Mon Oct 11, 2010 Ad hoc sem. G.Kuhn & R.Dixon


Gerrit Kuhn
Senior Specialist Support SOLiD, Europe, Life Technologies Corporation


Richard Dixon
Senior Specialist Support Bioinformatics – Europe, Life Technologies Corporation

A Practical Look at the SOLiD UHT Sequencing Workflow: From Benchwork to Bioinformatics

Monday October 11, 2010
(please note the length of the seminar; coffee will be served at 15h00)

Auditorium A, Génopode Building

Host : Dr Keith Harshman

Nat Genet.; co-auth.: DAF

Nat Genet. 2009 Dec;41(12):1282-9. Epub 2009 Nov 1.

Comparative genomic and phylogeographic analysis of Mycobacterium leprae.

Monot M, Honoré N, Garnier T, Zidane N, Sherafi D, Paniz-Mondolfi A, Matsuoka M, Taylor GM, Donoghue HD, Bouwman A, Mays S, Watson C, Lockwood D, Khamispour A, Dowlati Y, Jianping S, Rea TH, Vera-Cabrera L, Stefani MM, Banu S, Macdonald M, Sapkota BR, Spencer JS, Thomas J, Harshman K, Singh P, Busso P, Gattiker A, Rougemont J, Brennan PJ, Cole ST.
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Feb 18-19:Lausanne Genomics Days 2010


18.02.2010 – 19.02.2010

Day 1: Genomics in Biology & Medicine

Day 2: Genomics in Ecology & Evolution


Day 1: Genomics in Biology and Medicine

9:25 Welcome address
9:30 Herman Wijnen, University of Virginia, USA Systems of daily time-keeping in Drosophila
10:15 Tom Hudson, Ontario Institute for Cancer Research, CAN Genomic variation and cancer
11:00 Coffee Break
11:30 Patrick Cramer, University of Munich, D Structure-function-system analysis of gene transcription
12:15 Wouter de Laat, Erasmus Medical Center, NL The role of long-range DNA interactions in transcription regulation
13:00 Sandwich Lunch
14:30 Sarah Teichmann, MRC, Cambridge, UK A quantitative view of gene expression and histone modification in mammalian cells
15:15 Andreas Ladurner, EMBL, Heidelberg, D Signaling pathways connecting metabolism to chromatin dynamics
16:30 Farewell
Organizers: Jacques Beckmann, Keith Harshman, Félix Naef and Otto Hagenbüchle

Day 2: Genomics in Ecology and Evolution

9:25 Welcome address
9:30 Laurence Hurst, University of Bath, UK Looking after the neighbourhood: Noise abatement and genome evolution
10:15 Steve Kay, University of California San Diego, USA Large scale biology approaches to circadian transcriptional networks
11:00 Coffee Break
11:30 Joel Levine, University of Toronto at Mississauga, CAN Mechanisms of social behaviour in Drosophila melanogaster
12:15 John Parsch, University of Munich, D The evolution of sex-biased genes and sex-biased gene expression
13:00 Sandwich Lunch
14:30 Johanna Schmitt, Brown University, USA Flowering time signaling pathways in changing natural climates
15:15 David Stern, Princeton University, USA The complex genetics of a trivial morphological difference between species
16:30 Farewell
Organizers: Philippe Reymond, Christian Fankhauser and Laurent Keller