Future Perspective on Ancient Genomics in East Asia
This is a half-day conference that will be held in Tokyo, Japan on October 21, 2018. This conference will focus on recent advances in ancient genomics and provide a variety of talks on the research in this growing field. This brings together researchers from different discipline including anthropology, population genetics, bioinformatics, and archaeology, to facilitate future collaborations of ancient genomics in East Asia. The list of speakers are as follows:
- Ludovic Orlando (University of Copenhagen and Université Toulouse III-Paul Sabotier)
- Daniel Bradley (Trinity College Dublin)
- Xin Zhao (Chinese Academy of Social Science)
- Takahiro Segawa (University of Yamanashi)
- Shigeki Nakagome (Trinity College Dublin)
- Takahiro Yonezawa (Tokyo University of Agriculture)
- Takashi Gakuhari (Kanazawa University)
The conference will start at 13:00, and the venue is Tokyo National Museum Kuroda Memorial Hall.
Details of the program will be updated soon.
Due to a limited number of seats available in the conference hall (approximately 70 people), please fill out and submit a registration form below.
This conference is sponsored by: