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1st June 2010

Tuesday, 1st June 2010
Location:Level 7 Conference Room, Aberdeen University, Institute of Medical Sciences(IMS), Foresterhill, Aberdeen
Parking: TBC
A buffet lunch will be provided between 12:30 and 1:30 in Level 7 Conference Room IMS

Time and topic proposed by
13:15-13:30 The illumina abstract competition, Ian MacLaren-Lee, Illumina
13:30-14:10 Topic on genome re-sequencing, title to be decided, Prof Graham Taylor, Institute of Molecular Medicine, Leeds
14:10-15:00 Estimation of Microbial diversity analysis from Pyrosequencing data, Christopher Quince, Department of Civil Engineering, University of Glasgow
15:00-15:30 coffee break
15:30-16:10 Gene expression and splice variant analysis with RNAseq, Pawel Herzyk, The Sir Henry Welcome Functional Genomics Facility, University of Glasgow
16:10-16:30 Using Illumina reads to see viral quasi-species, Marco Morelli, Division of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of Glasgow

Note: Please add 20 or 40 minute talks to this table based on what you would like to present, or what you would like others to present at this meeting. For example, If you are starting to analyze 454 data, then you might want to see a presentation on the best workflows, assembly tools, and parameters.

Confirm name / Vegetarian
Caroline Reiff yes
Mark Blaxter yes
Chris Janssen
Urmi Trivedi yes
Tony McBryan
Zhenyu Tang
Graham Thomas
Sam Martin
Janice Drew yes
Karen Scott
Elaina Collie-Duguid
Alasdair Mackenzie
Lynne Hocking
Jonathan Pettitt
Graeme Nicol
John Barrow
Graham Hamilton
Bernadette Connolly yes
Debjani Sarkar yes
Georgina Hold
Richard Hansen
Mette Jacobson
Andy Taylor
Mark Fell
Richard Talbot
Zen Lu
Ian MacLaren-Lee
Mike Snow
Sanjeev Kumar Sharma yes
Cecile Rangin
Frances Turner
Marco Morelli
Una McCarthy
Catherine Collins
Iveta Matejusova
Graham Horgan yes
Carol Munro
Jim Prosser
Matthijs Metselaar
Claus Mayer
Perry Barrett
Tony Travis
Sandy Ross
Brajesh Singh
Rebecca Artz yes
Surendra Gelli yes
Julie Turbitt yes
vijay selvaraj yes
zahid naseem yes
Libin Joy
Kim Thompson
Petra Lewis
Ben Elsworth yes

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