This Congress is supported by the University of Strasbourg under the frame of the IdEx Unistra and fenefits from a funding from the State managed  by the French Nationanal Research Agency as part of the Investments for the Future Programs.

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The Secretariat and members of The International Mammalian Genome Society are proud of the students, postdoctoral fellows and junior faculty who present oral and poster presentations at the annual meeting. The outstanding contributions of these young scientists are recognized through several awards.

The first of these awards is the Verne Chapman Young Scientist Award, which is given to the most outstanding oral presentation from a postdoctoral fellow or student. This is a monetary award of $500 and a two-year position on the IMGS secretariat that reflects Dr. Chapman’s dedication to mentoring junior scientists.

A selection of publishing companies have sponsored this year’s presentation prizes, which are a one year subscription to their journal or a donation of books. A cash award is given by The Genetics Society of America.

These awards are given to the most outstanding poster or oral presentations by graduate students and postdoctoral fellows, and are chosen by members of the IMGS Secretariat and other judges during the course of the meeting.

This year the sponsors are

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