Omics approaches to Ecophysiology

7 July, 2020 - 10 July, 2020

Clarion Congress Hotel, Freyova 945/33, 190 00 Praha 9-Vysočany, Czechia

General Information

Part of the Society for Experimental Biology Annual Conference.

From phenome to genome, omics approaches are transforming our approach to biological enquiry.

This exciting session will bring together researchers applying omics approaches to addressing key questions in ecophysiology. It seeks to be broad in its scope and relevant to investigators at every career stage, working from phenotype through to molecular levels of biological organisation. This session is inclusive of a broad range of taxa from animal to plant with the unifying focus of using omic approaches to understanding physiological mechanisms. Early bird registration open until the 11th of May. Submit your abstract Here.

For more information and to register follow this link.

Meeting Organisers:

  • Oliver Tills (Plymouth University, UK)
  • Manuela Truebano Garcia (Plymouth University, UK)
  • Anne Plessis

Confirmed Speakers:

  • Melody Clark (British Antarctic Survey, UK) – Life in the slow lane    
  • Dietmar Kultz (UC Davis, USA) – Multilevel functional genomics data integration as a tool for understanding eco-physiology   
  • Francesco Falciani (Institute of Integrative Biology,UK) – Quantitative proteomics for holistic network analyses of environmental effects on complex organisms
  • Nicholas Smirnoff, Biosciences (University of Exeter, UK) – Using metabolomics to investigate plant stress responses.