Integrative Data Analysis
Rhode Island Convention Center
One Sabin Street
Providence, RI

Schedule of Presentations:

Tuesday, September 23, 2008
12:00:00 New Presentation
12:00:00 New Presentation
12:00:00 New Presentation
12:00:00 New Presentation
12:30:00 Registration
14:05:00 The SOLiD System - Setting New Standards in Genomic Analysis Michael D. Rhodes
14:35:00 True Single Molecule Sequencing™: The Continuing Path to the $1000 Genome Patrice M. Milos
15:20:00 Refreshment Break, Poster and Exhibit Viewing
16:00:00 Diagnostics
16:30:00 Interactive Panel Discussion Kevin Davies
17:30:00 Close of Tech Expo /Short Course Registration
18:30:00 How to do Successful Gene Expression Analysis Using Real-time PCR SHORT COURSES* Jo Vandesompele
Wednesday, September 24, 2008
07:30:00 Breakfast Technology Workshop (Sponsorship Available)
08:30:00 Chairperson’s Opening Remarks
08:40:00 An Integrated Data Warehouse for Biomedical and Translational Research John Quackenbush
09:15:00 Choice of Normalization Algorithm Affects Consistency Between Microarray and RT-PCR in Clinical Samples Balazs Gyorffy
09:45:00 Leveraging Comparative Genomics to Infer-Functional Consequences of Gene Expression Changes: Accelerating Microarray Discovery via Phenomics Annotation Kristopher Irizarry
10:15:00 Morning Coffee, Poster and Exhibit Viewing
11:00:00 Molecular Classification of Gliomas: Let the Data Inform Treatment Jean-Claude Zenklusen
11:30:00 Removing the Hurdles From the Path Towards Personalized Cancer Therapy Zoltan Szallasi
12:00:00 New Presentation
12:00:00 Luncheon Technology Workshop (Sponsorship Available)
14:00:00 Chairperson’s Opening Remarks
14:05:00 Gene Expression Analysis Employing All Reported Protein-Protein Interactions Reveals Abnormal IFN-Beta Expression in Therapy-Nãive Relapsing-Remitting Multiple Sclerosis Hugh Salamon
14:35:00 A Search of Public Gene Expression Microarray Data Identifies Novel Agents That Selectively Eradicate Leukemic Stem Cells Duane Hassane
15:05:00 Analysis and Visualization of Heterogeneous Data in GeneSpring GX Technology Spotlight
15:20:00 Refreshment Break/Poster and Exhibit Viewing (last chance for viewing)
16:00:00 Genomic Diversity, Population Structure, and Signatures of Recent Selection in a Genome-Wide Study of 3,796 Humans Adam Auton
16:30:00 Capturing Exons with Synthetic Oligonucleotide Baits for Next-Generation Sequencing Carsten Russ
17:00:00 Discovery of Useful Epigenetic Biomarkers using MethylPlex Libraries and Genome-Wide Profiling Tools: Cross-Platform Comparison Vladimir Makarov
17:30:00 ChIP-Seq Based Transcription Regulation Mapping of Human Liver and Data Validation by ChIP-DSL & ChIP-qPCR Jeffrey Falk
18:00:00 Close of Day
Thursday, September 25, 2008
07:30:00 Breakfast Technology Workshop (Sponsorship Available)
08:15:00 Successful Statistical Strategies Discussion Groups
09:00:00 Chairperson’s Remarks
09:05:00 Copy Number Variation in Genetic Disorders: New Insights for Diagnostics and Candidate Gene Discovery
09:35:00 Human Genome Structural Variation Project Gregory Cooper
10:05:00 Analysis of Copy-Number Variants in Association Studies for Complex Traits Iuliana Ionita Laza
10:35:00 Morning Coffee
10:55:00 Institution-Wide Copy Number Analysis: Bridging the Gap Between Research and Diagnostics Anton Petrov
11:25:00 Panel Discussion with Morning Speakers
11:55:00 Close of Session
12:15:00 Luncheon Technology Workshop (Sponsorship Available)
14:00:00 Chairperson’s Remarks
14:05:00 Absolute Transcript Counting by Single Molecule Sequencing Tal Raz
14:20:00 Targeted Extraction of Specific Non-Contiguous Loci on Mouse Chromosome 1 for Next-Generation Sequencing with HybSelectTM Daniel Summerer
14:35:00 Real-Time DNA Sequencing Susan H. Hardin
15:00:00 Shotgun Sequencing by Hybridization: Simple, High-throughput and Low Cost Benoit Houle
15:30:00 Panel Discussion
16:00:00 Conference Wrap-up/ Close of Meeting
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