Research Workshops

Outreach to Research Scientists

The Center's annual workshops were designed to maximize information and resource exchange between different disciplines and communities related to systems genetics. The number of participants was deliberately kept small to facilitate interaction. Previous meetings have included:

Mouse Evolutionary Genetics Meeting

June 18-19, 2009

House Mouse“The house mouse: a model for evolutionary genetics and the study of complex traits”. The central theme of this meeting was the development of the house mouse as a model for evolutionary genetics, including the study of complex traits, phenotypic evolution, and genetic variation.
[ 2009 Meeting information ]

Systems Genetics Meeting

April 19-20, 2010

Systems GeneticsThe meeting framed a series of 8 to 10 questions that aimed to clarify the definition and major challenges that are faced by the field of systems genetics. In order to achieve a broad vision, invitations were extended to scientists with a variety of areas of expertise.
[ 2010 Meeting information ]

Systems Genetics Resources Meeting

May 12-13, 2011

Systems Genetics ResourcesThe format of this meeting was a series of moderated discussions that aimed to address challenges and opportunities for model organism based approaches to systems genetics research.
[ 2011 Meeting information ]