The AGA has awarded $500, free registration, and the opportunity to present 10-minute talks at the upcoming symposium to 6 students. An additional 17 students have received free registration and will present posters of their research.
The AGA grants awards to its members for support of special events that advance its mission, particularly to enable students to attend the event. Click below for details and application form.
The Stephen J. O'Brien Award for the best student paper published in AGA’s Journal of Heredity includes a cash prize of $2,000.
Funds to support final stages of genomic research projects available from the AGA for grad students and postdocs.
The 2016 round results will be announced 15 April
6 workshops and other events receive funding
Best student-authored article by Genevieve Metzger
7 grad students and postdocs have received awards to help them complete genomics projects
Check out our free reviews and perspectives!
Read our Invited Review by Cammen et al. on Recent Advances in High-Throughput Sequencing of Marine Mammals. Freely available!
Photo by Andy Foote.
Dr Kimberly R Andrews and Dr Floyd A Reed (USA), Prof Xuhua Xia (Canada) and Dr Shu-Jin Luo (China) have recently joined our Editorial Board.
Latest issue of the Journal now online, including our latest Genome Consortium white paper
Boldly visualized by Brian Bowen with an Orlog metaphor, wherein the actions of the past and present influence future outcomes. FREE online
OPEN ACCESS Perspective article on black-footed ferret cloning by our AE and AGA Council member Oliver Ryder and others.
Read the Special Issue now! Freely available at http://jhered.oxfordjournals.org/content/106/S1.toc
For the first time, The Australian white whale Migaloo has been seen in NZ waters. Migaloo has a tyrosinase gene mutation, as described in Journal of Heredity here: http://jhered.oxfordjournals.org/content/103/1/130.short
This article is freely available to read and download.
Further debate from experts on wolves in Southeastern Alaska and Mexico. TODAY in Journal of Heredity
Why are previously isolated little blue penguin colonies now mixing it up?
In this issue: Problems and Cautions With Sequence Mismatch Analysis and Bayesian Skyline Plots to Infer Historical Demography. Invited Review from Stewart Grant. Coupling population history with climate change is essential for constructing evolutionary and biogeographic scenarios that illuminate the mechanisms shaping species’ diversity.
But molecular clocks calibrated with phylogenetic divergences can overestimate the timings of population-level events. Overestimates disconnect historical population reconstructions from climatic history and confound our understanding of the factors influencing genetic variability.
The newly published article by international authors including our Review Editor, Steve O'Brien, is freely available to read and download from Journal of Heredity.
A great interview with Journal of Heredity Associate Editor Taras Oleksyk on the training on conservation geneticists at the annual ConGen workshops.
The American Genetic Association President’s Symposium, “Local adaptation: from phenotype to genotype to fitness”, will be held July 14-17, 2016, at beautiful Asilomar, CA
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July 26 to 31, 2015: 8th International Conference on Stickleback Behavior and Evolution
FORT LAUDERDALE-DAVIE, Fla. – Pop Quiz: what creatures make up more than 70% of the approximately 1.9 million described species on earth and have long served as model organisms in many areas of biology? If you guessed invertebrates, you’re right!
Besides your subscription to the Journal of Heredity, the Association hosts a yearly symposium, and provides special awards towards programs and education.