3D Tissue Models
Festival of Genomics London
ExCeL London
Royal Victoria Dock
London, United Kingdom
Festival of Genomics London
Front Line Genomics
ExCeL London

Royal Victoria Dock


United Kingdom

Schedule of Presentations:

Tuesday, January 30, 2018
06:00:00 New Presentation
06:00:00 New Presentation
10:10:00 Can we fully integrate genomics into the NHS within 5 years? Sobia Raza, Dominic McMullan
10:55:00 Integrating rich biomedical data sets in the era of machine learning & advanced analytics Jane Kaye, Patrick Short, Sofia Olhede, Bissan Al-Lazikani, Paul Agapow
11:00:00 Tracking viruses in space and time Zisis Kozlakidis
11:25:00 Solving the complexity within genomic data analysis with SOPHiA AI
12:00:00 Real-time, Scalable Nanopore Sequencing
13:00:00 Genomics 2017 – This Was Your Year David Smith, Anna Middleton
13:05:00 Autism in the USA: An 18 year journey - A caregiver's perspective from undiagnosed to diagnosed & beyond with genetics
13:10:00 Medicine in the information age Andrew Morris
13:15:00 Building a genetic atlas of (ALL) human population for precision medicine Sean Ennis, Linda Baughn, Damien Lacroix, Eran Elhaik
13:30:00 Making sense of copy number changes Kathryn Jones
13:35:00 Faster results to discovery: adding high-speed data transfer to your cloud applications
13:55:00 Your DNA, your say - public attitudes towards genomic data sharing Anna Middleton
14:00:00 Lawyers, genes, and money: How blockhains can revolutionize genomics (and other 'omics)
14:30:00 Designing software for biologists? Keep it simple stupid!
14:50:00 Improved Quality and reduced effort through automating NGS sample prep
15:15:00 British Heart Foundation Session: Research and delivery in cardiovascular genomic medicine Catalina Lopez-Correa, Krishna Prasad, Ann Daly, Munir Pirmohamed
15:20:00 Omic platforms, molecular libraries, data resources, and AI to unravel disease complexity Chas Bountra
15:40:00 Is clinical genomics financially sustainable
15:45:00 Omics platforms made easy
16:10:00 The Global Alliance for Genomics and Health: Enabling international human data sharing Thomas Keane
21:45:00 What will follow the first one hundred thousand genomes in the NHS? Michael Grant
Wednesday, January 31, 2018
06:00:00 New Presentation
06:00:00 New Presentation
06:00:00 New Presentation
06:00:00 New Presentation
09:35:00 Morning Coffee With Sir John Chisholm
10:00:00 Regulation of genomics and companion diagnostics
10:25:00 What ‘generation genome’ may mean for genetic counsellors Christine Patch
10:35:00 How can you start up and grow a genetics company in the UK? Kath Mackay, Fiona Nielsen, James Peach
10:40:00 Transforming drug discovery and development with an integrated genomics approach Ruth E. March
10:50:00 The Human Cell Atlas: How to build a human Mike Stubbington
11:05:00 A negative result from genomic sequencing: what a genetic counsellor should know
11:15:00 A targeted approach to massively parallel single-cell analysis
11:25:00 Top tips on variant interpretation for counsellors
11:30:00 Genomics and drug discovery John Whittaker
12:50:00 End of the road for short read sequencing?
12:55:00 Finding the needle in the haystack
13:20:00 For patients, with patients: learning from patient experiences to maximise the benefit of clinical genomics Mariana Campos, Beverly Searle
13:35:00 Animal genotyping by NGS: the pitfalls and pearls of an emerging workflow
13:40:00 Leveraging CRISPR/Cas9 to transform drug target discovery Beverley Isherwood
13:50:00 ACGS: Roles in delivering 100KGP and implications for future clinical genomics service Dominic McMullan
14:05:00 ACGS: How Cancer genomes are transforming care
14:50:00 How writing code will realise clinical genomics
15:05:00 Standardisation of variant interpretation and reports
15:15:00 Genome editing: a precision tool for medicine? Sarah Chan, Graham Taylor
15:25:00 Establishing variant pathogenicity in inherited cardiac conditions
15:40:00 Reverse complement PCR: fast, low cost amplicon based NGS
15:55:00 ACGS Session - Question Time Dominic McMullan
22:45:00 Mainstreaming genetics: strife and struggles
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