Share your work with colleagues from the C. elegans, Drosophila, mammalian, Xenopus, yeast, zebrafish, and population, evolutionary, and quantitative genetics research communities—along with those researching humans, plants, and agricultural species. All genetic researchers are encouraged to present at TAGC 2020, regardless of community affiliation.
Thematic Sessions bring together the latest advances from all research communities, focused on key topics of interest. Thematic Sessions do not overlap the Community Sessions in the schedule.
TAGC features networking opportunities and deep explorations from seven participating communities. Community Sessions are also divided by theme, so you can tailor your schedule according to your interests.
The conference is designed to help you find colleagues with complementary interests, meet potential employers, and make career-long connections you value. Don’t miss out on being part of the conversation!
Are you a student or postdoc interested in a career in industry? Or an academic interested in collaborating with industry partners? Are you an industry scientist looking for academic partners to collaborate on a new process or product? Learn about TAGC’s Industry Sessions and Recruitment Event.
What’s next for your career? What gaps in your skills and network do you need to fill? Learn more about how you benefit from TAGC’s exciting professional development programs.
Bring your message to policymakers! Join GSA on Capitol Hill to advocate for science and scientists.
HHMI/Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
Impossible Foods/Stanford University
USDA-ARS, Cornell University
John Innes Centre
New York University
National Institute of General Medical Sciences
University of British Columbia
HHMI/St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital
University of Texas at Austin
UC San Francisco
HHMI/Massachusetts Institute of Technology
The TAGC 2020 organizing committee includes the Allied Program Committee and seven Community Program Committees. This year’s Allied Program Committee co-chairs are:
Mark Johnston, University of Colorado School of Medicine
Molly Przeworski, Columbia University
Here's what attendees had to say about TAGC in 2016. Don't miss the chance to be inspired and make new connections in 2020!
— Deepika Vasudevan (@dvasudevan) July 16, 2016
— Robby Van Sciver (@vansciver) July 14, 2016
— Monica Munoz-Torres (@monimunozto) August 5, 2016
— Lenny Teytelman (@lteytelman) July 14, 2016
— Thomas Merritt (@tjsmerritt) July 16, 2016