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Cambridge Area Sequencing Informatics Meeting VI (2014)

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Monday 29th September 2014, 09:00-18:00, Centre for Mathematical Sciences, Wilberforce Road, Cambridge, CB3 0WA

This is a discussion meeting for bioinformaticians and those interested in working with sequence data. Please come prepared to share your ideas and experiences.

Registration is required

The registration fee of £10 includes tea/coffee breaks, lunch and a wine reception from 4.30-6.00pm

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Discussion 1: Local Computational Resources and Issues, led by Misha Kapushesky, Aylwyn Scally and David Jackson

Discussion 2: Long Read / New Technologies, led by Rory Stark and David Jackson

Rising Stars 1: Data Analysis and Data Sharing Methods, chaired by Richard Smith-Unna

Discussion 3: Single Cell Sequencing, led by Simon Andrews, Boris Adryan and Misha Kapushesky

Rising Stars 2: Sequencing Applications in Health and Disease, chaired Jelena Aleksic

Keynote Speaker

Dr Tim Stevens

Laboratory of Molecular Biology, University of Cambridge

Using Hi-C to Determine 3-D structures of whole genomes in single cells

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Organised by:

Boris Adryan (CSBC), Jelena Aleksic (WT/MRC Stem Cell Institue), Simon Andrews (Babraham Institute), David Jackson (WT Sanger Institute), Misha Kapushesky (Genestack), Krys Kelly (Plant Sciences), Gos Micklem (CCBI), Aylwyn Scally (WT Sanger Institute), Richard Smith-Unna (Plant Sciences), Rory Stark (CRUK Cambridge Institute)

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