Programme Titles Presenters
Sunday 9 October 2016
07:30-09:00 Registration
Claremont Ballroom
08:00-09:00 Coffee & Pastries
Claremont Ballroom
09:00-09:10 Welcome and Introduction
Empire Ballroom
09:10-10:15 Session 1: Technology
Empire Ballroom
09:10-09:35 The human cell atlas, Emma Lundberg, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden [INV01]
Empire Ballroom
09:35-10:00 Reimagine SequenceSpace, Bill Peck, Twist Bioscience, USA, [INV02]
Empire Ballroom
10:00-10:15 Whole organism lineage tracing by genome editing [ST01]
Empire Ballroom
10:15-10:45 Refreshment break
Claremont Ballroom
10:45-12:05 Session 1: Technology (cont.)
Empire Ballroom
10:45-11:10 The DOE JGI synthetic biology - DNA synthesis science program, Yasuo Yoshikini, Joint Genome Institute, USA [INV03]
Empire Ballroom
11:10-11:35 Unraveling genetic vulnerabilities in cancer cells via combinatorial CRISPR-Cas9 screens, Prashant Mali, University of California San Diego, USA [INV04]
Empire Ballroom
11:35-11:50 3D-reconstruction of spatial transcriptomics data - a novel approach to digital pathology [ST02]
Empire Ballroom
11:50-12:05 A Comprehensive, CRISPR-based Functional Analysis of Essential Genes in Bacteria [ST03]
Empire Ballroom
12:05-13:15 Lunch
Sonoma & Monterey Rooms
13:15-14:10 Session 2: Systems to Mechanism
Empire Ballroom
13:15-13:40 Massively parallel experimental analysis of missense mutations in BRCA1, Lea Starita, University of Washington, USA [INV05]
Empire Ballroom
13:40-13:55 Dissecting cellular population dependencies in a gastric organoid model with high throughput single cell RNAseq [ST04]
Empire Ballroom
13:55-14:10 Method and architecture for predicting effects of cancer-derived kinase domain mutations [ST05]
Empire Ballroom
14:10-14:40 Refreshment break
Claremont Ballroom
14:40-15:35 Session 2: Systems to Mechanism (cont.)
Empire Ballroom
14:40-15:05 Epigenomic Diversity and the Regulatory DNA Landscape, Joe Ecker, Salk Institute, USA [INV06]
Empire Ballroom
15:05-15:20 Biphasic organization of information in protein sequences [ST06]
Empire Ballroom
15:20-15:35 High throughput single cell RNA-seq of human blood generates multi scale Immune profiles [ST07]
Empire Ballroom
15:35-15:50 Poster Teaser
Empire Ballroom
15:50-17:00 Poster session 1
Claremont Ballroom
17:00-18:00 Panel discussion: Driving Life Science Research through Data Science
Empire Ballroom
18:00-19:00 Welcome Drinks Reception
Claremont Ballroom
Monday 10 October 2016
07:00-07:45 Early morning run
08:00-09:00 Registration and Coffee & Pastries
Claremont Ballroom
09:00-10:30 Session 2: Systems to Mechanism (cont.)
Empire Ballroom
09:00-09:25 A defined “structure” for the immune system that reflects immune surveillance & mechanistic processes, Garry Nolan, Stanford University, USA [INV07]
Empire Ballroom
09:25-09:50 Personal Regulome Navigation, Howard Chang, Stanford University, USA [INV08]
Empire Ballroom
09:50-10:15 Harnessing CRISPR/dCas9 for genome regulation and disease modeling, Stanley Qi, Stanford Medicine, USA [INV09]
Empire Ballroom
10:15-10:30 Predicting personalized cancer neoantigens with the capacity for eliciting a T cell response [ST08]
Empire Ballroom
10:30-11:00 Refreshment break
Claremont Ballroom
11:00-11:45 Brendan Frey, University of Toronto, Canada [K01]
Empire Ballroom
11:45-12:35 Session 3: Data Integration
Empire Ballroom
11:45-12:10 Towards a reasoning engine for tailoring healthcare to the individual, Suchi Saria, Johns Hopkins University, USA [INV10]
Empire Ballroom
12:10-12:35 Statistical integration of diverse medical data, Genevera Allen, Rice University, USA [INV11]
Empire Ballroom
12:35-13:50 Lunch
Monterey, Sonoma Rooms
13:50-15:20 Poster session 2
Claremont Ballroom
15:20-16:00 Refreshment break
Claremont Ballroom
16:00-17:20 Session 3: Data Integration (cont.)
Empire Ballroom
16:00-16:25 The cancer cell map initiative, Trey Ideker, University of California San Diego, USA [INV12]
Empire Ballroom
16:25-16:50 Systems Serology Analysis of Immune Response to Viral Pathogens, Doug Lauffenburger, MIT, USA [INV13]
Empire Ballroom
16:50-17:35 Cryo-EM to visualize and understand the functioning of macromolecular assemblies, Eva Nogales, University of California, Berkeley, USA [K02]
Empire Ballroom
19:00-22:30 Meet the Speakers Dinner (Optional Ticketed Event)
The Terrace Room, Oakland
Tuesday 11 October 2016
08:00-09:00 Coffee & Pastries
Claremont Ballroom
09:00-10:15 Session 4: Applications
Empire Ballroom
09:00-09:25 Variation in gene regulatory elements across individuals in health and disease, Judith Zaugg, EMBL, Germany [INV14]
Empire Ballroom
09:25-09:50 Learning to read immunological memory, Harlan Robins, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, USA [INV15]
Empire Ballroom
09:50-10:15 Behind the scenes: Science that drives Illumina’s sequencing chemistry, Molly He, Illumina, USA [INV16]
Empire Ballroom
10:15-10:40 Refreshment break
Claremont Ballroom
10:40-12:50 Session 4: Application (Cont.)
Empire Ballroom
10:40-11:05 Translating a trillion points of data into therapies, diagnostics and new insights into disease, Atul Butte, University of California San Francisco, USA [INV17]
Empire Ballroom
11:05-11:20 A map for how drugs influence the immune system [ST09]
Empire Ballroom
11:20-11:35 Not Just a Black Box: Interpretable Deep Learning for Genomics and Epigenomics [ST10]
Empire Ballroom
11:35-11:50 Applying machine learning and synthetic genes for multidimensional functional antibody engineering [ST11]
Empire Ballroom
11:50-12:05 The Allen Institute for Cell Science- Integrated, multi-scale & spatial-temporal cell biology [ST12]
Empire Ballroom
12:05-12:20 Uncovering collective host-microbiome interactions driving multifactorial disease progression [ST13]
Empire Ballroom
12:20-12:35 Harnessing 'Noise' for Therapy [ST14]
Empire Ballroom
12:50-13:00 Closing remarks
Empire Ballroom
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