- Author: Jaime Adler
Using Genomic Tools to Manage Healthy North
American Oak Populations
Symposium and Workshop
June 24, 2011, Davis, CA 1-5 PM
Venue: Alpha Gamma Rho Room, Buehler Alumni and Visitor Center, UC
Victoria Sork, University of California, Los Angeles. Genomics as a
conservation tool for oak management
Susan Frankel, USDA- Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Research Station.
Overview of current threats to Oaks in the West
Richard Dodd, University of California, Berkeley. Potential use of
genomic tools for hybridization studies of oaks
Jessica Wright, USDA-Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Research Station.
Using transcriptomics to study oak pathogens
Sally Aitken, University of British Columbia. Using genomics to
understand forest responses to climate change.
Panel Discussion with resource managers from State, Federal, and Non-governmental organizations
No registration fee, but please RSVP by June 1, 2011.
A no-host picnic dinner will follow the discussion.
Organized by the North American Oak Genomics Working Group in collaboration
with the Conifer Translational Genomics Network and the International Symposium on Genomics-Based Breeding in Forest Trees