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Equine 1

Date: Saturday, January 10, 2015
Time: 1:30 PM-6:10 PM
Room: Royal Palm Salon 5-6
Organizers:
Scott V. Dindot and Theodore S. Kalbfleisch
1:30 PM
Opening Remarks
Scott V. Dindot, Texas A&M University

1:35 PM
Prehistoric genomes reveal the genetic foundation and cost of horse domestication
Ludovic Orlando, Centre for GeoGenetics, Natural History Museum of Denmark, University of Copenhagen

2:35 PM
Genome wide associations of temperament variation in the Tennessee Walking Horse
Elizabeth A. Staiger, Cornell University; Julie D. Albright, University of Tennessee; Samantha A. Brooks, University of Florida

2:55 PM
Genomic Signatures of Selection in the American Quarter Horse
Felipe Avila, Department of Veterinary Population Medicine, University of Minnesota

3:15 PM
Break
Scott V. Dindot, Texas A&M University

3:25 PM
3:45 PM
Involvement of CNVs in Equine Cryptorchidism
Sharmila Ghosh, Texas A&M University

4:25 PM
The Recurrent Airway Obstruction Restricted Lung Transcriptome Identifies Molecular Signatures of Airway Hyperresponsiveness and Neutrophillic Inflammation
Lauren Ashley Bright, Department of Clinical Sciences; Mark Arick II, Institute for Genomics, Biocomputing and Biotechnology; Santosh Kumar TK, Department of Clinical Sciences; Savannah Mack, Department of Clinical Sciences; Andy Perkins, Department of Computer Science and Engineering; Courtney Hunter, Department of Clinical Sciences; Alison Eddy, Department of Clinical Sciences; Andrew Claude, Department of Clinical Sciences; Nisma Mujahid, Department of Clinical Sciences; Michael Brashier, Department of Clinical Sciences; Bindu Nanduri, Department of Basic Sciences; Shane C Burgess, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences; Fiona M McCarthy, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences; Cyprianna Swiderski, Department of Clinical Sciences

5:05 PM
Assessing neonatal responses to vaccination at the protein and gene level: Ig and more Ig
Rebecca L. Tallmadge, Department of Clinical Sciences; M. Julia B. Felippe, Cornell University

5:25 PM
Discussion and Station Reports
Scott V. Dindot, Texas A&M University

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