David Haussler, 2015 Dan David Prize Laureate A short video on David Haussler shown at the 2015 Dan David Prize Award Ceremony
David Haussler, University of California Santa Cruz – Stanford Big Data 2015
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Molecular Characterization for Diagnoses and Treatment
David Haussler, UC Santa Cruz Computational Cancer Biology
David Haussler (UC Santa Cruz / HHMI): What Can We Learn From Sequencing Our Genomes Talk Overview: David Haussler explores the question, “What information is hidden inside your genome?” By comparing the sequenced genomes of different organisms, researchers can identify changes in the genetic code that led to specific evolutionary innovations in the past. The implications for medicine and biology are profound. However, as Haussler mentions, more computational talent is required to analyze such a large number of genomes, especially as more genomes continue to be sequenced at such a rapid pace.
The Human Genome Collaboration is the New Competition | Dr. David Haussler | TEDxSantaCruz Dr. David Haussler shares the compelling story about the race between private and public entities to complete the first DNA sequencing of the human genome. What is the significance of providing the world with the first open source sequenced genome and the accompanying Genome Browser tool? Only the opportunity for scientists and medical professionals around the globe to collaborate in ways that are producing gene therapies previously thought impossible… and more.
Dockstore, developed by the Cancer Genome Collaboratory, is an open platform for sharing Docker-based tools described with the Common Workflow Language used by the GA4GH.