2015 The Biology of Genomes Accepted Talks and Posters Announced

The Biology of Genomes 2015(#BOG15), one of the most anticipated conferences in genomics, organized at and by Cold Spring Harbor Lab, NY announced the list of accepted talks and posters. The BOG 2015, starts on 5th May and ends on 9th May 2015, features over 50 talks and over 330 posters selected from submitted abstracts.

The 2015 meeting will address DNA sequence variation and its role in molecular evolution, population genetics and complex diseases, comparative genomics, large-scale studies of gene and protein expression, and genomic approaches to ecological systems. Both technologies and applications will be emphasized. In addition there will be a special session on the ethical, legal and social implications of genome research.

The keynote addresses at this year’s Biology of Genomes will be by
George Davey Smith, University of Bristol, UK and Francis S. Collins, National Institutes of Health.

As usual, this year’s BOG was also over-subscribed before the official abstract deadline and many were wait listed and possibly not selected.

Here is the list accepted talks at #BOG15

  1. Antonarakis, S.E. Single cell allele-specific expression (ASE) in trisomy 21
  2. Baharian, S. Population structure in African-Americans
  3. Baslan, T. Single cell portraits of breast cancer heterogeneity
  4. Berthelot, C. Evolution of gene regulation in 20 mammals
  5. Boettiger, A.N. Super-resolution imaging of chromatin nano-structure reveals tight coupling of epigenetic state and 3D genome organization
  6. Bomblies, K. Meiotic adaptation to whole genome duplication
    Breschi, A. Constraints in gene expression across tissues and species
  7. Brewer, D. Analysis of the genetic phylogeny of multifocal prostate cancer identifies multiple independent clonal expansions in neoplastic and morphologically normal prostate tissue
  8. Cai, N. The mitochondrial response to stress
  9. Chesi, A. BMD loci underlie developmental determination of ethnic differences in skeletal fragility across populations due to selection pressures
  10. Churchman, S. Visualizing human transcription at nucleotide resolution using native elongating transcript sequencing
  11. Clark, A.G. Marsupial-specific genomic imprinting in the opossum, Monodelphis domestica
  12. Claussnitzer, M. Mechanistic basis and causality analysis of single-nucleotide variant underlying the FTO obesity locus reveals new pathway for tissue-mitochondrial thermogenesis regulation in adipocytes
  13. Davies, R.W. The evolution of PRDM9 motifs in humans and mice
  14. De Gorter, M.K. Whole genome sequencing of diverse human populations resolves causal regulatory variants
  15. de Groot, T.E. A 3D tissue culture platform to investigate drug resistance in multiple myeloma
  16. Di Rienzo, A. Genome-wide association and local ancestry analyses of high-altitude adaptations in Tibetans
  17. Dickel, D.E. Large-scale in vivo enhancer deletion with CRISPR/Cas9
  18. Dive, C. The versatility of circulating tumour cells in lung cancer – biomarkers, biology and mouse models
  19. Dowell, N.L. The evolution of rattlesnake venom
  20. Flint, J. Sparse whole genome sequencing identifies susceptibility loci for major depressive disorder in Han Chinese women
  21. Fu, Q. An early modern human with a recent Neandertal ancestor
  22. Gibbs, R.A. The spectrum of human disease mutations in > 5,000 clinical exome sequencing cases
  23. Gifford, D.K. A DNA code governs chromatin accessibility
  24. Goncalves, A. Inter-individual variation in epigenetic marks between human induced pluripotent stem cell lines
  25. Harland, C. Frequency of mosaicism points towards mutation prone early cleavage cell divisions
  26. Hayes, B.J. Genomic prediction from whole genome sequence data in cattle
  27. Howrigan, D.P. New insights into schizophrenia risk from a genome-wide study of CNV in 41,321 subjects
