April 25, 2014
The deadline for abstract submission for the Yeast Genetics Meeting has been extended. Abstracts will now be accepted until 4 PM EDT, Monday April 28th. Don’t miss this chance to showcase your work for the yeast research community!
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April 23, 2014
The Yeast Genetics Meeting abstract submission deadline is tomorrow: Thursday, April 24. Be sure to get your abstract in by the deadline so that it will be programmed and included in the online abstract search. IMPORTANT NOTE: NEW THIS YEAR: The full text of all abstracts submitted by the deadline date will ONLY be available online and will not be printed in the program book. The program book will still contain the full schedule information, including platform and poster session date, time, title, authors, gene index and the listing of exhibitors. Late abstracts will only be accepted if space permits and will not be included in the online search.
This meeting is an exceptional opportunity for you to present your work to an international audience. There is no better way to advance your career than meeting people in the field. Financial Aid is available and presenting authors are given first priority.
Plan now to attend YGM to hear the latest research that is happening around the world, re-connect with fellow yeast researchers, network for a job, meet future collaborators, see the latest equipment available from the exhibits, and enjoy Seattle in July. Last but not least, you’ll have the opportunity to talk with SGD staff about what’s new at SGD, get individual instruction on tools and resources, and contribute your thoughts about SGD’s future development! A preliminary schedule for the YGM is now available.
SGD staff join with the YGM organizers in looking forward to seeing you in July.
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March 31, 2014
For more than 40 years, the legendary Yeast Genetics & Genomics course has been taught each summer at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory. (OK, the name didn’t include “Genomics” in the beginning…) The list of people who have taken the course reads like a Who’s Who of yeast research, including many of today’s leading scientists and two Nobel laureates (Randy Schekman in 1975 and Jim Rothman in 1985, who both won the 2013 Nobel Prize).
Now it’s your chance to attend this summer course (July 22 – August 11) and get a comprehensive education in all things yeast, from classical genetics through up-to-the-minute genomics and the latest cytological techniques. Scientists who aren’t part of large, well-known yeast labs are especially encouraged to apply – for example, professors and instructors who want to incorporate yeast into their undergraduate genetics classrooms; scientists who want to transition from mathematical, computational, or engineering disciplines into bench science; and researchers from small labs or institutions where it would otherwise be difficult to learn the fundamentals of yeast genetics and genomics.
Besides its scientific content, the fun and camaraderie at the course is also legendary. In between all the hard work there are late-night chats at the bar and swimming at the beach. There’s a fierce competition between students at the various CSHL courses in the Plate Race, which is a relay in which teams have to carry stacks of 40 Petri dishes (used, of course).
The application deadline is April 15th, so don’t miss your chance! Find all the details here.
March 24, 2014
The 2014 Yeast Genetics Meeting will be held July 29 – August 3 at the University of Washington, Seattle, Washington. Abstract submission and registration sites are now open. The abstract submission deadline is April 24. Be sure to get your abstract in by the deadline so that it will be programmed and included in the Program Book.*
The Genetics Society of America is pleased to announce the following awards and lectures will be presented:
In addition, there will be two special presentations: Jon Lorsch, Director of the National Institute of General Medical Sciences, NIH will discuss the future plans of the Institute and Gerry Fink, MIT, will give a retrospective look at Fred Sherman’s life and his impact on the field of yeast genetics research.
As usual, SGD staff will be at the meeting and we look forward to meeting and talking with yeast researchers. Don’t miss this premier conference of the yeast community!
*IMPORTANT NOTE: NEW THIS YEAR: The full text of all abstracts submitted by the deadline date will ONLY be available online, as a pdf and in the abstract search program, and will not be printed in the program book. The program book will still contain the full schedule information including platform and poster sessions date, time, title, authors, gene index and a listing of exhibits. Late abstracts will only be accepted if space permits and will not be included in the online search.
Questions? Contact Anne Marie Mahoney: email@example.com
August 26, 2013
SGD staff will be attending the 26th International Conference on Yeast Genetics and Molecular Biology, which will be held at Frankfurt University, Germany, from Thursday August 29th – Tuesday September 3rd. We will be available at a table at the poster sessions to answer all your questions about SGD, give one-on-one tutorials, listen to your ideas about what you’d like to see in SGD, and demonstrate some exciting new features. We will also be presenting talks and having an open discussion at the SGD Workshop (#7) on Saturday from 4:30 – 7 PM. Please stop by to say hello!
August 17, 2011
Dear Colleagues and Friends,
The 25th International Conference on Yeast Genetics and Molecular biology, has ended. It was a great success and an opportunity to attend very interesting and inspiring lectures given by distinguished speakers as well as to listen to exciting workshop and poster presentations. We hope you enjoyed your stay in Olsztyn despite the unsteady weather and mosquito bites. We hope you met your friends and made new friendships, as we did. We hope to see you again in Frankfurt.
Until then, to keep the memories alive, please visit the Conference on-line photo album holding over 700 photos you can view on-line and also download freely.
Sincerely, Joanna Rytka and the Organizing Team
August 09, 2011
Wish you were in Cold Spring Harbor for the Yeast Cell Biology meeting, Aug 16-20? SGD will be live tweeting from CSHL, highlighting topics from talks and posters. Keep up with events at the meeting by following @yeastgenome on Twitter or searching #YCB2011 for all tweets!
July 12, 2011
Wish you were in Poland for the 25th International Conference on Yeast Genetics and Molecular Biology? SGD is live tweeting from the Poland meeting, highlighting topics from talks and workshops. Keep up with events at the meeting by following @yeastgenome on Twitter or searching #ICYGMB for all tweets!
May 03, 2011
Registration is open for the 25th International Conference on Yeast Genetics and Molecular Biology. The meeting will take place on July 11-16 in Olsztyn-Kortowo, Poland. Visit the conference website to get more information and to register. SGD is having a workshop on July 12 at 7:30 PM; come learn about new tools and data at SGD.