The goal of this one-day symposium is to highlight research that advances the structural and functional characterization of the repetitive genome with talks and a poster session on topics such as centromeres, rDNA arrays, and telomeres, as well as, copy number variation, transposable elements, and major/minor satellites. We aim to showcase conceptual and technological improvements in the repetitive DNA field, and to bring together a diverse group of local researchers, with an emphasis on speaking and networking opportunities for early career scientists.
Organized by: Dr. Sarah Deng, Stephanie Lauer, Andrés Mansisidor, and Danni Wang from the Sfeir, Gresham, and Hochwagen Labs
GSA and the planning committee invite you to attend. Attendance is free and open to all. Register at: