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Cambridge Area Sequencing Informatics Meeting VIII (2016)

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Monday 11th April 2016, 09:00-17:30, Centre for Mathematical Sciences, Wilberforce Road, Cambridge, CB3 0WA

CASIM VIII is an opportunity for people in the Cambridge Area who work on sequencing data to get together to share their experiences. The CASIM meetings are founded on a high level of interaction between attendees – this isn’t a meeting where you sit and listen to people give talks – you are strongly encouraged to participate in each session.

Registration is required

The registration fee of £17.50 (for academic/non-profit/starving-startup attendees) includes tea/coffee breaks, lunch and a wine reception from 17:30-18:30

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Reproducibility Workshop follow up: Gord Brown and Ines de Santiago

Discussion 1: Buggy science: improving bioinformatics software quality, led by John Davey and Gord Brown with Jennifer Liddle and Irina Colgiu

Discussion 2: 3D genomics, led by Tim Stevens with Robert Beagrie and Paula Freire Pritchett

Rising Stars Talks: Chaired by Avazeh Ghanbarian

Discussion 3: Hot topics in transcriptomics, led by Irene Papatheodorou and Catalina Vallejos, with Angela Goncalves and Davis McCarthy

Discussion 4: Analysis of cancer genomes, led by Geoff Macintyre

Keynote Speaker

Josh Quick

University of Birmingham

Ebola to Zika: portable nanopore sequencing for outbreak surveillance

Organised by:

John Davey (Zoology), Avazeh Ghanbarian (Stem Cell Institute), Krys Kelly (Plant Sciences), Irene Papatheodorou (EBI), Ines de Santiago, Rory Stark & Gord Brown (CRUK Cambridge Institute), Aylwyn Scally (Genetics), Tim Stevens (LMB)

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