Welcome to the Recent Advances in Conservation Genetics page.

This course, also known as ConGen has been directed by Dr. Stephen J. O’Brien and sponsored by the American Genetic Association (AGA), and taught by many renowned scientists from around the world for more than two decades. The participants of the course learn the 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.

ConGen faculty is an amazing international group of people who will be teaching, sharing their conservation stories and interacting with students during the course.

ConGen participants are the conservation scientists representing academia, government, NGOs, or industry studying genetics of endangered species. Applicants should be conservation-minded scientists (advanced graduate students, post-docs, teachers, and researchers with advanced degrees) from academia, government, NGOs, or industry who are studying the genetics of endangered species and who will apply the knowledge gained from this course to the conservation of such species.

The next Recent Advances in Conservation Genetics (ConGen-2018) course will take place on August 19 – 30, 2018 in Northern Virginia at the 4-H Educational Center, Front Royal, Virginia, U.S.A.

Please submit your application here: registration form

To receive full consideration, the applications must be submitted before March 15th 2018

 

 

 

 

 

 

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