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Posters Presented in 2015

Poster Sessions

All posters will be on display for the duration of the conference.

MONDAY APRIL 27, 2015      3:50-5:00 PM
Authors responsible for poster presentations P01, P03, P05, P07, P09, P11, P13, will be available to discuss their posters with conference attendees.           

Session P01
Sample Size Calculation while Controlling False Discovery Rate for Differential Expression Analysis with RNA-Seq Experiment
Ran Bi and Peng Liu – Iowa State University

Session P03
Hierarchical Bayesian Modeling of RNA-seq Data with Stan
Eric Mittman – Iowa State University

Session P05
Hierarchical Modeling and Differential Expression Analysis for RNA-seq Experiments with Inbred and
Hybrid Genotypes
Andrew Lithio and Dan Nettleton – Iowa State University

Session P07
Sample Size, Read Depth, and Power in RNA-Seq Experiments
Jeremiah Rounds – Purdue University

Session P09
mvGST: Multivariate and Directional Gene Set Testing
John Stevens, Dennis Mecham and S Clay Isom - Utah State University
Garrett Saunders – Brigham Young University

Session P11
qgtools: An R Tool for Various Quantitative Genetics Analyses
Jixiang Wu and Karl Glover – South Dakota State University
Johnie Jenkins and Jack McCarty – USDA-ARS

Session P13
Comparison of MINQUE and REML for Linear Mixed Model Analysis
Nan Nan and Jixiang Wu – South Dakota State University

TUESDAY, APRIL 28, 2015      10:00-11:00
Authors responsible for poster presentations P02, P04, P06, P08, P10, P12, P14, will be available to discuss their posters with conference attendees.

Session P02
SimSeq: A Nonparametric Approach to Simulation of RNA-Sequence Datasets
Sam Benidt and Dan Nettleton – Iowa State University

Session P04
A Hierarchical Modeling Strategy for Identifying Gene Expression Heterosis using Parallel Computing with Graphics Processing Units (GPUs)
William Landau and Jarad Niemi - Iowa State University

Session P06
Detecting Differentially Expressed Genes with RNA-seq Data Using Backward Selection to Account for the Effects of Relevant Covariates
Yet Nguyen and Dan Nettleton – Iowa State University

Session P08
RNA-seq Comparison of Two Tissue Sites Responsible for Nutrient Delivery to Developing Maize Kernels
Faye Zheng and R. W. Doerge – Purdue University
Peng Liu, Melissa R. Jaskiewicz, Kwanhee Lee, Byung-Ho Kang, Donald R. McCarty and Karen E. Koch -   University of Florida

Session P10
Breeding Implications of Heteroskedastic Whole-genome Prediction of Genetic Merit
Zhining Ou and Nora M. Bello - Kansas State University
­ Robert J. Tempelman, Juan P. Steibel, Catherine W. Ernst and Ronald O. Bates - Michigan State University

Session P12
Field Design Factors Affecting Perennial Ryegrass Forage Yield Estimation
Raghuveer Sripathi and Michael Casler - University of Wisconsin,
Patrick Conaghan, Animal and Grassland Research and Innovation Centre, Teagasc, Oak Park, Carlow, Ireland
Dermot Grogan, Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine, Davis Street, Tipperary Town, Ireland

Session P14
Small Sample Properties of the two Independent Sample Test for Means from Beta Distributions
Edward Gbur and Kevin Thompson - University of Arkansas