The 12th Bay Area Population Genomics (BAPGXII) conference was held in Stanford University’s Alway Building and Courtyard on May 30, 2015. It was a beautiful day for meeting old and new friends and talking about population genomics! Did you miss the event and want to catch up on what everyone was talking about? Click on the feed link below to catch up!
With nine brilliant speakers, including keynote Jonathan Pritchard (a CEHG faculty member) and more than 125 registered attendees, BAPGXII was a success! If you missed the event and would like to catch up on what attendees had to say about the event and each talk, read the curated feed below. In his opening remarks, CEHG Executive Committee member Dmitri Petrov thanked the event sponsors, which included Cathy Ball from Ancestry.com and Stanford’s Center for Computational, Evolutionary and Human Genomics (CEHG).
Want more info about BAPG? Click here for the website and keep your eyes peeled for future updates and announcements about BAPGXIII!