Program updated on Sep 20th, 2016

Meeting will begin on Oct 3rd, 2016 at 8:30 am and end on Oct 5th, 2016 at 6:15 pm

3rd Oct 2016 - Monday - DAY 1
Concurrent Session I [Oman Hall] Concurrent Session II [Manappuram 3] Concurrent Session III [Manappuram 4]
08:30 - Registration begins    
09:15-10:00 - Conference Inauguration & Host Introductions
Guest of Honour - Dr.Oommen V.Oommen, Chairman, Kerala State Biodiversity Board, India
10:00-10:10 - Guest of Honour -Mr. Kris Gopalakrishnan, Former CEO, Infosys, India - "Lessons from my IT journey"
Session 01 - Keynote lectures [Oman Hall]
Chair: Dr. Sekar Seshagiri
10:15-10:45 - Keynote lecture 01 - Dr. Stephen Turner, CTO, PacBio, USA - A revolution in structure and the structure of the revolution: the coming changes in genetics due to real long read SMRT sequencing
10:45-11:15 - Keynote lecture 02 - Dr. Stephan Schuster, NTU, Singapore - Genome Asia 100k
11:15-11:30 - Break/Poster Setup [Space Frame 1]
Session 02 - NGS/Genomics & Proteomics Technologies/Applications Session 03 - NGS data analysis Session 04 - Plant, Insect Biology & Genomics
[Oman Hall] [Manappuram 3] [Manappuram 4]
Chair: Dr. Akhilesh Pandey Chair: Dr. Jeff Wall Chair: Dr. Pradeep Marri
11:30-11:45 - Talk 1 - Dr. William LaRochelle, Roche, USA - Roche Sequencing: Strategic Vision and Upcoming Products 11:30-11:45 - Talk 5 - Dr. Aakrosh Ratan, Uni. of Virginia, USA - Massively parallel strategy for STR marker development and genotyping 11:30-11:45 - Talk 9 - Dr. Subhash Narayanan, Anand Agricultural University, India - Strategies for in vitro regeneration in plants
11:45-12:00 - Talk 2 - Dr. Raja C Mugasimangalam, Genotypic, India - Nanopore sequencing technologies and case studies from India in Healthcare and Agriculture. 11:45-12:00 - Talk 6 - Dr. Ramesh Hariharan, Strand, India - Use of GPU-CPU combinations for Efficient Whole Genome Processing 11:45-12:00 - Talk 10 - Dr. Nandula Raghuram, GGS Indraprastha Uni., India - GPCR-G-protein coupling in plants and its role in stress and nutrient responses: Comparative functional genomics shows the way
12:00-12:15 - Talk 3 - Dr. Zora Modrusan, Genentech Inc., USA - Advances in NGS technology enable highly parallel transcriptional profiling of hundreds of single cells 12:00-12:15 - Talk 7 - Dr. Anamika Krishanpal, Persistent Systems Limited, India - SanGeniX: A comprehensive Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) data analysis solution 12:00-12:15 - Talk 11 - Dr. Mohankumar, TNAU, India - Molecular ecology of Plant-Honey bee Interactions Using Mitochondrial and Nuclear DNA markers
12:15-12:30 - Talk 4 - Mr. Steve McPhail, Fluidigm, USA - Novel Single Cell Proteomic Technologies to Support Immunotherapy 12:15-12:30 - Talk 8 - Mr. Pramod A M, SAP, India - Enabling Precision Medicine through SAP Connected Health platform 12:15-12:30 - Talk 12 - Dr. Arun Zachariah, Dept. of Forest and Wildlife, Govt. of Kerala, India - Impact of diseases in wildlife conservation - a study from southern Western Ghats
12:30-13:30 - Lunch & Exhibitor visit/Poster Setup [CSM/Space Frame 1] - Art Ehibition [Foyer across Oman Hall]
Session 05 - Genomics in Health care - Keynote lectures [Oman Hall]
Chairs: Dr. Sekar Seshagiri & Dr. Andrew Peterson
13:30-13:55 - Keynote lecture 03 - Dr. V. Mohan, MDRF, India - Time has come to bring genomics to the diabetic clinic
13:55-14:40 - The forum - "Health Care Delivery in Rural Communities" - Dr. Ravi Kannan, Silchar Cancer Hospital, Assam, India - The bench and bedside - a view from rural India;
Dr. Sanjay Maheswari, M P Birla Hospitals, India; &
Dr. Govindasamy Kumaramanickavel, Narayana Nethralaya, Bangalore, India
14:40-15:30 - Tea Break & Poster viewing / Exhibitor visit[CSM/Space Frame 1]
Session 06 - Disease/Clinical/Medical Genomics I Session 07 - Cell Signaling, Disease Biology & Drug development Session 08 - Plant Biology, Signalling, Genomics & Biological control
[Oman Hall] [Manappuram 3] [Manappuram 4]
Chair: Dr. Ramprasad VL Chair: Dr. Krishna Rajalingam Chair: Dr. K. Dharmalingam
