“AGTA17 will showcase dynamic cross-discipline -omics research, and uniquely allow genomics and bioinformatics researchers, as well as industry, to interact over a wide range of topics. These will include technologies focused new approaches to genome assembly, microbial and single cell genomics, in silico prediction of functionality as well as dogs, devils and more.”
Early bird registration discount ends from 5pm, Monday 7 August.
3+ attending from the same organisation? Don’t forget to register through the group registration portal to receive a 10% discount off each registration.
AGTA17 Conference Dinner
The highlight of the social program will take place at Mona (Museum of Old and New Art). You’ll experience a ride on the Mona Roma ferry, followed by a private museum viewing and dinner at Eros and Thanatos.
Updated Program Available
Tickets to can be purchased when registering online for AGTA17. If you are not attending the conference and wish to attend a workshop, please contact Emma.
- Delegate Ticket – $40
- Student Ticket – $20
Can Genome Editing Fulfil Its Promise in the Clinic and the Field?
- Alex Hewitt, University of Tasmania
- Alice Pébay, The University of Melbourne
- Dianne Nicol, University of Tasmania
- Kaylene Young, University of Tasmania
- Margaret Otlowski, University of Tasmania (Mediator)
- Owain Edwards, CSIRO
View the symposium program.
Technical Solutions to Single Cell Problems
- Brian Fritz, 10X
- David Gallego-Ortega, Garvan Institute of Medical Research
- Shalin Naik, Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research
- Marina Oliva, University of Western Australia
- Alicia Oshlack, Murdoch Childrens Research Institute
- Joseph Powell, The University of Queensland
View the workshop program.