Final Program

Thursday may 24th


9:00-9:30. Welcome and Registration

9:30-13.00 Free communications. Chairman A. Carta

9:30-10:30 Invited talk.
J. Cole. Fine-mapping of QTL using high-density SNP genotypes

10:30.10:45
S. Casu, MG. Usai, T. Sechi, S. Salaris, S. Sechi, S. Miari, GB Congiu, G. Mulas, M. Casula, A. Carta . Fine mapping of QTL for milk traits in a complex dairy sheep experimental population

10:45-11:00
I. Van den Berg, D. Boichard. The influence of heritability, number of QTL and number of records on QTL mapping with Bayes C(π)

11:00 – 11:30.  Coffee break

11:30-11:45
N. Bacciu, L. Bomba ,E.L. Nicolazzi, M. Milanesi, P. Ajmone-Marson.  Linkage disequilibrium in BTA6 for the Italian Holstein breed using a 54k and 800k SNPchip

11:45-12:00
M. Tuiskula-Haavisto, I. Dunn, M.i Honkatukia, R. Preisinger, M. Schmutz, D.J. de Koning, J. Vilkki. Fine mapping of egg shell quality trait loci in an F2 population.

12:00-12:15
D. Jonas, C. Hozé  and P. Croiseau. Implementation and test of a new LDLA model to detect and localize QTL with a higher accuracy.

12:15-12:30
N.. Macciotta, R. Steri, G. Marras., J.B. Cole..  Multivariate analysis of genomic correlation matrices

12:30-12:45
C. Dimauro, M. Cellesi, S. Sorbolini, Use of Canonical discriminant analysis to select SNP for traceability purposes

12:45-13:00
C. Hoze, M.N. Fouilloux, E. Venot, F. Guillaume, L. Journaux, D. Boichard, F. Phocas, S. Fritz, V. Ducrocq, P. Croiseau. High density chip brings new opportunities for multi-breed genomic evaluations in dairy cattle

13:00-14:30 Lunch

14:30-17.15 Common data set: methods for QTL detection and association analysis - Chairman Nicola P.P. Macciotta

14:30-14:45
G.R. Dashab and M. Rokouei. The effect of Random Haplotype Method on resolution of QTL.
14:45-15:00
V. Riggio and R. Pong-Wong. Regional Heritability Mapping to identify loci underlying genetic variation of complex traits
15:00-15:15
C. Grosse-Brinkhaus, S. Bergfelder, E. Tholen.  Genome wide association analysis of the QTLmas2012 data investigating pleiotropy.
15:15-15:30
G. Minozzi, E.L. Nicolazzi, A. Pedretti, S. Biffani, and J. Williams. Genome Wide Association Analysis of QTLMAS 2012 Data
15:30-15:45
G. Catillo, B. Moioli, F. Napolitano .QTL detection and estimation of their effect using three different methodologies
15:45-16:00
E. García-Gámez, B. Gutiérrez-Gil, J.P.  Sánchez and J.J.  Arranz Association analysis of the MAS-QTLXVI data set using the DMU software package

16:00-16:30 Coffe break

16:30-16:45
O. Demeure, O. Filangi, H.Gilbert, C. Moreno, A. Legarra, J.M. Elsen and P. Le Roy. Linkage analysis of the XVIth QTLMAS dataset using QTLMAP
16:45-17:00
M. Saatchi, R.L. Fernando and D.J. Garrick. QTL mapping and prediction of direct genomic breeding value using 1 Mb SNP windows and Bayesian inference
17:00-17:15
B. Karacaƶren. Association analyses of QTL-MAS 2012 dataset using Generalized least squares, Principal Components and Discordant Sib-Pair Methodologies

20:30 Social Dinner at “Andreini Restaurant” Via Ardoino, 45  07041 Alghero Sassari (Tel. 079 982098)

 

Friday may 25th


9.30:11.00 Common data set: methods for genomic evaluation - Chairman  S. Casu

9:30-10:30 Invited Talk
T. Meuwissen.  Accuracy of Genomic Evaluation
10:30-10:45
J. O. Ogutu, T. Schulz-Streeck, H.-P. Piepho. Efficiency of regularized regression methods for genomic selection.
10:45-11:00
R. Pong-Wong. Estimation of genomic breeding values using the Horseshoe prior

11:00-11:30 Coffee break

11:30-13:30 Common data set: Comparative analysis of results

11:30-11:45
A. Carta, S. Casu, M.G. Usai.  Investigating the nature of SNP effects  on fat and protein contents.
11:45-12:15
- M.G. Usai Simulated data and Comparative analysis of submitted results on QTL mapping and applied methods
12:15-12:45
G. Gaspa Comparative analysis of submitted results on genomic evaluation and applied methods
12:45-13:30
General Discussion

13:30-14:30.   Lunch