associate, Princeton University
Rebekah Oomen, Postdoctoral Research Fellow, University of Oslo/University of Agder

Organizing team

Rebekah Oomen, Ph.D., Lead organizer
Sissel Jentoft, Ph.D., Co-organizer
David Shiffman, Ph.D., Scientific and environmental consultant

More information

No registration fees. For more information and to register, go to: genomicforecasting.weebly.com

Published June 23, 2020 3:06 PM - Last modified June 23, 2020 3:09 PM