Date Speaker Topic
April 2018  Lior Pachter, California Institute of Technology  
April 2018  Joanna Mountain, 23andme  
February 22, 2019 Kathryn Roeder, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, Carnegie Mellon University Learning from the Transcriptome: analysis of single cell and bulk RNA sequence data
October 23, 2018  Po-Ru Loh, Harvard School of Public Health, Broad Institute  Leveraging long range phasing to detect mosaicism in blood at ultra-low allelic fractions


Date Speaker Topic
April 13, 2018 Eric Fauman, Pfizer The use of human genetics in the identification and prioritization of therapeutic drug targets
April 9, 2018 Timothy Thornton, University of Washington Challenges and New Approaches for Whole Genome Analysis in Multi-Ethnic Populations
April 4, 2018 Evan Eichler, University of Washington Human evolution by segmental duplication and structural variation
March 23, 2018 Elizabeth Thompson, University of Washington Mapping causal DNA through the shared descent of genome in population samples
November 13, 2017 Fernando Pardo-Mnauel de Villena, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Structural Variation and the Evolution of the Mouse Genome


Date Speaker Topic
April 11, 2017 Mike Snyder, Stanford University Managing Health and Disease Using Omics Data
March 10, 2017 Claus Ekstrom, University of Copenhagen Integrative data analysis of the Danish registries
September 12, 2016 Soumya Raychaudhuri, Harvard Medical School The Genomics of Immune-mediated diseases and traits


Date Speaker Topic
May 5, 2016 Kenneth Lange, University of California  Next Generation Statistical Genetics
April 21, 2016 Yun Li, University of North Carolina DISSCO: Direct Imputation of Summary Statistics Allowing Covariates 
April 14, 2016 Hongyu Zhao, Yale University Prioritization of Disease-Causing Genetic Variants Through Integrated Analysis of Association Signals and Genomic Annotations
February 9, 2016 Qing Lu, Michigan State University A Generalized Similarity U Test for Multivariate Analysis of Sequencing Data
January 12, 2016  Jay Shendure, University of Washington New Methods in Genetics and Genomics
September 28, 2015 David Cutler, Emory University Quantitative Genetics Theory Informs Our Understanding of Male-Female Differences in Autism

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