Mamm Genome (2014) 25:195–201 DOI 10.1007/s00335-014-9513-3 27th International Mammalian Genome Conference meeting report • • Benjamin Gamache Sarah R. Leist • • Andrew Daniel Bard Darren W. Logan Sarah M. Carpanini Received: 20 March 2014 / Accepted: 25 March 2014 / Published online: 22 April 2014 Springer Science+Business Media New York 2014 Introduction onset disease modelling, human disease models, compar- ative genomics, population genetics and evolution, advan- The 27th Annual International Mammalian Genome Con- ces in genome manipulation, stem cells and development, ference (IMGC) was held at the historic Colegio Fonseca in and large-scale resources. The Verne Chapman lecture was the beautiful city of Salamanca, Spain, between 15 and 18 given by Nancy Jenkins from the Methodist Hospital September 2013. Organised by Elena de la Casa Esperon, Research Institute, Houston, Texas. Following a fantastic Lluis Montoliu, Fernando Pardo-Manuel de Villena and four days of science, the conference came to a close with Jesus Perez-Losada, the meeting attracted 148 scientists dinner at the historic Castillo del Buen Amor. Abstracts from 14 countries around the world. The conference from the meeting are available online at www.imgs.org. commenced with a bioinformatics workshop and student satellite symposium followed by a welcome reception with
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