3D Tissue Models
Leena Peltonen School of Human Genomics
Wellcome Genome Campus

Hinxton, United Kingdom
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Leena Peltonen School of Human Genomics
Wellcome Genome Campus Advanced
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Wellcome Genome Campus
Hinxton
United Kingdom

Schedule of Presentations:

Sunday, August 21, 2016
15:30:00 Registration & afternoon tea, Conference Centre Reception
16:50:00 Welcome and opening by Manolis Dermitzakis
17:00:00 Session 1: Metabolic traits and Diabetes Mark I. McCarthy
17:25:00 Student 1
17:35:00 Questions and discussions
17:45:00 Functional analysis of GWAS loci for metabolic traits Karen Mohlke
18:10:00 Student 2
18:20:00 Questions and discussions
18:30:00 Welcome drinks – Hinxton Hall foyer & lawn
19:30:00 BBQ dinner
Monday, August 22, 2016
07:30:00 Breakfast
09:00:00 Session 2: Functional variation and eQTLs Alexis Battle
09:25:00 Student 3
09:35:00 Questions and discussion
09:45:00 From eQTLs to regulatory networks and disease aetiology Manolis Dermitzakis
10:10:00 Student 4
10:20:00 Questions and discussion
10:30:00 Morning coffee / student groups to meet and discuss ideas for end of school presentation
11:15:00 Session 3: Association studies of the immune system Carl Anderson
11:40:00 Student 5
11:50:00 Questions and discussion
12:00:00 When you know you’ve found the one: fine-mapping to single variant resolution Jeff Barrett
12:10:00 Student 6
12:15:00 Expanding the Mendelian View Richard Gibbs
12:20:00 Questions and discussion
12:30:00 Lunch
13:30:00 One Plus One Equals Zero Nicholas Katsanis
13:55:00 Student 7
14:05:00 Questions and discussions
14:40:00 Student 8
14:50:00 Questions and discussions
15:00:00 ONE TO ONE MEETINGS
16:00:00 Afternoon tea
16:30:00 Session 5: Omics and disease interpretation Eleftheria Zeggini
16:55:00 Student 9
17:05:00 Questions and discussion
17:15:00 Genetics and epigenetics of hematopoiesis and immunity Nicole Soranzo
17:40:00 Student 10
17:50:00 Questions and discussion
18:00:00 Group Presentation work/Freetime
19:00:00 Drinks reception
19:30:00 Dinner
Tuesday, August 23, 2016
07:30:00 Breakfast
09:00:00 Large-scale genomic approaches to interpreting human genetic variation Daniel MacArthur
09:25:00 Student 11
09:30:00 The genetics of obesity – going beyond common genotypes and common phenotypes Ruth Loos
09:35:00 Questions and discussion
09:45:00 Lessons from rare disease analyses: Why sharing counts
09:55:00 Student 16
10:10:00 Student 12
10:30:00 Group photo (Tutors and students – all must be present)
10:35:00 Morning coffee
11:15:00 Large scale, population based biobanks: rapidly advancing our understanding of female reproductive health
11:40:00 Student 13
11:50:00 Questions and discussion
12:00:00 Using population biobanks to empower gene discovery and advance public health
12:10:00 Student 14
12:20:00 Questions and discussion
12:30:00 Lunch
13:30:00 Session 8: Microbiome variability Cisca Wijmenga
13:55:00 Student 15
14:05:00 Questions and discussions
14:15:00 ONE TO ONE MEETINGS with afternoon tea
15:15:00 Group Presentation work/Freetime
16:30:00 Free time in Cambridge
18:30:00 Drinks Reception at Queens College
19:30:00 School Banquette at Queens College
22:00:00 Coach departs for the Wellcome Genome Campus
Wednesday, August 24, 2016
07:30:00 Breakfast
07:30:00 Breakfast
09:00:00 Free time/ presentation preparation for students
10:15:00 a connection to drug discovery Paul de Bakker
10:40:00 Student 17
10:50:00 Questions/Discussion
11:00:00 Morning coffee
11:30:00 Session 10: Technology
12:30:00 Lunch with the Sponsors
13:30:00 Session 11: Publishing/Article review session
14:30:00 ONE TO ONE MEETINGS
15:30:00 Final presentation preparation for students Afternoon tea for the sponsors & school tutor
16:30:00 Groups presentations Group Presentation Question - How will Genomics have changed in 15 years’ time?
18:30:00 Drinks reception
19:30:00 Dinner
Thursday, August 25, 2016
06:00:00 New Presentation
07:30:00 Breakfast
09:00:00 Genomic views of gene regulation in vivo Len Pennacchio
09:25:00 Student 18
09:35:00 Questions and discussion
09:45:00 Two n-of-1 problems in male infertility: human genome interpretation and functional validation in mouse
10:10:00 Student 19
10:20:00 Questions and discussion
10:30:00 Morning coffee
11:15:00 Accelerating a Virtuous Cycle — Rapid Translation of Biobank Discovery Nancy J. Cox
11:25:00 Student 20
11:35:00 Questions and discussion
11:45:00 Group presentation awards & wrap up
12:00:00 Lunch
13:00:00 Departures
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