Mamm Genome (2010) 21:217–223 DOI 10.1007/s00335-010-9265-7 MEE T ING R EPO R T The 23rd International Mammalian Genome Conference meeting report • • Amy F. Eisener-Dorman John P. Didion Cristina Santos John D. Calaway Received: 27 March 2010 / Accepted: 6 May 2010 / Published online: 23 May 2010 The Author(s) 2010. This article is published with open access at Springerlink.com Introduction The student satellite symposium kicked off the meeting with a selection of 15 talks covering a wide range of topics, La Jolla, California, hosted the 235 attendees of the 23rd followed by the primary sessions. Topics for the primary International Mammalian Genome Conference. The 47 sessions included Large-scale Resources; Infectious Dis- presentations, including the Verne Chapman Memorial ease, Host Resistance, and Epigenetics; Neuroscience, Lecture, 18 plenary speakers, and 3 student speakers Behavior, and Sensory Perception; Metabolism and Phys- selected from the satellite symposium, covered a wide iology; Development; Neoplasia; Scientiﬁc Approaches to range of topics divided into eight sessions. In addition, 120 Animal Husbandry; and Population Genetics, Comparative posters were presented during three sessions. Genomics, and Evolution. The Verne Chapman lecture was High-throughput phenotyping was featured prominently presented by Christopher Goodnow from The Australian this year, with
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