  28. Huntley, M. A 3D map of the human genome at kilobase resolution reveals principles of chromatin looping
  29. Knowles, D.W. Detecting gene-by-environment interactions using allele specific expression
  30. Layer, R.M. Exploration of genetic variation and genotypes among millions of genomes
  31. Lo, D. High resolution size profiling of plasma DNA—Biology and clinical applications
  32. Maekawa, S. Analysis of RNA decay factor mediated RNA stability contributions on the RNA abundance
  33. Marioni, J. Computational challenges in single-cell biology and applications in mammalian development
  34. Martin, H.C. Insights into sex chromosome evolution from whole-genome sequencing of platypus
  35. Meyer, H.V. Understanding cardiac structure and function in humans using 4D imaging genetics
  36. Moffitt, A. Integrative genomics with exome, transcriptome and whole genome sequencing of human and murine T cell lymphomas reveal novel subtypes associated with clinical outcome
  37. Pai, A.A. Global shifts in isoform usage in response to infection suggest concerted regulation by transcriptional and RNA processing mechanisms
  38. Petukhova, G. Hotspots of recombination initiation in the mouse genome
  39. Ponting, C.P. Identifying disease-associated genetic variants affecting vitamin D receptor binding—A ChIP-Exo study
  40. Price, A.L. Better, faster, stronger—Mixed models and PCA in the year 2015
  41. Raj, A. Thousands of novel translated open reading frames and dually coded regions accurately inferred using ribosome footprinting data
  42. Rebolledo-Jaramillo, B. Maternal age effect and severe germline bottleneck in the inheritance of human mitochondrial DNA
  43. Rodgers-Melnick, E. Open chromatin reveals the functional portion of the maize genome
  44. Rotival, M. Linking immune responsive regulatory variation and population adaptation to pathogen pressure
  45. Salmén, F. Spatial transcriptomics—A method for gene expression analysis of multiple regions within whole tissue sections
  46. Singhal, S. A fine-scale map of recombination rates and hotspots in the zebrafinch genome
  47. Sõber, S. RNA-seq analysis of placental transcriptional landscape in normal and complicated pregnancies
  48. Soranzo, N. The interplay of genomes and epigenomes in hematopoietic development and cardiovascular disease
  49. Tukiainen, T. Population-scale and single-cell RNA sequencing provide insight into the pattern of X chromosome inactivation across human tissues
  50. Viñuela, A. The genetic regulatory landscape of the human pancreatic islet transcriptome
  51. Willis, J.H. Genetic analysis of parallel local adaptation to serpentine and mine soils in Mimulus

 

Here are the list of loads of interesting posters

  1. Ablorh, A. Components of breast cancer heritability in a multi-ethnic targeted sequencing study
  2. Aboukhalil, R. Ginkgo—Uncovering copy-number variations in single-cell sequencing data
  3. Aboukhalil, R. When is enough enough? Single-cell analysis of tumor biopsies
  4. Abyzov, A. Spectrum of somatic variations in healthy skin fibroblasts
  5. Aguet, F. Benchmarking of splice isoform quantification methods for RNA sequence data
  6. Aguiar, D.C. A statistical framework for modeling genetic data as haplotype cluster graphs with application
  7. to haplotype phasing, association mapping, and whole-genome compression
  8. Aguiar, V. Expression and eQTL mapping of HLA genes in large-scale RNAseq assays
  9. Akagi, K. Human papillomavirus induces focal genomic instability and disrupts cancer-causing genes in primary oral cancers
  10. Alfoldi, J.E. Canine lymphoma and melanoma somatic analysis reveals the power of dog breed structure to inform human disease
  11. Andres, A.M. Exome data shows that demography and mating behavior shape the accumulation of deleterious alleles in bonobos.
  12. Andrews, S. Cell surface interactor sequencing (CSI-seq) reveals novel features about invasive cancer cell phenotypes
  13. Asp, M. Massive spatially resolved in situ gene expression analysis in developing heart tissue sections
  14. Aswad, L. Genome wide prognostic analysis stratifies breast cancers into three reproducible subclasses determined by novel genetic grading signatures
  15. Avigdor (Erlanger), B. Metaplastic breast cancer—Genealogy of intertwined tumor subtypes
  16. Avila-Arcos, M.C. Assessment of whole genome capture methodologies on single- and double-stranded ancient DNA libraries from Caribbean and European archaeological human remains
  17. Aviran, S. Optimization of RNA secondary structure prediction from chemical mapping data in Arabidopsis
  18. Babb, R. A first generation spider silk gene catalog from the golden orb-weaver (Nephila clavipes) genome
  19. Baker, C.L. Multimer formation explains allelic suppression at PRDM9 hotspots
  20. Barbadilla, A. Mapping genome selection onto embryo development in Drosophila melanogaster
  21. Barreiro, L.B. Macrophages from African and European populations respond differently to bacterial infection
  22. Bar-Yaacov, D. RNA-DNA differences in the mitochondrial 16S rRNA are conserved among vertebrates and affect cell growth
  23. Barzine, M.P. Integration of independent human RNA-seq and proteomics datasets – a feasibility study
  24. Batini, C. Contrasting patterns in the high-resolution variation of uniparental markers in European populations highlight very recent male-specific expansions
  25. Battle, A. Transcriptome-wide regulatory networks reveal coordinated control of splicing and expression
  26. Batut, P. Comparative gene expression analysis reveals deep conservation of non-coding transcription in Drosophila
  27. Batzoglou, S. Read clouds uncover variation in complex regions of the human genome
  28. Batzoglou, S. Reveel—Large-scale population genotyping using low-coverage sequencing data
    Baughman, K. Genome analysis of the corallivorous starfish Acanthaster planci reveals conservation between echinoderms and chordates
    Beck, T.F. Is Sanger sequencing still a gold standard?
    Bertl, J. A site specific model of the neutral mutation probability for whole-genome cancer data
    Blokzijl, F. Tissue-specific patterns of somatic mutation
    Boryn, L.M. Genome-wide quantitative assessment of enhancer activities in human cells by STARR-seq
    Boyko, A.R. Allelic heterogeneity and epistasis in the genomic architecture of canine body size
    Brandt, D.Y. Genetic differentiation at loci under strong balancing selection—HLA loci in human populations
    Bray, N. Ultrafast accurate RNA-Seq analysis
    Brown, A.A. Discovery of cross tissue and tissue specific eQTL by deconvolving RNA-seq data from a multi-tissue dataset
    Brown, S.N. Building SuperModels—Aa review of emerging computational avatars for precision medicine
    Bryc, K. Inference of individual-level admixture dates
    Buil, A. Evaluation of the genetic regulation across tissues in a twin cohort
    Bukowski, R. Construction of Zea mays haplotype map
    Busch, W. Dissecting quantitative regulation of root growth using systems genetics
    Byrnes, A.E. Multi-sample isoform quantification in GTEx RNA-seq data
    Caceres, M. Large-scale genotyping of polymorphic inversions in the human genome
    Cagan, A. Identification of genetic changes underlying tameness in domestic animals
    Campbell, C.R. A genomic assessment of population structure and sex-based migration in an endangered non-model primate genus, Microcebus
    Cannon, M.V. Genome-wide epigenetic reprogramming during normal postnatal development of the liver
    Cao, H. Mapping the “dark matter” of genome—Long repeats, complex structural variations and their biological relevance
    Carelli, F. Retrogenes illuminate dynamics of new gene structure and regulatory evolution in mammals
    Carlson, J.E. Identifying regional variation and context dependence of human germline mutation using rare variants
    Carmi, S. The time and place of European gene flow into Ashkenazi Jews
    Carninci, P. Functional screening of lncRNA—Towards the FANTOM6 project
    Casale, F. Joint modelling of multiple traits and variant sets increases power and yields new insights in the genetic architecture of complex traits
    Casillas, S. Global analysis of human polymorphic inversions from the InvFEST database
    Charlier, C. NGS-based reverse genetic screen for embryonic lethal mutations compromising fertility in livestock
    Chen, L. Analysis of rRNA sequences from RNA-Seq data for taxonomic survey of microbial communities
    Chen, S. Development and analytical validation of a Pharmacogenomics Ion AmpliSeq sequencing assay covering 138 variants and CYP2D6 CNV
