Long read, long reach sequencing workshop

Preliminary workshop announcement

There has been considerable interest in long read, long range sequencing technologies recently. In response, we are planning to hold a long read, long range workshop at ANU in November.

Overall, the focus of the workshop will be non-model systems. The objective will be to demonstrate how long read/long range interaction approaches enable researchers to answer new questions.

We will cover different long read technologies (Nanopore, PacBio, LongAS, 10x) and combine with other long range interaction technologies (e.g HiC).

The workshop will include sample preparation and data analysis, and the majority of the workshop will be hands-on, e.g. HMW DNA extraction on own samples, HiC library preps, nanopore library prep (fongle), data analysis.

All protocols will be available publicly on protocols.io.

Further information, including registration, will be available soon.

Organiser: Benjamin Schwessinger (benjamin.schwessinger@anu.edu.au).

 

Date & time

11–15 November 2019

Location

Australian National Univeristy, Canberra

Speakers

John Tyson, British Columbia
Mikhail Kolmogorov, UC San Diego
Kelvin Liu, Circulomics
Stella Loke, Deakin
Elena Hilario, Plant and Food NZ
Ash Jones, ANU
Olga Pettersson, Uppsala
Tim Kahlke, UTS
Sebastion Kuhlmeier, ANU
Ivan Liachko, PhaseGenomics
Kirston Bart, Garvan
Martin Schmidt, Garvan
David Eccles, NZ
Eva Novoa Pardo, CRG

Event series

Contacts

 Claire Stephens

Updated:  21 August 2019/Responsible Officer:  Director/Page Contact:  Coordinator