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June 12-13, 2013 MAGIC Populations Workshop

Keynote: Karl Broman, University of Wisconsin-Madison MAGIC Design

Population Descriptions

Colin Cavanagh, CSIRO: Wheat

Catherine Howarth, University of Aberystwyth: Oats

Jens Leon, University of Bonn: Barley

Laura Pascual-Banuls, INRA: Tomato

Hei Leung, IRRI: Rice

Paula Kover, University of Bath: Arabidopsis

Stuart Macdonald, University of Kansas: Drosophila

Richard Mott, Wellcome Trust Centre for Human Genetics: Mouse and Rat


Oliver Stegle, European Bioinformatics Institute: RNASeq/Expression analysis in Arabidopsis

Ian Mackay, NIAB: MAGIC wheat in the UK: not just for mapping

Marco Scutari, University College London: Graphical models for genomic selection

Fred van Eeuwijk, University of Wageningen: Mixed models for QTLxE in multiparent populations

John Hickey, Roslin Institute: Genotype Imputation

Emma Huang, CSIRO: Imputation of low-coverage sequencing

Lessons Learned

Stephanie Thepot, INRA: A highly recombinant and multi-parental MAGIC population for genetic mapping in wheat

Wiebke Sannemann, University of Bonn: Comparison of mapping approaches in the MAGIC population in barley

Pierre Dubreuil, Biogemma: The development of a MAGIC population for QTL detection in maize

Alain Charcosset, INRA: Connected biparental populations in European maize

Richard Mott, WTCHG: Low-coverage sequencing of MAGIC and other populations

Stuart Macdonald, University of Kansas: Dissecting complex trait variation with the Drosophila Synthetic Population Resource

Amelie Baud, WTCHG: Rat MAGIC-Did having the sequences of the founders allow identification of the causal variants?


Matteo Dell'Acqua, Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna di Pisa From mice to maize: a multiparental population for fine mapping in Zea mays