    Cheng, H.H. Fine mapping of QTL using allele-specific expression SNPs demonstrates that genetic resistance to Marek’s disease is predominantly determined by transcriptional regulation
    Chesi, A. The role of GWAS-implicated type 1 and type 2 diabetes loci in the pathogenesis of latent autoimmune diabetes in adults (LADA)
    Chiang, C. Fast and scalable structural variation analysis for large-scale genome sequencing projects
    Clarke, L.E. The International Genome Sample Resource—Beyond the 1000 Genomes Project
    Corominas, M. Gene expression without canonical chromatin marking in developmentally regulated genes
    Cotsapas, C.J. Immune-mediated disease GWAS risk variants are not consistent with eQTL data
    Cusanovich, D. Massively parallel single cell profiling of chromatin accessibility by combinatorial indexing
    Cutcutache, I. Exome-wide sequencing shows low mutation rates and identifies novel mutated genes in seminomas
    Czyz, A.K. The new Illumina Truseq* Exome Enrichment Kit optimized for less oxidative damage, higher enrichment efficiency and higher uniformity of coverage
    D’Antonio, M. Identification of driver mutations in non-coding regulatory elements in breast cancer
    Dapas, M. Comparative study of gene isoform expression estimates using RNA-Seq, exon-array, and RT-qPCR platforms in glioblastoma multiforme
    Datta, J. Multiresolution nonparametric Bayesian cluster detection and association testing for whole genome sequencing studies with applications in primary immune deficiency study
    Davis, B.W. Post-domestication genomics of canine populations
    Davis, J. Regulatory variation and the genomic context of allele-specific expression
    de Jong, S. Linkage and sequencing in a Brazilian bipolar family with 111 mood disorder cases
    De La Vega, F.M. Genome data aggregation and exchange across distributed genomic data repositories
    de Santiago, I. Baal-ChIP—Allele-specific ChIP-seq analysis from cancer cell lines
    Decker, B. Under the radar—Survival strategies of an ancient clonally transmissible canine tumor
    Delaneau, O. Genetic control of chromatin in a human population
    Di Sera, T.L. vcf.iobio—A visually driven variant data inspector and real-time analysis web application
    Didion, J.P. Genetic and epigenetic signatures of gene regulation specific to type 2 diabetes-relevant tissues
    Dobin, A. Sequencing of full-length RNA transcripts on the Oxford Nanopore platform
    Docampo, E. Prioritizing likely causative genes in GWAS identified risk loci for immune-mediated inflammatory disorders using cell-type specific eQTL information
    Doering, D.T. Insights into the consequences of sequence divergence using high-throughput pooled allele replacements
    Druet, T. Higher male than female recombination rate in cattle is controlled by genetic variants effective in both sexes
    Durbin, R. 65,222 whole genome haplotypes from the Haplotype Reference Consortium and efficient algorithms to use them
    Durkin, K.W. Improving proviral integration site detection with high throughput sequencing
    Engelhardt, B. Effects of trans-eQTLs across many human tissues in the context of regulatory networks
    Eory, L. Avianbase—Enabling comparative genome analyses of birds
    Excoffier, L.G. The expansion of human populations out of Africa might have led to the progressive build-up of a recessive mutation load
    Fagny, M. Human epigenomic variation is driven by historical and recent changes in habitat and lifestyle
    Farias, F.H. Targeted high throughput sequencing identifies novel disease candidate genes for systemic lupus erythematosus in Swedish patients
    Farrell, A.R. RUFUS—Reference free variant detection
    Fei, S.S. Patient-specific factors influence somatic variation patterns identified by whole genome sequencing of independent tumors from von Hippel-Lindau disease
    Franca, G.S. Investigating the influence of the genomic context on expression and evolution of the human miRNAs
    Frank, C.L. HDACi-induced differentiation of myelogenous leukemia results in targeted chromatin accessibility changes
    Fraser, A.G. Natural variation in gene expression and the impact on mutant phenotypes
    Fregel, R. Assessing the genetic impact of the Indian Ocean slave trade—Genomic ancient DNA data from two historical cemeteries in Mauritius
    Gaffney, D. The Human Induced Pluripotent Stem Cell Initiative (HIPSCI)—Multi-omic cellular genetics on hundreds of iPS lines
    Gagneur, J. Negative feedback buffers effects of regulatory variants
    Gallego Romero, I. A panel of induced pluripotent stem cells from chimpanzees—A resource for comparative functional genomics
    Gao, C. Sexual dimorphism in gene co-expression networks
    Gardner, E.J. The Mobile Element Locator Tool (MELT)
    Garimella, K.V. Hypothesis-free detection of genetic novelty arising from de novo mutations and recombination reveals the structural plasticity of the malaria genome
    Gerstein, M.B. BrainSpan atlas of the developing and adult human brain transcriptome
    Giacomello, S. Spatial single-cell transcriptomics reveals gene expression regulation in the development of angiosperm and gymnosperm leaf primordia
    Giannopoulou, E. The role of H3K27 in IFNg-mediated gene expression
    Giannuzzi, G. Human-specific gene evolution and diversity of the chromosome 16p11.2 autism CNV
    Gibbs, R.A. Clan genomics—Rare variants in complex disease revealed from whole exome sequencing
    Gignoux, C. Design and implementation of the next generation of genome-wide association studies with the multi-ethnic genotyping array
    Giner-Delgado, C. Evolutionary history and selective pressures acting on human polymorphic inversions
    Gitter, D.M. Privacy and informed consent in an era of computational genomics—A comparative analysis of Iceland and the United States
    Glastonbury, C.A. Utilizing gene expression to uncover genotype-dependent effects of BMI in multiple tissues
    Gloeckner, G. Genome and development evolution in Amoebozoa
    Goeke, J. Distinct classes of endogenous retroviral elements mark the cell populations in human preimplantation embryos
    Gokcumen, O. The evolution and functional impact of human stuctural variants shared with archaic hominin genomes
    Green, R.E. A simple and powerful new approach for generating and improving genome assemblies
    Gularte Mérida, R. Identifying signatures of paternal transgenerational genetic effects on mouse transcriptomes
    Gurtowski, J. Error correction and de novo assembly of Oxford Nanopore Sequencing
    Hall, B. A network ensemble of microRNA and gene expression in ovarian cancer
    Hallast, P. Great ape Y chromosome diversity reflects social structure and sex-biased behaviours
    Handsaker, B. Large multiallelic copy number variation in humans
    Harbison, S. Uncovering single nucleotide polymorphisms affecting sleep duration in Drosophila using artificial selection
    Hariharan, M. Transcriptome dynamics during mouse embryonic brain development
    Harrow, J.L. Tissue-specific identification of lncRNAs in mammalian genomes using targeted RACEseq and Capture Seq
    Hastie, A. De novo assembly and structural variation discovery in in human disease and non-disease state genomes using extremely long single-molecule imaging
    Havrilla, J. Using the landscape of genetic variation in protein domains to improve functional consequence predictions
    He, Y. Dynamic DNA methylation landscape during mouse embryonic brain development
    Herrero, J. Functional analysis of the ETV6/RUNX1 fused gene in ALL
    Himmelbach, A. Chromosome-scale scaffolding of the map-based reference assembly of barley by chromatin interactions
    Hinrichs, A. The Annotation Integrator—A new way to combine data sources underlying the UCSC Genome Browser
    Ho, Y. Exploring breast cancer heterogeneity through low-input RNA-Seq data in ductal carcinoma in situ (DCIS)
    Hoehe, M.R. Multiple haplotype-resolved genomes reveal population level gene and protein diplotype patterns.
    Hong, E.L. Tracking data provenance at the ENCODE DCC
    Hupalo, D.N. Population genomics of a global sample of 200 Plasmodium vivax malaria parasites
    Iakoucheva, L. Spatiotemporal expression of alternatively spliced isoforms in the developing human brain
    Im, H. Probing the biological mechanisms of complex trait etiology via genetically predicted endophenotypes
    Infante, C.R. Limb loss and the evolution of appendage enhancers in snake genomes
    Irish, J. Characterizing the complete metagenome, including high GC/AT microbial members
    Itoh, K. Theoretical analysis indicates human genome is not a blueprint but a storage of genes, and human oocytes have an instruction
    Iyer, V.R. Non-coding somatic mutations and regulatory variation in the glioblastoma genome
    Jaffe, D.B. Affordable phased genome reference sequences
    Jager, M. The mutational landscape of human adult stem cells in culture
    Jensen, J.M. Assembly and analysis of 200 complete HLA haplotypes
    Jiang, S. Comparative genomic analysis reveals the evolutionary dynamics of NRSF binding across four mammalian species
    Jin, Y. TEtranscripts—A package for including transposable elements in differential expression analysis of RNA-seq datasets
    Kahles, A. SplAdder—Integrated quantification, visualization and differential analysis of alternative splicing
    Kalita, C. Deciphering functional mechanisms for non-coding genetic variants associated with complex traits
    Karczewski, K. LOFTEE—Improving the discovery of protein-truncating variants in human genes
    Kazmar, T. Genome-wide identification of enhancers at high resolution in Drosophila S2 cells suggests the existence of functional enhancer cores
    Kellis, M. Epigenomics of common, rare, and somatic variants underlying disease and cancer.
