[Bioc-devel] BioC 2013: Talks and Workshops

Martin Morgan mtmorgan at fhcrc.org
Fri Jun 14 19:47:02 CEST 2013


The conference schedule continues to mature, with a nearly complete line-up of 
scientific talks and workshops. The early registration deadline is July 1; 
neighboring hotels are filling up quickly.

Please distribute the attached poster to interested 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.

Afternoon Bioconductor Software Workshops

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 • 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 / 

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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