Track 5 - April 21 – 23, 2015
Next-Gen Sequencing Informatics
Advances in Large-Scale Data Analysis and Interpretation
Tremendous advancements have been made to broaden NGS applications from the research to the clinic. In spite of this, enormous challenges for NGS still exist including data storage, processing, scaling, quality control management, and interpretation. Track 5 presents case studies on these challenges. Themes to be covered include database systems to manage and analyze NGS data, analytic tools and workflow solutions, cloud computing and collaborative technologies, and NGS variants & gene mapping and expression.
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Development of Novel Algorithms for Assembly of RNA-Seq Reads into Transcriptomes
Guojun Li, Professor, Mathematics, Shandong University
NGS Data Management at Lilly: Progress towards Standardization
Yuhao Lin, Associate Consultant, Informatics Capabilities, Eli Lilly
Informatics Infrastructure for Secure Access, Visualization and Analysis of NGS Data
Ted Kalbfleisch, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, University of Louisville
Analysis of Ig Deep Sequencing in Humanized Mice
Stefan Klostermann, Ph.D., Senior Principal Scientist, Bioinformatics, Roche Diagnostics
Large-Scale NGS Analysis Using Globus Genomics: Challenges and User Success Stories
Ravi Madduri, Fellow, Computation Institute, University of Chicago and Argonne National Lab
Dinanath Sulakhe, Solutions Architect, Computation Institute, University of Chicago and Argonne National Lab
Sample Aggregation and Analytics in the Post-$1,000 Genome Era
Scott Khan, Ph.D., Vice President, Enterprise Informatics, Illumina, Inc.
The Penetrance of Incidental Findings in Genomic Medicine
Robert C. Green, M.D., MPH, Director, G2P Research Program; Associate Director, Research, Partners Personalized Medicine, Division of Genetics, Department of Medicine, Brigham & Women’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School
Turn-Key Variant Analysis for the Biologist Using the Maverix Analytic Platform
Dan Kearns, Director, Software Development, Maverix Biomics, Inc.