The University of Edinburgh’s Professor Chris Ponting will give the plenary lecture at the annual Bioinformatics conference, organised by the St Andrews Bioinformatic Unit. Chris will be talking about Complex trait genomics and single cell transcriptomic analysis.
This event is free but please sign up online for catering purposes by 31 May if you wish to attend.
Agenda 2pm – Valeria Montano: The PreNeolithic evolutionary history of human genetic resistance to Plasmodium falciparum
2.15pm – Chloe Hequet: Estimation of Polygenic Risk with Machine Learning
2.30pm – Roopam Gupta: Label-free optical hemogram of granulocytes enhanced by artificial neural networks
3pm – Damilola Oresegun: Nanopore: Research; then, now and the future
3.15pm – Xiao Zhang: Functional and population genomics of extremely rapid evolution in Hawaiian crickets
3.30pm – Networking with refreshments
4pm to 5pm – Professor Chris Ponting presents ‘The power of One: Single variants, single factors, single cells’