Connect with the PEQG research community at TAGC Online! The meeting’s unique format offers multiple opportunities for you to share your work, learn about the latest research and tools, and build community. Hear the latest at the PEQG Community Sessions and Poster Sessions.
What’s the hashtag?
The conference hashtag is #TAGC20. Use the #PEQG20 community-specific hashtag alongside #TAGC20 to allow everyone to follow along!
Hopi Hoekstra, Harvard University (Co-Chair)
Dmitri Petrov, Stanford University (Co-Chair)
Patrick Phillips, University of Oregon (Co-Chair)
Ed Buckler, USDA-ARS/Cornell University
Catherine Linnen, University of Kentucky
Harmit Malik, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Institute
Sally Otto, University of British Columbia
Bret Payseur, University of Wisconsin, Madison
Sohini Ramachandran, Brown University
Jeffrey Ross-Ibarra, University of California, Davis
Paul Turner, Yale University
Kelley Harris, University of Washington
Molly Schumer, Stanford University
Felicity Jones, Friedrich Miescher Laboratory of the Max Planck Society
Emily B. Josephs, Michigan State University
Daniel Matute, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
C. Brandon Ogbunu, Brown University
Don’t miss the PEQG Conference!
Are you looking to attend the Population, Evolutionary, and Quantitative Genetics Conference? TAGC Online incorporates this meeting for 2020, so if you miss TAGC you will not have a chance to attend PEQG until 2022.
Abstracts have been reviewed and scheduled in one of three types of sessions:
If you submitted an abstract, see the Author Assignments page to view your assignment.
Abstracts submitted in the following categories have been reviewed by the PEQG Program Committee, not by the organism-specific community committees.
Evolutionary and Population Genetics
Adaptation and natural selection
Phylogenetics and biogeography
Response to climate change
Gene-gene interaction (epistasis)
Complex trait genetics
Statistical genetics methods
Poster, Community, and Thematic Sessions will all feature research from the fields of population, evolutionary, and quantitative genetics. There will be plenty to discover and share!
GSA presents the James F. Crow Early Career Researcher Award to students and recent PhDs conducting population, evolutionary, or quantitative genetics research. Finalists for the Crow Award will present their research virtually in a high-profile PEQG session. The application deadline was December 13, 2019. Learn more about the James F. Crow Award.
Katherine Xue, University of Washington
Jeremy Berg, Columbia University
Alison F. Feder, Stanford University
Amy Goldberg, University of California, Berkeley
Emily B. Josephs, University of California, Davis
Emily C. Moore, North Carolina State University
Sarah Sander, Cornell University
Matthew S. Ackerman, Indiana University, Bloomington
Emily Behrman, University of Pennsylvania
Heath Blackmon, University of Minnesota
Gili Greenbaum, Ben-Gurion University
Sandeep Venkataram, Stanford University
Ensure the sustainability of this community award by contributing to the Crow Award Fund. GSA is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. Contributions may be tax deductible.