MAD SSCi 2017 Morgantown WV
June 19 - 21, 2017
Hosted by West Virginia University Shared Research Facilities

  • Keynote presentation, "Putting the 'Epigenomics' in Autism Epidemiology" by  Christine Ladd Acosta, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Wendy Klag Center for Autism and Developmental Disabilities, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
  • Enhanced conference format to include hands-on workshops and a technology plenary session along with traditional presentations
    • Writing improved standard operating procedures and troubleshooting guides for your core with hands-on activities
    • Techniques for "selling" your core's needs that will get the attention of your institutional administrators
    • Addressing reproducibility and rigor
    • Getting the most from flow cytometry, electron microscopy, and genomics facilities
    • Core Facility Career Development Workshop
  • Sponsors/MAD SSCi Open House and Poster Session for scientists throughout the region
  • Welcome reception at WVU’s new Art Museum Education Center

Registration is now open.    Register