NGS Data Management: Sequencing Systems, Storage, and Analysis Print
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Thursday, 26 May 2011 17:55

NGS Data Management: Sequencing Systems, Storage, and Analysis

NGS Data Management convenes hardware/software engineers, database architects, storage managers, systems
     integrators and analysts who are managing the data, as well as biological/medical researchers who are generating
     the sequences and the bioinformaticists who are analyzing and interpreting the data. This program is designed to
     provide perspectives from each specialty, with an emphasis on how they can be integrated into a cohesive,
     comprehensive team to manage the sequencing data deluge.


     Applications of RNA-Seq in Microbial Genomics
     Burkhard Tümmler, Ph.D., Professor, Pediatric Pneumology, Allergology and Neonatology, Hannover Medical School

     Sequence-Based Physical Mapping of Complex Genomes by Whole Genome Profiling
     Jan van Oeveren, Biostatistician, Keygene NV

     On Post-Transcriptional Processes and Their Footprints
     Steve Hoffmann, Ph.D., Junior Research Group, Transcriptome Bioinformatics, Leipzig University


     Clouds and Bioinformatics
     Folker Meyer, Ph.D., Computational Biologist, Institute for Genomics and Systems Biology, Argonne National Lab

     Simplifying Scientific Collaboration with the Cloud     Sponsored by: DataDirect Networks, Inc.
     Detlef Labrenz, Sales Representative, DataDirect Networks, Inc.


     Detecting Common Copy Number Variants in High-Throughput Sequencing Data Using JointSLM Algorithm
     Alberto Magi, Research Fellow, Center for the Study of Complex Dynamics (CSDC), Medical and Surgical Critical Care,
     Careggi School of Medicine, University of Florence

     Exploring the Impact of Rare Sequences in Large Community Data Sets
     Alban Ramette, Ph.D., Research Scientist, Microbial Habitat Group, Max Planck Institute for Marine Microbiology

     Critical Assessment of Transcriptome Assembly Strategies for mRNA-Seq Data
     Andrea Braeutigam, Ph.D., Postdoctoral Associate, Plant Biochemistry, Heinrich-Heine-University of Duesseldorf

10 October

Cloud Computing: Using Cloud Computing Infrastructure as a Service to Aid Research Scientists
Microscopy Imaging Analysis: Quantitative Analysis of Large-Scale Biological Image Data
Visualization of Large-Scale Biological Data
NGS: Data Analysis

Click here for detailed information on the Short Courses.