[Bioc-devel] BioC 2013, July 17 (Developer Day) 18-19: 'Early' registration deadline July 1

Martin Morgan mtmorgan at fhcrc.org
Mon Jul 1 04:14:47 CEST 2013


We're looking forward to an exciting conference. The 'early' registration 
deadline is July 1.


Be sure to share the attached poster with colleagues!

Morning Scientific Presentations

Olivier Elemento Cancer as a Darwinian process: insights from next-generation 
sequencing • Levi Waldron Meta-analysis for prognostic and predictive gene 
signatures of late-stage ovarian cancer • Fabian Gruber Extensive variation in 
chromatin states across human individuals and populations • Josh Akey Tales of 
human history from 6,500 exome sequences • Kasper Hansen A genome-wide look at 
DNA methylation • New this year, short presentations from the Bioconductor 
community: Gregoire Pau; Laurent Gatto; Rory Stark; Matthew McCall; Tim Triche; 
Alejandro Reyes.

Afternoon Bioconductor Software Workshops (tentative)

R / Bioconductor for everyone • Analysis of RNA-Seq differential gene expression 
and exon use with the DESeq2 and DEXSeq • From reads to genes in less than 10 R 
commands • Efficient manipulation of high-throughput sequence data in 
Bioconductor • A pipeline that parallelizes R scripts improves DNA sequence 
alignment and analysis • ReportingTools: an automated result processing toolkit 
for high throughput genomic analyses • Interactive visualization in Bioconductor 
using Epivizr • Reproducible research using RStudio, knitr and git • Developing 
apps with BaseSpaceR • Variant Calling with Bioconductor  • 
Variant-transcription factor-phenotype networks • Discovering gene regulatory 
mutations • minfi and shinyMethyl: winning packages for methylation analysis • A 
Bioconductor pipeline for ChIP-Seq experiments • Differential analysis of 
ChIP-seq data • Cheminformatics of drug-like small molecule data • Accessing 
public data repositories with Bioconductor  • Annotations in Bioconductor • 
RGalaxy / AnnotationHub

See you in Seattle!

Dr. Martin Morgan, PhD
Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
1100 Fairview Ave. N.
PO Box 19024 Seattle, WA 98109

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