    Khurana, E. Computational identification of noncoding cancer drivers from whole-genome sequencing data
    Kilpinen, H. Gene expression variation in human induced pluripotent stem cells
    Kim, D. Centrifuge—Rapid and sensitive classification of metagenomic sequences
    Kim, D. Testing the genomic enrichment of common and rare copy number burden associated with autism
    Kim, S. GRD—Curated genomic-based 16S ribosomal RNA gene database
    Kircher, M. Computational and functional assessment of non-coding mutations in the human genome
    Kitts, P. Genome data at NCBI–easier access, more formats, improved presentation
    Kober, K.M. Genetic and clinical predictors of CD4 recovery during suppressive cART—WIHS
    Kober, K.M. Genome-wide signals of positive selection in strongylocentrotid sea urchins
    Kölling, N. Quantitative genetics of gene expression during Drosophila melanogaster development
    Korlach, J. Putting the W’s back into whole-genome, whole-transcriptome & whole-epigenome sequencing
    Korn, J.M. Genetic landscape of preclinical models compared to primary tumors
    Kremling, K. eQTL analysis of maize kernels to discover functional regulatory variation
    Krerowicz, S. Supported lipid bilayers to turn genomic science into materials science
    Kropornicka, A.S. A dynamic framework for metabolic engineering of the branched-chain amino acid biosynthesis pathway in Escherichia coli
    Kukurba, K.R. The X effect—Regulatory variation between the sexes
    Kumar, R.D. A panel of novel statistical tests identifies tumor suppressors and oncogenes from pan-cancer genome sequencing data
    Kural, D. Tumor-normal genome analysis via personalized graph references
    Lajoie, J.M. Variable lymphocyte receptor-based glycoproteomics of the blood-brain barrier
    Lam, E. Towards understanding the genomic architecture of cancer genomes
    Lawrie, D.S. Accelerating Wright-Fisher simulations on the GPU
    Lea, A. A flexible mixed effects model framework for differential DNA methylation analysis
    Lee, D.H. A graph-based framework for unified identification of short and structural genetic variants in whole-genome sequencing data
    Lee, H. Developmental enhancers revealed by extensive DNA methylome maps of zebrafish embryos
    Lee, W. A graph genome reference significantly improves variant calling
    Leha, A. Inter-individual variation in cellular imaging data between induced pluripotent stem cell lines from 157 donors
    Lemmelä, S.M. Sciatica in Finnish study populations—Role of low frequency variants
    Levin, L. LEMONS—A tool for the identification of splice junctions in transcripts of vertebrates lacking reference genomes
    Li, J. Characterizing polymorphisms of Factor VIII gene in the 1000 Genomes
    Li, J. Mutation signature and intratumor heterogeneity of esophageal squamous cell carcinoma in a Chinese cohort
    Li, R. Integration of genetic and functional genomics data to uncover chemotherapeutic induced cytotoxicity
    Li, Y. Tracking the effects of human genetic variation through the gene regulatory cascade
    Lin, Y. Comparison of normalization and differential expression analyses using RNA-Seq data from 726 individual Drosophila melanogaster
    Lincoln, S.E. You may have sequenced, but how well did you do?
