Domain Chairs:

Prof. Michael Duchen and Dr Paola Oliveri

Domain Coordinator:

Dr Matt Wakelin

Web Administrator:

Ed Whitfield

Events

UCL Life Sciences Domain and UCL Genetics Institute will be holding a Next Generation Sequencing Conference on Tuesday 26th March 2013 at the Institute of Child Health. The event is free of charge however you are required to book tickets for all relevant sessions (morning session is only open to UCL staff and postgraduate students and must be booked with UCL email address).

The full programme is below, to reserve your tickets and further information please visit:

http://ngsconference.eventbrite.com/

Morning Session (UCL staff & postgraduate students only)

10:00-10:30     Registration/Tea & Coffee (The Balcony)
10:30-10:35  Welcome & Introduction
10:35-11:00  The role of the UCL Genetics Institute to support the analysis of high throughput sequence data Vincent Plagnol (UCL) 
11:00-11:25  RNA analysis at UCL Genomics Mike Hubank (UCL) 
11:25-11:50  Targeted sequencing with Fluidigm at Barts and the London Genome Centre Charles Mein (QMUL) 
11:50-12:30  High throughput genomics on Plants, Pathogens,People and Populations at the Liverpool Centre of Genomic Research

Neil Hall 

(University of Liverpool)

12:30-13:30  Lunch (Winter Garden) 


Afternoon Session (Open to all)

13:00-13:30 Registration (The Balcony)
 
13:30-13:05 Welcome & Introduction
 
13:35-14:10 Simultaneous deep resequencing and genotyping at immune disease GWAS genes
David van Heel (QMUL)
14:10-14:30 Sponsor Talk: Ingenuity
 
14:30-15:05 A genomic approach to mutation discovery in rare muscle diseases
Daniel MacArthur (MGS-Broad Institute)
15:05-15:35
Tea and Coffee (Winter Garden)
 
15:35-16:10 Understanding human inflammatory and infectious diseases through genetics
Jeffrey Barrett (WTSI)
16:10-16:30 Sponsor talk:llumina
 
16:30-17:10
Genomics, ENCODE and infrastructure
Ewan Birney (EBI)

17:10- 18:30 Wine reception (Open to all, Winter Garden & Balcony)