The 2015 symposium featured a keynote address given by Dr. Jim Seeb of the University of Washington. Dr. Seeb's research focuses upon identifying gene markers that distinguish populations, demes, or individual Pacific salmon. He currently has projects or is collaborating on projects to use these markers to study migration of adults in the Bering Sea or migration of juveniles in complex lake systems.
A variety of speakers from across the Pacific Northwest presented on cutting edge technology, research and applications in the field of genomics. Click here to view the 2015 INWGRS schedule. Enjoy the link to keynote address provided below.
Thank you again to all who attended and helped to make this year's INWGRS another great event!