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From: "Hao Cheng" <qtlchengucdavis.edu>
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To: Members of AnGenMap <angenmapanimalgenome.org>
Subject: Invitation to Join the FAANGPrediction Task Force
Date: Tue, 14 Nov 2023 13:30:08 -0600

Dear all,

We invite you to enhance your engagement with the FAANG consortium by joining
the FAANGPrediction Task Force. As a member, you will receive regular
updates, notifications of forthcoming events, and have the opportunity to
engage in discussions about the ongoing projects and strategic direction of
FAANGPrediction. The main aim of the Task Force FAANGPrediction is to
contribute to unlocking the potential of the generated functional genomics
data in practice. To achieve this, FAANGPrediction will facilitate exchange
and collaboration between quantitative geneticists working on genomic
evaluations and the implementation of genomic prediction models, molecular
geneticists, and bioinformaticians involved in any aspects of using
functional genomics information such as SNP-level functional annotation and
individual-level intermediate omics traits (e.g., transcriptomics,
metabolomics).

Please follow the steps below to join the Task Force:

For current FAANG members:
1. Log in to your account.
2. Navigate to "Manage/Elect your membership".
3. Select the “FAANGPrediction Task Force" option.

For non-FAANG members:
1. Visit FAANG.org to register for membership.
2. Once registered, log in to your account.
3. Follow the aforementioned steps to add the FAANGPrediction Task Force to
   your membership.

Should you have any questions or require further assistance, please do not
hesitate to reach out to us.

Thank you for considering this opportunity to contribute to advancements in
animal genomics through the FAANGPrediction Task Force.

Regards,

Hao Cheng, Associate Professor, University of California, Davis, USA
Daniela Lourenco, Associate Professor, University of Georgia, USA
Mario Calus, Associate Professor, Wageningen University & Research, Netherlands


 
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