CiBreed Workshop September 9 and 10, 2019

The Center for Integrated Breeding Research (CiBreed) at Georg-August-Universität, Göttingen is pleased to announce the 2019 CiBreed fall workshop on September 9 and 10.
The Symposium will be held in the L01 Conference Room of Von-Siebold-Straße 4, Georg-August-University Göttingen.

The scientific program will include selected talks from CiBreed members and affiliates, and it will feature a session of invited talks on Breeding Challenges and Opportunities in the Realm of Biotic Stress.

The program will also feature a poster session for graduate students and postdocs to share their recent work.

Abstract submission for Posters and Oral Presentations will be open from June 15th, until August 1st, 2019.

For registration and abstract submission, please klick here:


Registration is free but limited, so please register as early as possible.

We are pleased to announce a poster competition involving cash prices for the best poster design and research.  
CiBreed Research at the University of Göttingen aims to bring together the expertise of plant and animal breeding and forest genetics with findings from natural and social sciences in order to establish an internationally visible position in this field. The integration of all forms of breeding opens up synergies and enables the fast and efficient development and deployment of new methods. Within CiBreed, breeding is not reduced to classical, quantitative-genetic or genomic breeding methods, but important aspects such as sustainability, economy and social acceptance are also considered. 

Contact information: Dr. Stefanie Griebel (stefanie.griebel@uni-goettingen.de)


 
CiBreed Research at the University of Göttingen aims to bring together the expertise of plant and animal breeding and forest genetics with findings from natural and social sciences in order to establish an internationally visible position in this field. The integration of all forms of breeding opens up synergies and enables the fast and efficient development and deployment of new methods. Within CiBreed, breeding is not reduced to classical, quantitative-genetic or genomic breeding methods, but important aspects such as sustainability, economy and social acceptance are also considered.  

We are looking forward to welcoming you in CiBreed for the 2019 fall workshop!

On behalf of the abstract selection committee,

Dr. Medhat Mahmoud (mahmoud1@gwdg.de)
Dr. Antje Schierholt (antje.schierholt@agr.uni-goettingen.de)
Dr. Stefanie Griebel (stefanie.griebel@uni-goettingen.de)
Ms. Rebecca Tacke (rebecca.tacke@uni-goettingen.de)
Ms. Julia Hagenguth (julia.hagenguth@agr.uni-goettingen.de)