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  • Mouse Genetics 2011
    his vision for the future of biomedical research and the role mouse research will have in improving human health Plenary Speakers and their topics include Allan Balmain UCSF Cancer Complexity Lessons from Network Analysis of Signaling Pathways Involved in Inflammation and Cancer Susceptibility Andrew Benson Univ of Neb Species Composition of the gut microbiota in murine models a complex polygenic trait Han Brunner Radbound Univ Nijmegen Human Genetics After Large

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  • Mouse Genetics 2011
    Lyon on the mouse map Monica Justice on Oak Ridge and mutagenesis Ken Paigen on the evolution of the field and especially for the Complex Trait Consortium Jim Crow on Don Bailey and recombinant inbred strains If you browse these Perspectives on the formation of our field perhaps you will have a suggestion for future progress As noted by Crow Don Bailey s idea of recombinant inbreds was simple but

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  • Program Information | Mouse Genetics 2011
    Research in the Department of Medical Oncology at the University He moved to the US in 1997 as Vice President of Research at Onyx Pharmaceuticals and in 1999 to UCSF where he is presently the Barbara Bass Bakar Distinguished Professor of Cancer Genetics Dr Balmain has been a leader in developing strategies to identify genes and pathways associated with cancer susceptibility in different mouse strains and in human populations His research at present is focused on systems approaches to analysis of cancer susceptibility and progression using computational biology and gene network analysis Andrew Benson University of Nebraska Andrew Benson received his Ph D in Microbiology from the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio and was a post doctoral Fellow at Princeton University where he demonstrated that a single transcription factor functions as a switch controlling spatial and temporal patterns of gene expression during development of the bacterium Caulobacter crescentus In 1996 Dr Benson joined the faculty at the University of Nebraska in the Department of Food Science and Technology where he began to combine quantitative and population based approaches with comparative genomics Dr Benson has developed high throughput genome based methods for comparative and population genomics of microbes leading to the creation of the Gut Function Initiative a discovery oriented research cluster focused on fundamental characteristics of the gut ecosystem In 2009 Dr Benson was awarded the W W Marshall Distinguished Professorship in Biotechnology His current research program is focused on understanding how the vertebrate host shapes the complex assemblage of microbial species in its gut Han Brunner R adbound University Nijmegen Han Brunner obtained his medical degree from Groningen University in the Netherlands followed by a combined MD PhD from Nijmegen University where he helped discover the gene for myontonic dystrophy Dr Brunner is board certified in Clinical Genetics and has been on the faculty of Nijmegen University Hospital as a clinical geneticist since 1988 He was appointed head of the department of Human Genetics in 1998 and from 2004 2008 was also the chairman of the Division of pediatrics human genetics and medical psychology Dr Brunner s research interests include the molecular basis of congenital malformations and their implications in understanding developmental processes including the genetic basis of human brain development mental retardation and microdeletion syndromes Dr Brunner s work has demonstrated the utility of grouping phenotypes into syndrome families underlining the power of accurate phenotyping as well as the necessity of storing and coding phenotypes in such a way that they become accessible for analysis Elaine Fuchs The Rockefeller University Elaine Fuchs received her B S in chemistry from the University of Illinois Urbana Champaign and her Ph D in biochemistry from Princeton University She was a postdoc at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology before joining the University of Chicago and raising to the Amgen Professor of Basic Sciences In 2002 Dr Fuchs moved to Rockefeller University where she was named the Rebecca C Lancefield Professor Dr Fuchs has been a Howard Hughes Medical

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  • Exhibit and Sponsorship | Mouse Genetics 2011
    Space License Exhibitor Service Kit Exhibit Hall Floor Plan Space will offered and assigned in the order in which applications are received Payment will not be processed until space has been confirmed with exhibitor Sponsorship Opportunities Sponsorship Application The following sponsorship opportunities are available and include one exhibit booth Grand Sponsor This sponsorship includes one prime exhibit booth full page ad in the Program Book large logo with hyperlink on homepage of website slide in main meeting room and signage in registration area Available to a maximum of three companies or it is yours exclusively for 10 000 7 000 Conference Sponsor This sponsorship includes one exhibit booth small logo on homepage of website and meeting signage 3 000 Additional sponsorship opportunities do not include an exhibit booth Mouse Genetics 2011 Mobile Website Sponsor the Mouse Genetics 2011 Mobile Website which will be available starting mid May to all potential meeting attendees The mobile website can be viewed on web enabled devices e g Blackberry Android iPhone etc for viewing the schedule of events abstracts search program descriptions poster presentations exhibitor listings and lots more Your company s name and logo will appear at the top of the mobile website 4 000 Conference Bags The most popular of all conference sponsorships these bags are used long after the conference is over Each meeting attendee receives a bag upon arrival in the registration area of the convention center The sponsor s Corporate Name and Logo and the meeting logo meeting dates and location will be imprinted on the bags You can either supply the bags with the organizer s approval or we can order them on your behalf Bags normally take at least five weeks to produce 2 000 in addition to cost of bag Welcome Reception Wednesday June 22 The

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