15 – 18 November, 2020

University of Canberra, Australia


The Organising Committee cordially invites you to 23rd International Chromosome Conference at the University of Canberra, nestled within the picturesque bush Capital of Australia, Canberra.

The ICC 2020 will bring together researchers in cytogenetics, genetics, genomics, genome organization and related applied science from biomedical, plant and animal fields. The program will cover following topics: Chromosome structure and nuclear architecture; Specialized chromosomes; Population and evolutionary cytogenetics; Cell division; Chromatin and chromosome dynamics; Genomics and genome organisation; Chromosome and Genome engineering in biomedicine; Applied cytogenetics in agriculture; New technologies in genomics and cytogenetics research.

We are very excited to welcome you all to the beautiful UC campus and hope ICC2020 will provide an opportunity for sharing and combining our knowledge and passion to enrich this discipline further in research and in science education.

Tariq Ezaz, Janine Deakin and Darren Griffin
On behalf of the ICC2020 local organising committee

Keynote Speaker

Jenny Graves
VC’s Fellow & Distinguished Professor,
LaTrobe University, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Plenary Speakers

Tom Misteli

Tom Misteli

NIH Distinguished Investigator

National Cancer Institute, USA

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International Advisory Board


Alexander Grafodatsky,
Ovosibirsk State University,
630090 Novosibirsk, Russia

Kim Hyun Hee, Sahmyook
University, South Korea

Aurora Ruiz Herrera,
Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona, Spain

Andreas Houben,
Leibniz Institute of Plant Genetics and Crop Plant Research, Germany

Pavel Hozak,
Institute of Molecular Genetics, Czech Academy of Sciences, Czech Republic

Cesar Martins,
Sau Paolo State University, Brazil

Ikuo Miura,
Hiroshima University, Japan

Rachael O’Neill,
University of Connecticut, USA

Sally Potter,
Australian National University, Australia

Beth Sullivan,
Duke University School of Medicine, USA

Helen Tempest,
Herbert Wertheim College of Medicine, USA

Paul Waters,
University of New South Wales, Australia

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