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7th September 2010

7th September 2010, 12:30 PM
Location: University of Glasgow, GilmoreHills Campus
Venue: Adam Smith Building, Rooms 915 & 916
Directions: The Adam Smith Buildings is labelled D8 on the map and accessed from Bute Gardens at the top of the Great George Street
Contact: Graham Hamilton and Urmi Trivedi

*Suggested 20 minutes presentations, if you need more time, contact Graham Hamilton:
Time and topic proposed by
12:30 to 13:30 Lunch
13:30 to 13:50 What Tablet does now, David Marshall and Gordon Stephen
13:50 to 14:10 Splice site mapping in cytomegalovirus and adenovirus using RNASeq and a Beowulf cluster, Derek Gatherer
14:10 to 14:40 Tea and coffee
14:40 to 15:20 Using ChIP-chip and ChIP-seq to analyse exon/intron marking by histone modifications, Peter Saffrey

Note: Please add 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 analyse 454 data, then you might want to see a presentation on the best workflows, assembly tools, and parameters.

Confirm name / Vegetarian
Pawel Herzyk
Graham Hamilton
Shaun Webb
David Marshall
Gordon Stephen
Ann Hedley
Derek Gatherer
Le Yu no
Caroline Reiff Yes
Marco Morelli
Zen Lu
Urmi Trivedi Yes
John McClure
Martin McBride
David Martin
James Prendergast
Alison Meynert
Ross Fraser
Timothee Cezard
Gabriela Kalna
Mark Fell
Peter Cock
Frances Turner
Mick Watson
Jon Manning Yes
Stephen BridgettYes
Joe Colgan
Nick Dickens
John Davey Yes
Chris Cole

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