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Cambridge Next Generation Sequencing Bioinformatics Day

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Monday 18th May 2009, 8:45am – 6:30pm; Room MR2 , Centre for Mathematical Sciences, Wilberforce Road

Discussion workshops on all aspects of bioinformatics for next generation sequencing

The day is for bioinformaticians and those interested in working with NGS data. Come prepared to do a lot of talking, sharing your problems and ideas with other participants

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The day is free to academics, lunch etc will be provided, but registration is required:

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Employees of companies are welcome attend for a small fee, for this and details on how to sponsor the meeting please contact Justin Pachebat

Keynote Speakers

Dr Ed Green – Computational issues in ancient genomics

Professor David Baulcombe – Dark matter and the dark arts

Discussion Workshops

Data production: Primary pipeline processing: quality scores, multiplexing; Data management: metadata, data storage, data delivery

Alignment: Speed, sensitivity, specificity, alignment formats, repeats, SNPs, indels

Assembly/Structural variation: De novo assemblers, paired end data, integrating data from different technologies, structural variation

Counting and comparing: Peak calling, segmentation, enrichment, differential expression, normalisation, transcriptomics, ChIPseq

Sponsored by: Applied Biosystems, Illumina, Roche, Eagle Genomics, Oxford Journals, Geneservice, Eurofins MWG Operon, Takeda Cambridge Ltd.

Organised by: Gos Micklem (CCBI), Rory Stark (CRI), Mario Caccamo (EBI), Zamin Iqbal (EBI), Krys Kelly (Plant Sciences), Justin Pachebat (Plant Sciences), Aylwyn Scally (WT Sanger Institute), Tom Skelly (WT Sanger Institute)

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