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Cambridge Next Generation Sequencing Bioinformatics Day 2011

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Monday 28th March 2011, 9:00am-5:30pm; Centre for Mathematical Sciences, Wilberforce Road

Discussion workshops on all aspects of bioinformatics for next generation sequencing

This is the third year of providing an opportunity for bioinformaticians and those working with next NGS data to share problems and ideas

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Registration is required

Academic/non-commercial partipants – £10
Commercial participants – £100

Registration includes lunch, tea and wine reception from 5.30-6.30pm

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Whole group discussion: What can we learn from raw sequence data?

Parallel session 1:

  1. Epigenomics I: Beyond peaks
  2. or
  3. Files, Tools, and Bioinformatics in the Cloud

Parallel session 2:

  1. Epigenomics II: Beyond ChIP
  2. or
  3. Assembly, alignment and variant calling

Whole group discussion: Assaying the transcriptome using RNA -seq


Personal Genomes

Who owns your genome?

Dan McArthur (Reasearch Fellow in Genomics, 1000 genomes project, WT Sanger Institute)
Anna Middleton (Registered Genetics Counsellor and Ethics Researcher, WT Sanger Institute
David Spiegelhalter (Winton Professor of the Public Understanding of Risk, University of Cambridge)

Major sponsor:

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Organised by:

Simon Andrews (Babraham Institute), Krys Kelly (Plant Sciences, University of Cambridge), John Marioni (EBI), Gos Micklem (CCBI), Aylwyn Scally (WT Sanger Institute), Tom Skelly (WT Sanger Institute), Rory Stark (CRUK Cambridge Research Institute), Sarah Teichmann, MRC -LMB

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