The deadline for abstracts submission is extended to midnight *February 26, 2020,*. To attend the symposium, please register for the meeting and submit the abstracts through the online portal on the website Also, please select the name of this symposium when submitting the abstract.
We would like to invite you to present at a symposium ‘Bridging genotype to phenotype: using rainbow trout as a model species‘ in the American Fishery Society (Western Division), annual general meeting. It is hosted in Pinnacle Hotel Harbourfront, Vancouver BC, April 12–16 2020.
The model species are NOT restricted to rainbow trout. You are very welcome to join us for a stimulating discussion if the research fit in the general topic of bridging genotype to phenotype. You can find more detailed descriptions in the symposium poster attached. Our keynote speakers are Dr. Ben Koop and Dr. Shawn Narum. Our invited speaker list includes Dr. Zhongqi Chen, Dr. Erika Eliason and Dr. Jessica McKenzie.
Symposium organizers: Yangfan Zhang, Dr. Tony Farrell, Dr. Trish Schulte
Yangfan Zhang, B.Sc(H), M.Sc., Ph.D. Candidate
President of American Fisheries Society-B.C. Student Subunit.
Chair of Graduate Council Caucus in Graduate Student Society.
Department of Zoology & Applied Animal Biology
Faculty of Land and Food System
University of British Columbia