The 2022 AGA Presidential Symposium will take place July 25-28, 2022 at beautiful IslandWood campus on Bainbridge Island near Seattle, Washington (with virtual options for speakers and attendees). The Symposium will include the Key Lecture plus two days of invited talks, panels, and poster sessions on topics spanning the field of genetic conflict and selfish evolution.
AGA Symposia are small meetings that provide excellent opportunities for cross-stage interaction, and the American Genetics Association is committed to supporting early-stage attendees.
Watch for upcoming EECG Embarkations -- Posts from the awardees about their research and interests, available on the AGA Blog.
The American Genetic Association grants awards each year to its members for support of special events that advance the mission of AGA, particularly to support students to attend the event.
These awards are open to all members of the American Genetic Association.
AGA2019: Sex and Asex - President Maria Orive
AGA2018: Origins of Adaptive Radiation - President Rosemary Gillespie
AGA2017: Evolutionary Quantitative Genetics in the Wild - President Anne Bronikowski
AGA2016: Local Adaptation - President Lynda Delph
AGA2015: Chromosome Evolution - President Katie Peichel
AGA2014: Evolution and Plasticity - President Robin Waples
AGA2013: Speciation Continuum - President Kerry Shaw