Mapping the link between phenotype and genotype is at the heart of genetics, breeding and natural evolution.
High throughput analyses of omic data provide the basis for understanding the complex genetic architecture underlying many different phenotypes, including disease, pathogen or parasite interactions, economic traits as well as well traits that are important for natural evolution or nature conservation. This exciting conference brings together the newest insights and developments and serves as a networking place for early career students up to group leaders!
During the Zoology Symposium 2017, experts from the Netherlands and abroad will present their vision on “Genotype-phenotype map: from model systems to ecosystems”, on Thursday 23 and Friday 24 November 2017 in Wageningen, The Netherlands.
Keynote speaker is Prof. Greg Gibson.
Save on the registration fee by becoming a member of the Royal Dutch Zoological or Royal Belgian Zoological Society. And there is more! ... Membership offers great opportunities for travel grants and zoological conferences!
Abstracts: Deadline October 23rd
Abstract submission is open now.
Abstract submission & guidelines
More information about Abstract submission & guidelines.
Hof van Wageningen, Hotel and Conference Centre
Lawickse Allee 9
6701 AN Wageningen
Phone: +31 317 490 133
Click here for the route description.
Hotel accommodation can also be arranged at the Hof van Wageningen Conference Centre. Click here for more information and online reservations.
Rooms are reserved until Oktober 11th. You can send an e-mail for room reservation to firstname.lastname@example.org quoting full name and adress, date of arrival and leaving and quoting ”zoology congres”.
After Oktober 11th room accommodation can also be arranged at the website from Hof van Wageningen Conference Centre. Click here for more information and online reservations.