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February 10, 2016 - February 13, 2016

Friday, February 12

3:40pm – 4:40pm: Coquina North

Hear about how our platform is enabling customers to uncover critical genomic variation with Linked-Reads, long range whole genomes and exomes, and single cell gene expression analysis on a massive scale:

“Introducing the Chromium system: One system, one workflow, and powerful new sequencing applications”

Michael Schnall-Levin, 10x Genomics

“The power of Linked-Reads in human sequencing applications”

Stacey Gabriel, Broad Institute

“Dissecting the signals of allo-immunity using single cell RNA-Seq on a massive scale”

Scott Furlan, University of Washington

Wednesday, February 10 through Friday, February 12

Del Lago #3

Wednesday, February 10: 2pm – 5pm

Thursday, February 11: 8am – 9am and 12pm – 2pm

Friday, February 12: 8am – 9am and 12pm – 2pm

Saturday, February 13: 8am – 9am and 11am – 1:30pm

Wednesday, February 10

“Diversity and genome analysis”

Deanna Church, 10x Genomics
2:00 – 4:00pm: Palazzo Ballroom

Friday, February 12

“Deep profiling of complex cell populations using scalable single cell gene expression analysis”

Jason Bielas, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
11:00 – 11:20am: Mediterranean Ballroom

“Low cost Linked-Reads yield long range haplotyped human assemblies from a nanogram of DNA”

David Jaffe, 10x Genomics
8:30 – 8:50pm: Mediterranean Salons 6-8

Saturday, February 13

“Beyond the Exome: Phasing and detection of structural variants for the elucidation of complex genotypes”

Hakon Hakonarson, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (Agilent Workshop)
9:20 – 9:40am: Mediterranean Ballroom

“Unique run conditions allow multiplexed phased genomes on the HiSeq X to reveal high-resolution copy number changes and high-quality variant calling”

Shawn Levy, HudsonAlpha Institute for Biotechnology
2:30 – 2:50pm: Mediterranean Ballroom

“Linked-Reads enable reconstruction of highly rearranged loci in cancer”

Marcin Imielinski, The New York Genome Institute

“High quality personal genome characterization using read cloud technologies”

Alex Bishara, Stanford University

“Delineating a Mega-haplotype that spans an entire chromosome arm from primary colon cancer”

Hanlee Ji, Stanford University

“Thrombocytopenia absent radii (TAR) syndrome: Fine resolution of a large chromosome 1 deletion using 10x GemCode technology”

Joe Boland, Cancer Genomics Research Laboratory at the National Cancer Institute

“Genomic and transcriptional evolution of a sarcoma using 10x”

Arend Sidow, Stanford University

“Enhancing 10x Genomics’ GemCode technology platform through optimization of QIAGEN’s HMW sample prep solutions”

Jill Herschleb, 10x Genomics

Thursday, February 11

5:00 – 7:00pm: Coquina North and South

“Unlocking the full power of Linked-Read data”

Alex Wong, 10x Genomics

Thursday, February 11

9:30pm – 1:00am: Presidential Suite #25019


February 10, 2016
February 13, 2016
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