Monday 19th September, 2016
1:00pm to 1:00pm
Biology is an experimental science that is experiencing an explosion of new data. This requires biologists to increase the scale and sophistication of the information technology used for their research.
The conference scope encompasses a wide range of methods for the analysis of these data, including a focus on technologies such as variant-calling, transcriptomic analysis, and variant interpretation, applied to very large genomic data sets. This meeting alternates between Hinxton, UK and Cold Spring Harbor, New York.
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Student rates start from: GBP 312
Academic rates start from: GBP 412
Industry rates start from: GBP 512
Speakers: Janet Kelso MPI-EVA, Germany, Daniel MacArthur Massachusetts General Hospital, USA, Aaron Quinlan University of Utah, USA, Richard Durbin, Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute, UK, Elaine Mardis Washington University School of Medicine, USA, Jessica Chong University of Washington, USA, Meromit Singer Broad Institute, USA, Davis McCarthy EMBL-EBI, UK, Katie Pollard University of California, San Francisco, USA, Anshul Kundaje Stanford Univeristy School of Medicine, USA, Kim Pruitt National Institutes of Health, USA, Alex Bateman EMBL-EBI, UK, Jared Simpson Ontario Institute for Cancer Research, USA, Alicia Oshlack Murdoch Childrens Research Institute, Australia, Curtis Huttenhower Harvard School of Public Health, USA, Alicia Martin Massachusetts General Hospital, USA
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