The theme of our symposium, “Build, Grow, and Process: The Interwoven Aspects of Phenotyping”, captures the wide spectrum of disciplines that the P3 program encapsulates, and presents the phenotyping process from different angles.
The speakers for this inaugural symposium exemplify the interdisciplinarity that is inherent in the P3 program. The invited speakers are:
- Saket Navalkha, Salk Institute, "Network design principles of plant shoot architectures”
- Andrea Eveland, Donald Danforth Plant Science Center, “Genomics enabled crop design: modulating plant architecture through manipulation of developmental networks”
- Carolyn Rasmussen, UC Riverside, "Division plant orientation in plant cells”
- Danny Singh, Iowa State University
In addition to the invited speakers, there will be a poster session which is open to any graduate student in an interdepartmental biology program. To present your work, you must register.
You can register for the symposium (as an attendee and/or to present your work in the poster presentation) here.