Welcome to the home page of the 43rd Population Genetics Group Meeting




The next meeting will be held at the

School of Biological Sciences

Arrival & welcome: evening Tuesday 5th January 2010
Meeting starts: 9am Wednesday 6th January 2010
Meeting ends: after lunch Friday 8th January 2010



Click here to see the: Conference programme


Arrival Information 

Arrival Conference packages will be distributed from the registration desk in the Guild of Students (building 501 on the campus map) on Tuesday evening 18.00 – 20.00 and then in the foyer of the Life Sciences Building  (no. 215) from Wednesday onwards. 

A buffet meal and bar will be available in Mountford Hall (within the Guild of Students building)


Location. All talks will be held in the Life Sciences Building (no. 215) on the campus map.

Sightseeing in Liverpool



Registration

The fixed registration fee of £140 (£130 for GenSoc members) includes all meals (arrival buffet, three buffet lunches, two evening meals and break refreshments), in addition to venue hire.

The final date for registering oral and poster presentations is 30th November 2009. A surcharge of £10 will be payable on all registrations after 30th November 2009.

THE FINAL DEADLINE FOR REGISTERING ATTENDANCE IS 15 DECEMBER 2009


Then please:


This meeting is kindly sponsored by The Genetics Society.
To learn how to join the society please click here. 






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Plenary speakers: 

Prof Tom Eickbush (University of Rochester)
'Explaining the paradox of concerted evolution 
and the maintenance of mobile elements in rRNA gene loci'

Prof Neil Hall
(University of Liverpool)
'Fast forward genetics using next generation genome sequencing'

Prof John Pannell (University of Oxford)
'Colonisation and the evolution of sexual systems in a cosmopolitan weed'


Plus: 

      The Fisher Memorial Lecture
Sponsored by the Fisher Memorial Committee


(University of Edinburgh)

Fisher and modern evolutionary genetics’




Special session on:
'Evolutionary genetics of disease vectors'




PRIZES!!!

for the two best student posters and the two best student talks, sponsored by:

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