GMOD is very pleased to announce the keynote speaker for the 2013 GMOD
community meeting is Dr. Kentaro Yoshida from the Sainsbury Lab (, talking about the Open Ash Dieback effort. This
pioneering bioinformatics project is employing two increasingly important
paradigms--open access to data and crowdsourcing--to gather genetic
analyses of ash and a fungal pathogen that is threatening tree populations
in the UK. Expect an interesting and inspiring talk!

Online registration:

If you are interested in attending remotely, we will be using Go To Meeting
( to allow people to attend virtually. Please email
me if you would like to join in.

Look forward to seeing you all in Cambridge!

On Wed, Mar 20, 2013 at 7:28 PM, Scott Cain <> wrote:

> Hi,
> With several guest speakers, including Jane Lomax from GO, Joseph
> Rossetto from the EBI, and Manuel Corpas from the Genome Analysis
> Centre, this GMOD meeting is shaping up to be a very intersting
> meeting indeed.  Today (March 21) is the last day to register with the
> early registration pricing.  To register, go to
> I look forward to seeing you next month (April 5-6) in Cambridge,
> England.  For more information about GMOD 2013, go to
> Scott
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