APPENDIX A
Workshop on the National Plant Genome Initiative: 2003–2008

National Academy of Sciences

Washington, D.C.

Auditorium

June 6–7, 2002

AGENDA

Thursday, June 6

11:30 am

Informal lunch for meeting attendees and speakers, NAS Great Hall

1:00 pm

Welcome and overview of workshop goals.

Jeff Dangl, Chairman

1:05 pm

Origin of the Plant Genome Initiative.

Ron Phillips, University of Minnesota

1:15 pm

SESSION I—NEW GENOMICS TECHNOLOGY

Moderator, John Yates, Scripps Research Institute, Syngenta

 

Panelists:

 

Marc Vidal, Harvard University

Michael Snyder, Yale University

Richard Young, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

John Yates, Scripps/Syngenta



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The National Plant Genome Initiative: Objectives for 2003–2008 APPENDIX A Workshop on the National Plant Genome Initiative: 2003–2008 National Academy of Sciences Washington, D.C. Auditorium June 6–7, 2002 AGENDA Thursday, June 6 11:30 am Informal lunch for meeting attendees and speakers, NAS Great Hall 1:00 pm Welcome and overview of workshop goals. Jeff Dangl, Chairman 1:05 pm Origin of the Plant Genome Initiative. Ron Phillips, University of Minnesota 1:15 pm SESSION I—NEW GENOMICS TECHNOLOGY Moderator, John Yates, Scripps Research Institute, Syngenta   Panelists:   Marc Vidal, Harvard University Michael Snyder, Yale University Richard Young, Massachusetts Institute of Technology John Yates, Scripps/Syngenta

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The National Plant Genome Initiative: Objectives for 2003–2008 2:35 pm Discussion. 3:00 pm SESSION II—ADVANCES IN SEQUENCING Moderator, Ron Phillips, University of Minnesota   Panelists:   Robert Waterston, Washington University Rob Martienssen, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory 3:40 pm Discussion. 3:55 pm Snack Break 4:10 pm SESSION III—STRUCTURAL, FUNCTIONAL, AND COMPARATIVE GENOMICS Moderator, Sue Wessler   Panelists:   Joe Ecker, The Salk Institute Jeff Bennetzen, Purdue University Toby Bradshaw, University of Washington Philip Hieter, University of British Columbia 5:30 pm Discussion. 5:55 pm Break 6:10 pm SESSION IV—BIOTIC INTERACTIONS Moderator, Doug Cook   Panelists:   Brian Staskawicz, UC Berkeley Jim Tumlinson, U Florida 6:50 pm Discussion.

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The National Plant Genome Initiative: Objectives for 2003–2008 7:15 pm Informal buffet dinner for workshop presenters, committee and workshop attendees, NRC Refectory. 8:00 pm Dinner discussions, NRC Refectory. 9:00 pm Adjourn. Friday, June 7 8:30 am Objectives for the day. Jeff Dangl 8:40 am SESSION V—BIOCHEMISTRY AND GENE EXPRESSION Moderator, Joseph Hirschberg   Panelists:   Philip Benfey, NYU Gloria Coruzzi, NYU Chris Somerville, Carnegie Joseph Noel, Salk 10:00 am Discussion. 10:25 am Snack Break 10:45 am SESSION VI—EVOLUTION AND NATURAL VARIATION Moderator, Elizabeth Kellogg   Panelists:   Michael Purugganan, NCSU Michael Donoghue, Yale Randal Linder, UT Austin 11:45 am Discussion.

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The National Plant Genome Initiative: Objectives for 2003–2008 12:10 pm SESSION VII—CHALLENGES IN INFORMATICS Moderator, Ernie Retzel   Panelists:   Jim Ostell, NCBI Sue Rhee, Carnegie Institute Rebecca Doerge, Purdue 1:10 pm Discussion. 1:35 pm Break for Lunch. 2:00 pm Working group discussions. 4:15 pm Reconvene in plenary for summaries of discussions. 5:00 pm Adjourn.