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Cambridge Next Generation Sequencing Bioinformatics Day II

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Monday 15th March 2010, 9:00am-6:30pm; Room MR2 , Centre for Mathematical Sciences, Wilberforce Road

Discussion workshops on all aspects of bioinformatics for next generation sequencing

Following the success of the Bioinformatics Day in 2009, here is another opportunity for bioinformaticians and those working with next NGS data to do a lot more talking and to share problems and ideas

Click Here For The Official Website

Registration is required

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

Places are limited; registration does not guarantee attendance
Registration includes lunch, tea and wine reception from 5.30-6.30pm

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Whole group discussion: Data Quality Issues

Parallel session 1:

  1. Data Operations
  2. Assembly and Alignment/variant calling

Parallel session 2:

  1. ChIP-seq
  2. Metagenomics/metatranscriptomics

Whole group discussion: RNA -seq


Dr Peter Campbell

Wellcome-Trust Sanger Institute

Annotation of cancer genomes with next-generation sequencing

Sponsored by: Applied Biosystems

Organised by: Simon Andrews (Babraham Institute), Gos Micklem (CCBI), Rory Stark (CRUK Cambridge Research Institute), Mali Salmon (EBI), Krys Kelly (Plant Sciences, University of Cambridge), Justin Pachebat (Plant Sciences, University of Cambridge; IBERS , University of Aberystwyth), Mario Caccamo (TGAC, Norwich), Aylwyn Scally (WT Sanger Institute), Tom Skelly (WT Sanger Institute)

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