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Cambridge Area Sequencing Informatics Meeting VII (2015)

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Wednesday 18th March 2015, 09:00-17:30, Centre for Mathematical Sciences, Wilberforce Road, Cambridge, CB3 0WA

CASIM VII 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.

For two of this year’s sessions we would like input from people in advance. Please look at the following link and email your comments or examples to

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Registration is required

The registration fee of £10 includes tea/coffee breaks, lunch and a wine reception from 17:30-18:30

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Discussion 1: Sequence Alignment and Assembly, led by Aylwyn Scally and John Davey

Discussion 2: Bloopers Q & A, led by Simon Andrews and Tim Stevens

Rising Star Talks: Chaired by Jelena Aleksic and Richard Smith-Unna

Discussion 3: Clinical Genomics, led by Rory Stark and Misha Kapushesky

Discussion 4: Reproducibility, led by Gord Brown

Keynote Speaker

Dr John Marioni

European Bioinformatics Institute

Computational Challenges in single-cell transcriptomics

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Organised by:

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

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