The 13th International Symposium on Milk Genomics and Human Health symposium will take place in Davis, California USA.
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The three day event will bring together international experts in nutrition, genomics, bioinformatics and milk research to discuss and share the latest research. The annual symposium is our flagship event that features scientific research related to milk and human health done throughout the world. The symposium draws from the diversity of its memberships to cover the breath of genomics themes that reflect the interest of the Consortium. The goal of the Consortium is to bring together the research and dairy communities to share, translate, and interpret data that are happening within the fields of the “-omics” science.
Early Bird Registration (if registered by August 26,2016) $550 USD
Regular Registration (if registered after August 26, 2016) $650 USD
Student Rate (includes poster reception and group dinner) $350 USD
Special Student Rate (Lectures only- no poster reception or group dinner) $200 USD
The symposium will be held at the UC Davis Conference Center on the University of California, Davis campus.
Sacramento International Airport (SMF) is the closest airport to UC Davis, located about 30 minutes away from campus. Click here for additional information on airports and transportation to and from the airport.
A block of rooms is being held at Hyatt Place next door to the conference center located at:
173 Old Davis Road Extension
Davis, California, USA, 95616
Tel: +1 530 756 9500
Rooms are $159 USD/night. To received this rate make your reservation by September 2, 2016. You can make your reservation using this link: IMGC Conference Booking Link or call the hotel directly if staying beyond the conference nights.
Things to do in the Area
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Call for Papers
Abstracts can be submitted for the following categories:
Oral Presentation- Deadline has passed
Student Travel Award Entry- Deadline has passed
Technical Research Poster- Deadline has passed
• All submissions require a brief description of no more than 600 words.
• All presentations must be in English.
• Save your abstract with the submitting author’s last name before uploading file.
• Have title, authors, and affiliations listed on abstract.
• Clearly indicate what results are of research described/presented, or if a new resource or technology is being discussed indicate that in abstract.