Next-Generation Sequencing Data Analysis
Deciphering the Sequencing Data Deluge
September 23-25, 2008
Rhode Island Convention Center
Providence, Rhode Island
As new sequencing platforms are capable of generating gigabytes of data in a single sequence run – leading to terabytes of data in an experiment; data storage, transfer, and analysis will unquestionably be the rate limiting steps in turning the new sequence data into knowledge. CHI’s Inaugural Next-Generation Sequencing Data Analysis convenes engineers who are developing the sequencing platforms, biological researchers who are designing and running the experiments, biosatiations who are analyzing and interpreting the data, and software developers who are managing and storing the data. Each specialty provides perspectives and must be integrated into a cohesive, comprehensive team to decipher the sequencing data deluge.
58th Annual Meeting of The American Society of Human Genetics
Tuesday, November 11, through Saturday, November 15, 2008
Pennsylvania Convention Center
The Program Committee has developed an exceptional and exciting program that will provide the highest quality scientific and clinical information to address the needs of our diverse audience. The Committee has worked to balance basic, translational, and clinical research with educational and social issues.
Molecular Genetics of Aging
September 24 – 28, 2008
Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory
Cold Spring Harbor, NY
You are invited to participate in the fourth meeting on the Molecular Genetics of Aging, to be held at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, beginning after dinner at 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, September 24, and concluding with lunch on Sunday, September 28, 2008. The meeting will explore the regulation and function of genes and processes that are now known or suspected to control cellular and/or organismic aging.