GCD and IGES joint Symposium on Big Data Analytics for Genetics in Personalised Medicine 2017

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  • The Genomics of Com­mon Dis­eases (GCD) com­mit­tee and the Inter­na­tional Genetic Epi­demi­ol­ogy Soci­ety (IGES) are pleased to announce a joint sym­po­sium titled “Big Data Ana­lyt­ics for Genet­ics in Per­son­alised Med­i­cine”.

    The inte­gra­tion of large-​scale human genomics and dis­ease phe­no­types data is offer­ing new oppor­tu­ni­ties for per­son­alised med­i­cine. The joint sym­po­sium will focus on recent devel­op­ments in ana­lyt­i­cal tools and resources that are facil­i­tat­ing big data inte­gra­tion, explo­ration, and usage in med­i­cine. It will offer a plat­form for sci­en­tists inter­ested in learn­ing and shar­ing inno­v­a­tive tools and inter­faces that improve up-​to-​date access to genetic data for mak­ing clin­i­cal decisions.

    The sym­po­sium will offer a valu­able train­ing ground and rich learn­ing expe­ri­ence for stu­dents and trainees, and pro­vide net­work­ing oppor­tu­ni­ties for sci­en­tists across dis­ci­plines rel­e­vant to com­plex trait analy­sis and human dis­eases. It will be rel­e­vant for clin­i­cians, research sci­en­tists, bioin­for­mati­cians and data users inter­ested in inte­grat­ing genomic results into the clin­i­cal setting.

    This event will be held at the Well­come Genome Cam­pus in Hinx­ton, Cam­bridge, United King­dom on 9 Sep­tem­ber, 2017; fol­low­ing the GCD con­fer­ence (68 Sep­tem­ber) and prior to the IGES meet­ing (911 Sep­tem­ber).

    Keynote speakers

    • George Davey – Smith Uni­ver­sity of Bris­tol, UK
    • Haky Im – Uni­ver­sity of Chicago, USA
    • Heidi Rehm – The Broad Insti­tute, USA
    • Peter Robin­son – The Jack­son Lab­o­ra­tory, USA
    • Kim­berly Sieg­mund – Uni­ver­sity of South­ern Cal­i­for­nia, USA

    Sci­en­tific sessions

    • Advances in quan­ti­ta­tive and com­pu­ta­tional methods
    • Devel­op­ment of bio­log­i­cal data ontolo­gies, query­ing and classification
    • Cura­tion and valid­ity of gene – dis­ease association
    • Inte­grat­ing large-​scale genomic and phe­no­typic data
    • Ana­lyt­ics of high through­put sequenc­ing data

    Sym­po­sium Committees

    The GCD sci­en­tific pro­gramme committee

    • Orli Bah­call – Nature, USA
    • Wendy Bick­more – Uni­ver­sity of Edin­burgh, UK
    • Peter Camp­bell – WTSI, UK
    • Aravinda Chakravarti – Johns Hop­kins Uni­ver­sity School of Med­i­cine, USA
    • Sekar Kathire­san – Mass­a­chu­setts Gen­eral Hos­pi­tal, USA
    • Teri Mano­lio – National Human Genome Research Insti­tute, USA
    • Nicole Soranzo – Well­come Trust Sanger Insti­tute, UK
    • Kyle Vogan – Nature Genet­ics, USA

    The IGES sci­en­tific pro­gram committee

    • Emmanuelle Bouzigon – Uni­ver­sité Paris-​Diderot, France
    • Josée Dupuis – Boston Uni­ver­sity, USA
    • Inke König – Uni­ver­sität zu Lübeck, Germany
    • Andrew Mor­ris – Uni­ver­sity of Liv­er­pool, UK
    • Guil­laume Pare – McMas­ter Uni­ver­sity, Canada
    • Jaya Satagopan – Memo­r­ial Sloan Ket­ter­ing Can­cer Cen­ter, USA
    • Eleanor Wheeler – Wel­come Trust Sanger Insti­tute, UK
    • Chih-​Chieh Wu – National Cheng Kung Uni­ver­sity, Japan

    Con­fer­ence organiser

    • Laura Hub­bard – Well­come Genome Cam­pus, UK
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