Visualizing Human Genome Variation

A comprehensive, genomic variation graph offers an intuitive view of how human genomes vary Biomedical Computation Review | By Katharine Miller Humans share 99.5 percent of their DNA sequence, but that still leaves plenty of variation to go around. To get a handle on which …

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2017 Assembly: Mapping Open Research Ecosystems

April 20 – 22, 2017 – Seattle, WA Hosted by Sage Bionetworks Sage Assmbly invited speaker David Haussler, UC Santa Cruz Genomics Institute’s Scientific Director, addresses the plenary session with his talk, “Evolution of Concepts in Open Ecosystems – Part 2.” Watch the video here.

[Tues. May 16th, 2017] Genomics Institute Seminar: Siddartha Jain

Siddartha Jain Computer Science Department, Carnegie Mellon University Inferring temporal signaling pathways and regulatory networks, and classifying cell types from high-throughput data Tuesday, May 16, 2017 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM 599 Engineering 2 Abstract Cells need to be able to sustain themselves, divide, and …

Children’s Hospitals Incorporating Genomic Testing

Panelists offer details on research programs using genetic information to diagnose and treat tragic childhood diseases. By Steve Sternberg | Senior Writer Nov. 4, 2016, at 2:47 p.m. Read the full article here  

MinION sequencer

Mini DNA sequencer tests true

By Mary Todd Bergman:
Public access to Oxford Nanopore’s MinION™ USB-attached miniature sensing device enabled an international consortium to evaluate the technology and provide a standard protocol for its use; Preliminary analysis of data generated in five very different laboratories indicates the performance and accuracy of the device is consistently good; Data are freely available for re-analysis and innovation in the Nanopore analysis channel on F1000Research.