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Topic Authors / presenters Event name Event date
1. High Throughput Sequencing and Cancer Genomics Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center Annual Scientific Meeting February, 2010
2. High-Throughput Gene Sequencing Symposium - Advanced Analytical Technologies: Diagnostic and Therapeutic Applications November, 2009
3. Incorporating Latest Technology into Molecular Epidemiologic Studies Alberta Cancer Board and the International Agency for Research on Cancer: Cohorts and Consortia June, 2009
4. Targeted Resequencing of Twenty-four Loci Implicated in Colorectal Cance Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory. May, 2009
5. Advances in Cancer Genomics American Association for the Advancement of Science: Science Magazine Webinar Series April, 2009
6. American Association of Cancer Researchers: Annual Meeting - Methods Workshop. Single Molecule Sequencing Approaches, Methods, and Applications High-throughput sequencing applications in cancer genomics April, 2009
7. Optimization of Direct Selection on Cancer Genomic Regions Using Multiple Next-generation Sequencing Platforms and Quantitation of AB SOLiD Libraries Using Quantitative PCR Advances in Genome Biology and Technology February, 2009
8. Cancer Genomics Applications of Human Genome Resequencing Genome Quebec and Cambridge Healthtech Institute: Pharmacogenomics Now - Re-sequencing of Human Genes Workshop November, 2008
9. Cancer Genomics at the Ontario Institute for Cancer Research National Research Council of Canada, Biotechnology Research Institute October, 2008
10. Future Directions and Opportunities for Genomics in Biological Research National Science Foundation IBDR: Workshop on Transformative Instrumentation for Biological Research A vision for the Future September, 2008
11. Cancer Genomics at the Ontario Institute for Cancer Research Opportunities for Software Development Intelligent Systems for Molecular Biology Annual International Conference. July, 2008
12. Impact of Next-generation Sequencing on Cancer Genomics Applied Biosystems R&D Seminar Series June, 2008
13. Medical Resequencing: High-Throughput Detection of Sequence Variants Associated with Disease Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory. May, 2007
14. Large-Scale Detection of Sequence Variants Associated with Disease: Resequencing at Baylor College of medicine Human Genome Sequencing Center Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory. May, 2007
15. Genetic Dissection of Idiopathic Generalized Epilepsy Through SNP Discovery in Genes Encoding Ion Channels in Case Control Populations Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory. May, 2007
16. Medical Resequencing at the Baylor College of medicine Human Genome Sequencing Center Advances in Genome Biology and Technology February, 2006
17. Mutation Detection in Hepatocellular Carcinoma Specimens using the 454 GS Pyrosequencing Platform Advances in Genome Biology and Technology February, 2006
18. High-Throughput Gene Rescue by RT-PCR for the Mammalian Gene Collection Advances in Genome Biology and Technology February, 2006
19. High-Throughput Cloning of Full-Length Open Reading Frames Representing Human and Mouse Genes Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory May, 2005
20. Large-Scale RT-PCR Pipeline to Discover Novel Mammalian Genes, Recover Full-Length cDNA Clones and Characterize Genome Complexity Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory May, 2004
21. A Map-Assisted Whole Genome Shotgun Strategy for Sequencing the Histoplasma Capsulatum Genome Advances in Genome Biology and Technology February, 2004
22. A Physical Map of the Mouse Genome Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory May, 2002
23. Integrated Whole Genome BAC Maps Utilizing Restriction Digest Fingerprinting and Overgo Hybridization Plant, Animal and Microbe Genomes X Conference January, 2002
24. Large-scale Mapping and Sequencing Fifth International Scientific Meeting of the Cassava Biotechnology Network November, 2001
25. The Human Genome Project Genome Sequencing Course, National Academy of Sciences sponsorship October, 2001
26. Large-Scale Sequencing of the Mouse Genome Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory May, 2001
27. A Fingerprinted BAC Clone Physical Map of the Mouse Genome Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory May, 2001
28. Mapping and Sequencing the Mouse Genome International Mouse Genome Conference October, 2000
29. A BAC Physical Map of the Human Genome Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory May, 2000
30. Fingerprinted BAC Clones for Sequencing the Mouse Genome Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory May, 2000
31. SNP Detection at the Genome sequencing Center Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory May, 2000
32. Large-Scale Human Genomic Mapping and Sequencing at the Washington University Genome Sequencing Center Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory May, 1999
33. En Route to a Human Chromosome Sequence: Progress on Chromosome 7 Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory May, 1999
34. Sequencing the Mouse Genome Advances in Genome Biology and Technology February, 1999
35. Mapping and Sequencing the Human Genome American Society of Human Genetics Annual Meeting, October, 1998
36. Closing Gaps in the Chromosome 7 Sequence-Ready Map Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory May, 1998
37. Large-Scale Human Genomic Mapping and Sequencing at the Washington University Genome Sequencing Center Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory May, 1998
38. Construction of BAC/PAC COntig Maps Suitable for Large-Scale Sequencing: Early Experience with Human Chromosome7. Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory May, 1997
39. Human Chromosome-Specific cDNA Libraries: New Tools for Gene Identification and Genome Annotation Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory May, 1995
40. The Generation of a Framework STS Map for Human Chromosome 5 Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory May, 1993



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