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CGR Seminar List

for period 12 July to 6 August 2010

Tuesday 13 July
10:00-10:45 Caccamo, M (BBSRC)
  Sequencing Technologies cheaper, faster and better Meeting Room 2, CMS
10:45-11:30 Lunter, G (Wellcome trust Centre for Human Genetics)
  From calling bases to calling variants: experiences from the analysis of Illumina sequencing data Meeting Room 2, CMS
11:40-12:25 Taylor, J (CSIRO)
  Looking under the hood; profiling genome function with sequencing Meeting Room 2, CMS
13:30-14:10 Donnelly, P (University of Oxford)
  Whole-genome sequencing for medical and population genetics Sem 1
14:10-14:50 Caccamo, M (BBSRC)
  Challenges behind crop resequencing Sem 1
14:50-15:30 Clark, A (University of Cornell)
  Modeling allele-specific expression from RNA-seq data Sem 1
16:00-16:30 Green, P (University of Washington, Seattle)
  Next-generation data analysis Sem 1
16:30-17:00 Irizarry, R (Johns Hopkins University)
  What the 1000 genomes project tells us about systematic bias and batch effects in sec-gen data Sem 1
17:00-17:30 Song, Y (UC Berkeley)
  Model-based base-calling and de novo error correction algorithms for short-read sequencing Sem 1
Wednesday 14 July
09:00-09:30 Albers, C A (Cambridge)
  Calling small indels in the 1000 Genomes low-coverage and high-coverage pilots Sem 1
09:30-10:00 Durbin, R (Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute)
  Efficient construction of overlap assemblies using suffix array based methods Sem 1
10:00-10:30 Iqbal, Z (University of Oxford)
  Reference-free analysis of genetic variation Sem 1
11:00-11:30 Marchini, J (University of Oxford)
  Genotype imputation with thousands of genomes Sem 1
11:30-12:00 Abecasis, G (University of Michigan)
  Sequencing 1000s of Human Genomes Sem 1
12:00-12:30 Kong, A (DeCode genetics)
  Phasing SNPs and sequences Sem 1
16:00-16:30 Campbell, P (Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute)
  Analysis of whole cancer genomes Sem 1
16:30-17:00 Shah, SP (BCCRC)
  Statistical models for inference of SNVs in cancer genomes Sem 1
17:00-17:30 Down, T (University of Cambridge)
  Deconvolving the epigenome: analysis strategies for genome-wide studies Sem 1
Thursday 15 July
09:00-09:30 Pickrell, J (University of Chicago)
  Understanding variation in mRNA processing with RNA sequencing Sem 1
09:30-10:00 Jiang, H (Stanford University)
  Estimating Isoform-Specific Gene Expression Using Paired-End RNA-Seq Sem 1
10:00-10:30 Marioni, J (University of Chicago)
  De novo assembly and evolutionary analyses of liver-expressed genes in 16 mammal species Sem 1
11:00-11:30 Faulkner, G (University of Edinburgh)
  Transposed element RNAs detected by massively parallel sequencing Sem 1
11:30-12:00 Coin, L (Imperial College London)
  Integration of sequence and array data in a population and haplotype-based model of SNPs and CNVs Sem 1
12:00-12:30 McCarroll, S (Harvard University)
  Population-based analysis of genome structural variation using broad, highly parallel population sequencing Sem 1
16:00-16:30 Parkhill, J (Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute)
  Population genomics of bacterial pathogens Sem 1
16:30-17:00 Falush, D (University College Cork)
  Microevolutionary analysis of metagenomic data Sem 1
17:00-17:30 Kwiatkowski, D
  Using next-gen sequencing to get at the genetic architecture and dynamics of Plasmodium falciparum populations Sem 1
Friday 16 July
09:30-10:00 Pastinen, T (McGill University)
  Cis-regulatory SNPs (cis-rSNPs) altering transcription detected by allelic expression (AE) mapping Sem 1
10:00-10:30 Plagnol, V (University College London)
  Allele specific expression analysis using high throughput DNA sequencing Sem 1
10:30-11:00 Taylor, J (CSIRO)
  Genome-wide characteristics of sequence coverage by next-generation sequencing: how does this impact interpretation? Sem 1
11:30-12:00 Gottardo, R (University of British Columbia)
  A statistical framework for the analysis of ChIP-Seq data Sem 1
12:00-12:30 Odom, D (University of Cambridge)
  Species specific transcription in mice carrying human chromosome 21 Sem 1
12:30-13:00 Park, P (Harvard University)
  Identification of enriched regions in ChIP-seq and whole-genome sequencing data Sem 1
Tuesday 03 August
14:00-14:40 Bentley, D (Illumina)
  Should I sequence my genome now? Sem 1
14:40-15:20 Carter, N (Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute)
  DECIPHER and opportunities and challenges for clinical genetics of next gene sequencing Sem 1
15:20-16:00 Nelson, M (GlaxoSmithKline)
  Prospects for pharmacogenetics in a genome-sequencing era Sem 1
16:30-17:15 McVean, G (Oxford)
  The 1000 Genomes Project and challenges in population-scale sequencing Sem 1
17:15-18:15
  Panel Discussion Sem 1
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