    Liu, D. Unveiling the genetic and causal relations between nicotine and alcohol dependence via large scale meta-analyses
    Liu, Z. Genome adaptation of industrial yeast tolerance in Saccharomyces cerevisiae against lignocellulosic biomass conversion inhibitors
    Lowdon, R.F. DNA methylation dynamics in pigment cell development
    Lowry, D.B. A genomic view of local adaptation
    Lu, F. Assembling maize inbred CML247—The maize pan-genome takes off
    Luca, F. Systematic identification of GxE determinants of gene expression
    Luo, Y. The brachiopod genome of Lingula anatina provides insight into the evolution of lophotrochozoans and calcium-phosphate-based biomineralization
    Lyon, G.J. Discovery and genetic characterization of new neuropsychiatric syndromes from family-based studies
    MacArthur, D.G. Integrated analysis of protein-coding variation in over 60,000 individuals
    MacGilvray, M.E. Phospho-proteomic analysis of Saccharomyces cerevisiae regulatory mutants reveals novel regulator-target interactions important for NaCl stress response
    Maciuca, S. A compressed suffix array implementation of a population reference graph, with applications to P. falciparum
    Makarov, V. Two novel library preparations for somatic mutation detection and hypomethylation profiling of circulating, cell-free DNA
    Mariman, R. Genetic risk variants for IBD shape the gut microbiome in healthy individuals
    Marth, G.T. IOBIO—Interactive, visually driven, real-time analysis of genomic big data
    Mathieson, I.N. Eight thousand years of natural selection in Europe
    McCurdy, S. Gene expression contains population structure
    Mehta, T.K. Evolution of modulatory regulatory programs in tissue-specific expression of cichlids
    Melé, M. The human transcriptome across tissues and individuals
    Miller, C. gene.iobio—A streamlined, web application for investigating potential, disease-causing variants
    Minkoff, B.B. Rapid phosphoproteomic effects of ABA on wildtype and ABA receptor-deficient Arabidopsis mutants
    Mishmar, D. The secrets of a two-billion-years marriage—Mito-nuclear coevolution affects protein-protein interactions, human health and speciation
    Mishra, T. Integrative personal omics profiling (iPOP) during weight gain and loss
    Montgomery, S.B. Rare non-coding variation in a population isolate from Sardinia
    Mostafavi, S. Deriving the regulatory network controlling the transcriptional response to IFN-I
    Motai, Y. Estimating subnuclear bodies as holes and cavities in the 3D shape of DNA
    Moxon, S. PAREnet—A tool for degradome assisted discovery and visualization of small RNA/target interaction networks
    Moyerbrailean, G.A. Which genetic variants in DNase I sensitive regions are functional?
    Mudge, J. Improvements to GENCODE are transforming the interpretation of variation
    Muerdter, F. Co-factor dependencies of transcriptional enhancers
    Munch, K. Incomplete lineage sorting reveals prevalence of selective sweeps in great ape evolution
    Musharoff, S. Modeling population size changes leads to accurate inference of sex-biased demographic events
    Nagaraja, R. Genome sequencing elucidates Sardinian genetic architecture and augments GWAS findings—The examples of lipids and blood inflammatory markers
    Nakaki, R. Hetero-DGF—A novel algorithm to decompose heterogeneous binding footprints of transcription factors
    Nattestad, M. PacBio long read sequencing and structural analysis of a breast cancer cell line
    Navarro, A. A genome-wide exploration of the antagonistic pleiotropy theory of senescence supports its role in shaping human ageing and disease
    Nelson, D. Exploring population structure through large pedigrees
    Nelson, J. Investigating axolotl regeneration via single cell transcriptomics
    Nolte, M.J. Evolution of gene expression in giant island mice
    Nunes, K. Excess of African ancestry in the MHC region of a rural Brazilian admixed population
    O’Connell, J.M. Quality control and phasing pipelines for thousands of high-coverage WGS samples
    Okula, A. Comparing statistical approaches for biologically binned variants for association analysis of low frequency variants
    Ollila, H.M. Analysis of HLA loci in narcolepsy
    Onda, H. Human disease—Finding the best mouse model
    Pacheco, N.L. Aberrant astrocyte maturation contributes to Rett syndrome pathogenesis
    Park, J. The identification of genetic markers for extrathyroidal extension in papillary thyroid cancer
