The HudsonAlpha Seminars bring together experts in genetics, genomics, biotechnology, bioinformatics, medicine and immunology for free, public presentations and debate among the scientific community. The seminars also provide valuable academic learning and discussion opportunities for scientists training in labs at the Institute and at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. Seminars are hosted by researchers at the HudsonAlpha Institute for Biotechnology from October through May.
The Immunogenomics conference annually brings together more than 200 researchers and thought leaders from around the globe exploring the application of genomic technologies to understand the immune system and the development ofdisease. HudsonAlpha hosts the Immunogenomics conference on its biotech campus in Huntsville, Alabama. The conference provides attendees the opportunity to engage in science discussions, network with experts in the field of immunogenomics and discover the “what’s next” in immunogenomics and how it will help shape the future of human health. The fifth annual Immunogenomics conference will be held October 2 – 4, 2017. For more information, visit hudsonalpha.org/immunogenomicsconference.
Leading genomics researchers and plant breeders from around the world convene at the HudsonAlpha Institute for Biotechnology for the CROPS conference, which examines the latest genomic technology in plant breeding and crop improvement. Co-hosted by HudsonAlpha and the University of Georgia, CROPS brings together leading researchers applying genomic-based techniques to crop improvement, plant molecular breeding experts, and traditional breeders interested in applying these techniques within their crops of interest.
The next CROPS conference will be held June 5 – 8, 2017 at HudsonAlpha. For more information about speakers, abstracts, and poster submissions and to register, visit hudsonalpha.org/crops.