COMBINE17 Program

Program for the COMBINE Symposium 2017. Please note this may be subject to change.

Start End Event Speaker Title
8:00 8:50 COMBINE Registration
8:50 9:00 Symposium Welcoming Address
9:00 9:15 Session 1 Andrew H. Buultjens Comparative genomics suggest Mycobacterium ulcerans migration and expansion is aligned with rise of Buruli ulcer in south-east Australia.
9:15 9:30 Session 1 Jiayuan Huang Comparative analysis of phosphoethanolamine transferases involved in polymyxin resistance across ten clinically relevant Gram-negative bacteria
9:30 9:45 Session 1 Dharmesh Bhuva A dynamical systems simulator to evaluate methods for inferring co-expression networks
9:45 10:00 Session 1 Kirsti Paulsen Optimising intrinsic protein disorder prediction for short linear motif discovery
10:00 10:15 Session 1 Andrew Pattison Predicting the outcome of breast cancer using novel RNA-Seq analysis
10:15 10:30 Session 1 Harriet Dashnow STRetch: detecting and discovering pathogenic short tandem repeat expansions
10:30 11:00 Morning Tea
11:00 11:15 Session 2 Gustave Severin Multi-omic Characterisation of a Novel Xylose Metabolising Strain of Saccharomyces cerevisiae
11:15 11:30 Session 2 Eddie Ip VPOT: a customisable tool for the prioritisation of annotated variants.
11:30 11:45 Session 2 Nhi Hin Transcriptomic and proteomic characterisation of a zebrafish model of familial Alzheimer’s disease
11:45 12:00 Session 2 John Salamon Visualisation and analysis of spatially-resolved transcript data using InsituNet
12:00 12:15 Session 2 Gabriel Foley SeqScrub: A web tool for automatic cleaning of FASTA file headers.
12:15 12:35 Session 2 Fast Forward talks
12:35 13:15 Lunch
13:15 13:45 Poster Session
13:45 14:00 Group Photo – Meet out front of SAHMRI
14:00 14:15 Session 3 Pei Qin Ng Using genome-wide variants to determine the historical migration of chickens through South East Asia to the Pacific Islands
14:15 14:30 Session 3 Andrian Yang Cloud-based single-cell transcript reconstruction using Falco
14:30 14:45 Session 3 Yuen Ting Wong Genome-wide study of 10,539 cancer samples reveals 27 novel associations between mutational processes and somatic driver mutations
14:45 15:00 Session 3 Wei Lu Genome-wide SNPs modelling improved genetic risk prediction for psoriasis
15:00 15:15 Session 3 Greg Bass Spatial statistics analysis of super-resolution protein co-localization data
15:15 17:00 Career Panel and Afternoon Tea
17:00 17:05 Awards and Closing Address
17:00 18:00 ABACBS Registration and Dinner Break
18:00 19:15 ABACBS Keynote Lecture and award presentations
19:15 22:00 COMBINE & ABACBS Social Events COMBINE – The Edinburgh Castle
ABACBS ECR – Duke of York
ABACBS Professional – Cumberland Arms Hotel

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