AGT's 41st Annual Meeting
AGT 41st Annual Meeting
June 23-25, 2016
Hyatt Regency Orange County - Orange County, CA
Click here for the hard-copy registration form (fillable pdf) - please complete the form and bring it with you (and payment) to register onsite.
REASONS TO ATTEND THE AGT ANNUAL MEETING
DISCOUNT DISNEY TICKETS!
AGT has partnered with Disney to make tickets available for 2016 meeting attendees. Please note the important information below with regard to taking advantage of this opportunity.
Special ticket prices are not available once you arrive at the AGT Annual Meeting. The Disney ticket store closes at 9:00 PM PST on Wednesday, June 22, 2016. Don't delay! Prices are subject to change without notice.
- These specially priced tickets are intended only for guests that are participating in the 2016 AGT Annual Meeting.
- Only the registered attendee is allowed to purchase tickets from this discounted ticket store link, and they can purchase up to six tickets maximum.
- Disney reserves the right to contact the ticket purchaser to request event registration confirmation. If it is discovered that the purchaser of the ticket is not participating or attending this event, it will be considered a misuse of this offer and ticket, and the ticket(s) will be blocked and will not be eligible for a refund.
- These tickets cannot be purchased for the purpose of being resold.
- This online store is for AGT meeting attendees only; if you want to order tickets in bulk, (10 or more) please contact me to process an order 10 days prior to your arrival date.
2016 Marketing Prospectus
- We are pleased that all booths have been filled in the Exhibit Hall.
- Room is still available at the Job Fair and you can still reserve space for an affiliate group at AGT's 41st Annual Meeting in 2016.
2016 Program Preview
morning, June 24, 2016, the meeting's general sessions open with Keynote
Speaker, Randy Shekman, PhD, a Nobel laureate delivering a presentation
on Cell Membranes, Protein Export & Connections to Human Disease.
Human cells manufacture thousands of different proteins, such as insulin,
growth factors and antibodies, which are encapsulated into membrane-enclosed
packets called vesicles. Vesicles buzz around in the cell to many different
destinations, but some are delivered to the cell perimeter where they discharge
their contents to the exterior in an export mechanism conserved over a billion
years of evolution. What are the mechanics of this process? How is it
regulated? How can we exploit this ancient biological manufacturing and
transportation system for the sake of modern medicine? Understanding this
process and its regulation earned Randy Schekman a Nobel Prize in 2013 and has
allowed the biotech industry to exploit yeast as a production platform for the
secretion of human proteins such as recombinant insulin. That process now
supplies fully one-third of the insulin used by sufferers of diabetes
2016 Workshop Preview
Oh, To Be FISHing: Technical Aspects of FISH Testing, presented by Pamela Althof
FISH Analysis - Beyond Counting Dots, presented by Shirong Wang
ISCN Nomenclature, presented by Marc Tomlinson and Xio Yang
Clinical Microarray Testing: Current Applications and Methodology, presented by Diane Pickering
CAP Inspection, presented by Allan Fraser
Clinical Test Development: Design through Implementation, presented by Kate Pearce
Wonderful World of FISH - Sharing Knowledge & Experience
Methodology for Labeling Low-Input DNA for Array CGH Analysis presented by Scott Sulpizio, MS
Database Resource for CNV Interpretation presented by Pablo Sagaribay