How do I contact the organisers?
You can send the organisers a message via our Contact page. You can also follow us on Facebook and Twitter.
How big is the meeting?
Approx 200-240 people would be typical.
What topics are covered within Population Genetics?
The meeting was named “population genetics group” in the 1960s but today’s topics include most areas of evolutionary genetics and genomics. Please see the programmes on the Previous Meetings page for a good idea of usual topics. There is also often a strong thread of theoretical population genetics talks each year.
When and where is Popgroup52?
Popgroup52 will be held at Oxford Brookes University from 3rd – 6th January 2019. You can find more information about the venues for talks and social events on the Venues page.
When does registration close for Popgroup52?
Registration will close on the 30th November 2018.
Will childcare be provided?
We recognise the importance of childcare provision at conferences and are doing our best to provide as much as possible, at as reduced a cost as possible. Please Contact Us if you will require childcare during the conference. Spaces are (unfortunately) limited so please restrict these requests to instances where your attendance depends on spaces being available.
When is the deadline for abstract submission for Popgroup52?
Abstract submission should be made upon registration.
What is the word limit on abstracts this year?
Please limit your abstract to a maximum of 200 words.
What is the format for oral presentations?
Talk slots will be 20 minutes (15 minutes + 5 minutes for questions). There will be up to four parallel sessions.
Can I present both a talk and a poster?
Yes. Just tick both oral presentation and poster when registering. There are spaces to enter separate titles and abstracts for each presentation type.
How much does registration for Popgroup52 cost?
Prices are shown on the Registration page.
How do I register for Popgroup52?
Please see the Registration page for details.
How are talk and poster presentations allocated?
Talks are allocated on a first-come first-served basis (in order of abstract submission) until all possible talk slots are filled.
Where is the recommended accommodation for Popgroup52?
Rooms have been reserved in two Oxford Colleges and can be booked at the same time as registration. Please see the Accommodation page for details. A list of alternative accommodation is also provided.
What size should my poster be for Popgroup52?
Posters must fit on A0 portrait poster boards. Posters will be displayed in the Clerici Building for the duration of the meeting.