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Congratulations to our 2017 Student Presenters and Winners

This year at PAG Asia 2017, we held our first ever Student Workshop Program & Competition. All student attendees were invited to submit poster abstracts for review by the Student Workshop Program Committee. The following abstracts submitted were chosen for or oral presentations at the conference and from these presentations, two overall winners were chosen.

 

Selected Student Presentations

The following were selected for presentation at the conference and received complimentary registration, and a certificate acknowledging their presentation.

Chun-Peng Chen
P0003 iPat: Intelligent Prediction and Association Tool for Genomic Research
Washington State University, USA

Krishnamoorthy Srikanth
P0008 Transcriptome Analysis and Identification of Significantly Differentially Expressed Genes in Holstein Calves Subjected to Severe Thermal Stress
National Institute of Animal Science, South Korea

Yogesh Gupta
P0045 A Comprehensive Annotation of Protein-Coding Genes in Raphanus sativus using a Combined Approach of de novo and Genome Guided Transcriptome Assembly
Seoul National University, South Korea

Murukarthick Jayakodi
P0046 A Draft Genome of Asian Ginseng (P. ginseng) Provides New Insights into Ginsenoside Accumulation and Apiales Genome Evolution
Seoul National University, South Korea

Prabuddha Manjula
P0068 Effects of the Avian POU1F1 Gene on Meat Quality and Clinical-Chemical Traits in Chicken
Chungnam National University, South Korea

 

Student Workshop Program Winners

From the presentations selected, two overall winners were chosen:
Chun-Peng Chen
Murukarthick Jayakodi

These winners received complimentary registration to PAG ASIA 2017, and complimentary registration to PAG XXVI (San Diego) and complimentary 3-night hotel stay at the Town and Country Hotel in San Diego during the PAG XXVI conference, January 13-17, 2018.

Congratulations and thank you to all who participated!

Congratulations to our 2018 Student Presenters and Winners

This year at PAG Asia, we held our second annual Student Workshop Program & Competition. All student attendees were invited to submit poster abstracts for review by the Student Workshop Program Committee.

The following abstracts were chosen for or oral presentations at the conference.

Authors received complimentary registration, and a certificate acknowledging their presentation.

 

Subhankar Bera
Osaka Prefecture University, Japan
"Long-Distance Movement of Naturally Occurring Small RNAs in a Host-Parasite Plant Complex"


Chul Lee
IPBI, Seoul National University, South Korea
"Convergent Amino Acid Substitutions of Avian Vocal Learning Clades - Not How Many Genes, but Who"


JongWon Kang
Chungbuk National University, South Korea
"Heterotic Grouping and F1 Hybrid Selection Based on Molecular Marker Heterozygosity in Waxy Corn Inbred Lines"


Kun Han
Huazhong Agricultural University, China
"Genome-Wide Analysis of Histone Modifications in Porcine Placentas"


Julianne A. Vilela
University of the Philippines, Philippines
"Draft de novo Genome Assembly of the Philippine Endemic Abaca (Musa textilis Nee.)"


John Bwalya
Seoul National University, South Korea
"Identification of QTLs for drought resistance from the mapping population segregating for UV-B in soybean (Glycine max (L.) Merr.)"


Congratulations and thank you to all who participated.

Congratulations to our 2019 Student Presenters and Winners

This year at PAG Asia, we held our third Student Workshop Program & Competition. All student attendees were invited to submit poster abstracts for review by the Student Workshop Program Committee.

The following abstracts were chosen for or oral presentations at the conference and authors received complimentary registration.

Taehyung Kwon 
Seoul National University, South Korea
"Evolutionary Signatures of the Mitochondria - Nucleus Conflict in African Cattle Admixture"


Feiyu Wang
Huazhong Agricultural Universit, China
"ATAC-Seq on Laser Captured Uterine Lumen Epithelial Cells Identifies Key Regulatory Regions Involved in Embryo Implantation in Pigs"


Shaopan Ye
South China Agricultural University, China
"A Combined Reference Panel for Imputation to Whole Genome Sequence: A Case Study in a Chinese Indigenous Chicken Population"

 


Congratulations and thank you to all who participated.