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6th April 2012

Tuesday, 6th April 2010
Location: Cramond Room, e-Science Institute, 15 South College Street, Edinburgh
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A buffet lunch will be provided between 12:30 and 1:30 outside the Cramond Room, NeSC

Time and topic proposed by
13.30-14.10 Digital Gene Expression of Trypanosoma brucei gambiense, Glasgow Biomedical Research Centre, University of Glasgow
14.10-14:50 All creatures great and small: Sequencing Veterinary Pathogens, Alistair Darby, Centre of Genomic Research, Liverpool
15:00-15:30 Coffee Break
15:30-15:50 Bob the jungle builder: Bamboo scaffolding - Can he do it?, Tony Travis, Rowett Institute of Nutrition and Health, University of Aberdeen
15:50-16:10 How to identify contamination in a plasmid metagenome (and other questions): A creative exercise, Antonia Mayer, Department of Fundamental Microbiology, University of Lausanne

*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
Urmi Trivedi Yes
Le Yu
Mark Fell
Daniel Swan
Nicola Veitch Yes
Alastair Darby
Louise Evenden
Angie Fawkes
Caroline Reiff Yes
Paul McAdam
Laura Spoor
Ben Elsworth Yes
Peter Cock
Joseph Hughes
M Blaxter Yes
Marco Morelli
David Martin
Antonia Mayer Yes
Micha Bayer
Richard Talbot
Timothee Cezard
Eva Heinz Yes
Annette Macleod
Florian Halbritter
Stephanie Tetelin Yes
Chris Cole
Frances Turner
Tony Travis
Robin Meyborg Yes
Pawel Herzyk
Zen Lu
Marian Thomson
Graham Hamilton
Jon Manning Yes
Sujai Kumar Yes

NextGenBUG is co-ordinated and sponsored by Edinburgh Genomics, The University of Edinburgh's next generation genomics facility.