GLAM-Evogen: Great Lakes Annual meeting of Evolutionary Genomics

GLAM-Evogen is an annual symposium that brings together faculty and trainees in the Great Lakes region from a range of backgrounds who work at the interface of genomics and evolutionary biology.

GLAM-Evogen is back to in-person this year.

Saturday, August 13, 2022

University at Buffalo, North Campus, Center for the Arts

Click here for Registration and abstract submission:

Abstract submission: If you would like to present a talk or a poster, you can submit a title and abstract during registration. Abstracts that are not selected for talks will be automatically considered for a poster. This is a trainee-oriented meeting, so we especially encourage students and postdocs to present their work. There will be prizes awarded for the best poster and best talk for each career stage. The abstract submission deadline is July 8, 2022.

Code of Conduct: GLAM-Evogen is intended to foster interactions and the exchange of scientific ideas among faculty and trainees in the Great Lakes region. We are committed to creating an environment where everyone feels safe and welcome. Registration for the meeting is considered an agreement to treat all meeting participants with respect and consideration during any interactions related to this meeting, including scientific sessions, social gatherings, and meeting-related correspondences.

Harassment, discrimination, or exclusionary behavior by any participant will not be tolerated. Harassment includes unwanted verbal attention, intimidation, stalking, shaming, or bullying. Unacceptable behaviors also include inappropriate comments presented in a joking manner, retaliation for reporting inappropriate behavior and reporting an incident in bad faith. Discrimination or exclusion on the basis of gender or gender identity, sexual orientation, age, disability, physical appearance, race, religion, national origin, ethnicity, or any axis of diversity will not be tolerated. Civil and constructive critiques of scientific work are appropriate; ad hominem attacks and any communication that is derogatory or demeaning to individuals or groups are not. Recording or photographing talks, posters, or any content without author permission is not allowed.

Violations of this code of conduct should be reported to Amanda Larracuente and will be taken very seriously. Meeting organizers and designated moderators reserve the right to enforce this code of conduct in any manner deemed appropriate. Anyone violating the code of conduct may be asked to stop, experience limited participation (e.g., muted microphone or blocked video), be expelled from the meeting, and/or prohibited from attending future events. Establishing and enforcing this code of conduct is intended to create a welcoming, inclusive environment for high-quality scientific discussions.

Social Media Policy: Live tweeting of presentations is allowed unless the presenter explicitly opts out by stating so at the start of their talk or on their poster. Recording or photographing talks, posters, or any content without author permission is not allowed.

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