    Parker, S.C. Diverse molecular profiling maps of skeletal muscle reveal mechanistic insights about type 2 diabetes
    Parts, L. Multiplex evaluation of programmable CRISPR/Cas9 transcription factors using competitive growth assays in yeast
    Parts, L. Y10k—A powerful yeast mapping population of 10,000 full genome sequenced and densely phenotyped diploid individuals
    Paschall, J. The European Genome-Phenome Archive—A multi-site database service for controlled-access data archiving of individual level -omics data
    Patil, A. Identification of pathogen-specific response pathways in activated immune cells using a systems biology approach
    Pendergrass, S.A. eMERGE Phenome-Wide Association Study (PheWAS) identifies clinical associations and pleiotropy for functional variants
    Pendergrass, S.A. Low frequency variant PheWAS analysis for lipid genes
    Persi, E. Compositional order alterations during cancer evolution revealed by pan-cancer genomic and proteomic analysis
    Pique-Regi, R. Single cell gene expression response to glucocorticoids
    Powell, T.R. Investigating the molecular underpinnings of human hippocampal neurogenesis and the effects of antidepressants
    Puig, M. Functional impact and evolution of a novel human polymorphic inversion that disrupts a gene and creates a fusion transcript
    Qiao, Y. Real-time monitoring of disease progression by longitudinal analysis of tumor subclone structure in refractory breast cancer patients
    Qin, P. Denisovan ancestry in East Eurasian and Native American populations
    Qu, W. Assessing cell-to-cell DNA methylation variability on individual long reads
    Rabionet, R. Identification of genes involved in functional recovery after stroke through exome sequencing of extreme phenotypes
    Rajagopalan, D. Characterizing subclonal evolution in lymphoma
    Ramachandran, S. Novel probabilistically interpretable methods for identifying and localizing targets of selective sweeps
    Ramani, V. Spatial resolution of RNA structures by proximity ligation
    Ramaswami, G. Genetic mapping uncovers cis-regulatory landscape of RNA editing
    Reddy, A. Genetic landscape of common variable immune deficiency
    Relton, C.L. Systematic identification of methylation quantitative trait loci across the human lifecourse
    Rib, L. Host Cell Factor 1 binds to gene promoters in the mouse liver chromatin showing diverse transcriptional regulations
    Richards, S. Genome analysis of a phylum—Initial highlights from the I5K Pilot at the Baylor College of Medicine Human Genome Sequencing Center
    Richards, S. The history and weaponry of an existential battle between a gall forming parasite and its plant host as told through the genome sequence of Mayetiola destructor
    Ritchie, M.D. Epistatic gene-based interaction analyses for glaucoma in eMERGE and NEIGHBOR consortia
    Robine, N. Catalog of fusion genes expressed in the Cancer Cell Line Encyclopedia
    Rockweiler, N.B. Epigenomic annotation of genetic variants using the Roadmap EpiGenome Browser
    Rogers, J. Whole genome assembly of the gray mouse lemur (Microcebus murinus) genome—Integrating diverse platforms and data types
    Roth, F.P. Identifying pathogenic human variants—Computers versus humanized yeast
    Rozanski, A. Evolutionary analysis of endogenous retroviruses in primates
    Rudolph, K.L. Using cancer to investigate the interaction between codon usage and tRNA abundance
    Rychkova, A. Improving computational prediction of missense variants pathogenicity for clinically relevant genes
    Salerno, W. Preparing cohorts of whole genomes for community analyses
    Salerno, W. Structural variation among rhesus macaques identified using the Parliament software
    Santesmases, D. Selenoprotein extinction in Drosophila occurred concomitantly to genome catastrophes
    Schaffner, S.F. Intra- and interhost evolution of Lassa and Ebola viruses from whole genome sequencing
    Schatz, M.C. De novo assembly and structural variation analysis of rice using PacBio long read sequencing—The return of reference quality genomes
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  1. nextgenseek says:

    saving the grep/awk one liner for posterity :-) grep -B 5 talk BOG15.txt | awk ‘$1 !~ /talk/’ | awk ‘$1 !~ /–/’ | awk ‘{ printf “%s”, $0; if (NR % 5 == 0) print “”; else printf ” ” }’ >bog15-talks.txt

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