J. Craig Venter, Ph.D.
Co-founder, Chairman, and Chief Executive Officer, Human Longevity Inc.
Is Perfect Assembly Possible?
Gene Myers, Ph.D.
Founding Director, Systems Biology Center, Max Planck Institute
Finishing Genomes: Why Does It Matter?
Deanna Church, Ph.D.
Senior Director of Genomics and Content, Personalis
De Novo Assembly of a Human Diploid Genome for the Asian Genome Project
Jeong-Sun Seo M.D.,Ph.D.
Director Genomic Medicine Institute, Seoul National University College of Medicine
Founder and Chairman, Macrogen Inc.
PacBio Long Read Sequencing and Structural Analysis of a Breast Cancer Cell Line
W. Richard McCombie, Ph.D.
Professor, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory
|Thursday, February 26, 1:00 p.m. - 2:30 p.m.|
|#54: Observing Heterozygotic DNA Methylation Patterns in
Diploid Genomes using Kinetics Data from the PacBio RS
Yuta Suzuki et al., The University of Tokyo
#66: Coffea Arabica Genome Assembly
Patrick Descombes et al., Nestle Institute of Health Sciences
#69: Construction and Analyses of Near-Complete Genomes
of the Silkworm Bombyx mori
Asao Fujiyama et al., National Institute of Genetics (NIG)
#88: Genometrakr: A Pathogen Databases to Build a Global
Genomic Network for Pathogen Traceback and Outbreak
Marc Allard et al., FDA CFSAN ORS
#132: Sublime Plant Genome Assembly by PacBio Long
Read Whole Genome Sequencing Short Read Whole Genome
Nathalie van Orsouw et al., Keygene N.V.
#156: Clinical Sequencing using Pacific Bioscience RS II
for Tissue Typing in Transplantation, Monitoring of Drug
Resistance in Leukemia and Genetic Diagnosis of Complex
Ulf Gyllensten et al., Uppsala University
|#161: Full-length HIV-1 env Deep Sequencing in a Donor
with Broadly Neutralizing V1/V2 Antibodies
Melissa Laird et al., Pacific Biosciences
#178: Multiplexing Human HLA Class I & II Genotyping
with DNA Barcode Adapters for High Throughput Clinical
Swati Ranade et al.,Pacific Biosciences
#181: Genome in a Bottle: So You’ve Sequenced a Genome,
How Well Did You Do?
Marc Salit et al., National Institute of Standards and Technology
#236: Assembling Large Genomes and Closing Reference
Gaps with Single-Molecule Sequencing
Adam Phillippy et al., National Biodefense Analysis and
#255: Uncovering the Pathogenic Potential of Bacterial
Species in the Vaginal Microbiome
Jennifer Fettweis et al., Virginia Commonwealth University
|Friday, February 27, 5:00 p.m. - 6:25 p.m.|
|#19: Whole Genome Sequencing and Epigenome
Characterization of Cancer Cells Using the PacBio Platform
Jonas Korlach et al., Pacific Biosciences
#60: The Glanville Fritillary Genome Reveals Selective
Chromosomal Fusions in Lepidoptera
Petri Auvinen et al.,University of Helsinki
#89: SMRT® Sequencing of DNA Samples Extracted from
Formalin-Fixed and Paraffin-Embedded Tissues Using
Covaris® Adaptive Focused Acoustics
Primo Baybayan et al., Pacific Biosciences
#102: Automated Microfluidic Sample to Sequence System
for Pathogen Detection
Mark Eshoo et al., Abbott
#104: Complete Resequencing of Extended Genomic
Regions using Fosmid Target Capture and Single Molecule
Real-Time (SMRT®) Long Read Sequencing Technology
Daniel Geraghty et al., Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research
#109: Assembly of Complete KIR Haplotypes from a Diploid
Individual by the Direct Sequencing of Full-Length Fosmids
Richard Hall et al.,Pacific Biosciences
#128: Resolving Genomic Ambiguity: Building a Better
Human Genome Reference and Targeted Diagnostics using
Very Long Reads
Robert Sebra et al., Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai
#144: Sequencing Complex Mixtures of HIV Genomes with
Michael Brown et al., Pacific Biosciences
#158: Is c.413C>T, Thr138Met a Recurrent Mutation in the
Galactose-1-Phosphate Uridyltransferase Gene?
Ed Highsmith, Jr. et al., Mayo Clinic
|#169: A Novel and Efficient Pipeline for Precision-Based
Circulating Tumor DNA Detection in Cancer Patients
John Martignetti et al., Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai
#190: The Genomic Structure of Northern Asian Populations
by Building an Asian Reference Genome
Kap-Seok Yang et al., Macrogen Inc.
#239: On the Value of Reference Quality Genomes: De Novo
Assembly and Structural Variation Analysis of Rice Using
PacBio Long Read Sequencing
Michael Schatz et al., Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory
#252: Classifying Structural Variants for use as a
Benchmark by Integrating Multiple Datasets
Justin Zook et al., National Institute of Standards and
#275: Targeting Unknown Genomic Break Points for a
DNAJB1-PRKACA Fusion using Capture Probes Generated
from Bacterial Artificial Chromosome Libraries
Ryan Demeter et al., The Genome Institute at Washington
#293: An Improved PacBio Iso-Seq Protocol to Sequence
Gene Isoforms Longer than 6 kb
Senem Mavruk Eskipehlivan et al., Cold Spring Harbor
#314: Full-length cDNA Sequencing of Alternatively Spliced
Isoforms Provides Insight into Human Diseases
Tyson Clark et al., Pacific Biosciences
#317: Balancing Act of Transcript Isoforms
Anne Deslattes Mays et al., Georgetown University
#320: Transcriptome Annotation by Long Read and 5’ End
Joshua Levin et al., Broad Institute of MIT & Harvard
Connect With Us in Lanai Suite #189
Visit us Wednesday through Friday to find out how SMRT Sequencing can help
advance your research.
Wednesday: 8:00 p.m. – 11:00 p.m.
Thursday: 3:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m. – 11:00 p.m.
Friday: 3:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Other times available by appointment.
Join us on Friday evening from 9:30 p.m. - midnight for cocktails, hors d’oeuvres, and great conversation.
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Bring your A (or G,T,C) game and join us for some California-style beach volleyball!
Drinks and snacks provided.
When:7:30 a.m. on Thursday and Friday (weather permitting)
Where: At the sand courts behind the Marriott Hotel