Announcing “Recent Advances in Conservation Genetics” January, 12 – 22, 2015

Course background:

The American Genetic Association in conjunction with the University of Puerto Rico is presenting a 10 day intensive course January, 12 – 22, 2015. The course will be directed by Dr. Stephen J. O’Brien, and taught by renowned scientists in methods, interpretation, and applications of molecular genetic analyses for conservation of endangered species, who will also share a variety of their personal experiences in this important field. ConGen2015 faculty is an amazing group of people who come from all around the world and will be teaching, sharing their conservation stories and interacting with students during the 10 day course.

Public Lectures on the Conservation of the Endangered Species

In addition, ConGen2015 will be offering an Open Science Lecture series on the Conservation Genetics of the endangered species. These lectures are targeted to the general audience that are genuinely interested in the science of conservation. The open lectures will start at 8 pm daily on weekdays between January, 12 – 22, 2015.  We will be updating you on the schedule, so if you are interested in attending one of these lectures, please visit the event page.

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