Thursday, July 12, 2012-Friday, July 13, 2012
|Goncalo Abecasis (University of Michigan)||Eric Banks (Broad Institute)|
|Ines Barroso (Sanger Center)||Michael Boehnke (University of Michigan)|
|Andrew Clark (Cornell University)||Judy Cho (Yale University)|
|Nancy Cox (University of Chicago)||Richard Durbin (Sanger Center)|
|Hyun Min Kang (University of Michigan)||Sekar Kathiresan (Broad Institute)|
|Augustine Kong (deCode Genetics)||Jan Korbel (EMBL)|
|Debbie Nickerson (University of Washington)||Gil McVean (University of Oxford)|
|Molly Przeworski (University of Chicago)||John Novembre (UCLA)|
|Dan Roden (Vanderbilt University)||Shaun Purcell (Mount Sinai)|
|Yingrui Li (BGI)||Jay Shendure (University of Washington)|
|Cisca Wijmenga (University of Groningen)|
The 1000 Genomes Community Meeting is meant to showcase advances made by the 1000 Genomes Project, both with respect to methods for generation and analysis of sequence data and in our understanding of human genetic variation. In addition to discussing how 1000 Genomes Project data and methodology is advancing our understanding of human disease, whether in studies that use 1000 Genomes Project data as a reference or in other studies that are applying population sequencing and other project technologies to large samples, to highlight cutting edge sequencing studies and technologies in humans and finally to generate discussion and lay the ground work for the next round of community resource sequencing projects.
Registration is required. Since lecture seating is limited, early registration is encouraged.
This event will take place on
Thursday July 12, 12:00 P.M.-8:00 P.M. and
Friday, July 13, 8:00 A.M.- 6:00 P.M.
University of Michigan Ross School of Business
701 Tappan Street, Ann Arbor, MI 48109