Mamm Genome (2016) 27:169–178 DOI 10.1007/s00335-016-9640-0 29th International Mammalian Genome Conference meeting report 1 2,3 4 • • Natalia M. Gonzales Viive M. Howell Clare M. Smith Received: 17 March 2016 / Accepted: 19 April 2016 / Published online: 2 May 2016 Springer Science+Business Media New York 2016 Introduction welcomed to Yokohama at the evening reception, where old friends and new were met over a smorgasbord of local During November 8–15, 2015, the 29th Annual Interna- cuisine. The main meeting was divided into sessions tional Mammalian Genome Conference (IMGC) attracted showcasing the wide-ranging research interests of IMGS researchers from all over the world to Yokohama, Japan to members. These included human disease models and discuss the latest advances, tools, and techniques in immunology, neuroscience, development and stem cells, mammalian genetics. Organized by Piero Carninci genomics and computational analysis, epigenomics and (RIKEN) and the International Mammalian Genome noncoding RNAs, advances in genome editing, and large- Society (IMGS; www.imgs.org), the meeting brought scale resources. The Verne Chapman lecture was given by together 336 scientists from 28 countries, not to mention Professor John Mattick, Director of the Garvan Institute of hundreds of online participants that followed the live Medical Research in Sydney,
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