15:30-15:45 - Talk 13 - Dr. Ratna Dua Puri, SGRH, India - Exome Sequencing for Mendelian Disorders: a Clinical Genetic Practice Perspective 15:30-15:45 - Talk 17 - Dr. S. Mahalingam, IIT-M, India - Ras Association (RalGDS/AF-6) Domain Family Member 7 impinges on Notch1 signaling to regulate cell migration and adhesion. 15:30-15:45 - Talk 21 - Dr. Nilanjan Guha, Agilent, India - Identification of Biomarkers of Clinically Advanced Retinoblastoma for Diagnostics and Therapeutic Applications using an Integrated Biology Approach
15:45-16:00 - Talk 14 - Dr. Lokesh Lingappa, Rainbow Hospital, India - The Genetics of Neuromuscular disorder - Change in the Era 15:45-16:00 - Talk 18 - Dr. Domagoj Vucic, Genentech Inc., USA - Targeting XIAP and RIP2 in NOD2 mediated inflammatory diseases 15:45-16:00 - Talk 22 - Dr. P.V. Shivaprasad, NCBS-TIFR, India - New insights into plant microRNA biogenesis
16:00-16:15 - Talk 15 - Dr. Ajit Mullasari, Madras Medical Mission, India - Catestatin Gene Polymorphism in Indian population prediction for hypertension 16:00-16:15 - Talk 19 - Dr. Partha Majumder, NIBMG, India - Dissecting Host Genetic Factors that Regulate the Early Stages of Tuberculosis Infection 16:00-16:15 - Talk 23 - Dr. Chandra Pal Singh, Uni of Rajasthan, India - MicroRNAs in Virus-Host Interactions
16:15-16:30 - Talk 16 - Dr. Anurag Agrawal, IGIB, India - A big role for big data in transforming healthcare 16:15-16:30 - Talk 20 - Dr. Christian Behrends, Goethe University Medical School, Germany. Ubiquitin in Host-Pathogen Encounters 16:15-16:30 - Talk 24 - Dr. Babu Azariah, Tea Research Assoc, India - Exploitation of indigenous microbial diversity of tea ecosystem for tea pest management and establishment of their genetic identity through DNA sequencing
Session 09 - Idea Exchange [Oman Hall]
16:30-17:00 - Mr. Rajesh Nair, E&Y, India
Session 10 - Keynote lecture [Oman Hall]
Chairs: Dr. Sekar Seshagiri & Dr. George Thomas
17:05-17:30- Keynote lecture 04 - Dr. Saumya Shekhar Jamuar, KK Women's and Children's Hospital, Singapore - "Technology to identify somatic mutations in cerebral malformations"
17:30-17:35 - Book Author Message - Dr. Svante Pääbo, Director, Max Planck Institute of Evolutionary Anthropology, Germany, & Author of "Neanderthal Man: In Search of Lost Genomes"
SGRF Award lectures
17:35-18:00 - Keynote lecture 05 - Dr. Vijayalakshmi Ravindranath, IISc, India, "The Human Brain: What we know and the Challenges Ahead"
18:00-18:25 - Keynote lecture 06 - Dr. NK Singh, IARI, India - Decoding of plant genomes uniquely important to India by fast evolving next generation sequencing technologies
Session 11 - Posters [Space Frame 1]
18:25-19:30 - Poster Viewing # 1-110
Sponsored Events
19:30-20:30
Day 1
4th Oct 2016 - Tuesday - DAY 2
Concurrent Session I [Oman Hall] Concurrent Session II [Manappuram 3] Concurrent Session III [Manappuram 4]
08:30 - Registration begins
09:00-10:00 - Session 12 - Poster competition presentations [Chair: Dr. Krishna Rajalingam]
10:00-20:00 - Session 13 - Art Exhibition, Vendor Exhibits and Poster Display
Session 14 - Keynote lectures [Oman Hall]
Chairs: Dr. Sekar Seshagiri & Dr. Andrew Peterson
10:00-10:15 - Keynote lecture 07 - Mr. James Brayer, Oxford Nanopore, UK - Nanopore sensing and applications with the Oxford Nanopore Platform
10:15-10:40 - Keynote lecture 08 - Dr. Joseph M. Beechem, Nanostring, USA - Simultaneous multiplexed (to 800-plex) detection of mRNA, Proteins, and DNA using single-molecule optical barcodes: application to understanding the biology of cancer.
10:40-11:05 - Keynote lecture 09 - Dr. Sekar Kathiresan, Harvard Medical School, USA - Genes, lifestyle, and risk for heart attack
11:05-11:30 - Break/Poster Setup [Hall 3]
Session 15 - Cancer/Disease Genomics Session 16 - Population & Disease Genomics Session 17 - Agricultural Genomics & Plant Engineering
[Oman Hall] [Manappuram 3] [Manappuram 4]
Chair: Dr. Mitali Mukerji Chair: Dr. Maanasa Raghavan Chair: Dr. Arjula Reddy
11:30-11:45 - Talk 25 - Dr. Sriharsa Pradhan, New England Biolabs, Inc, USA - Epigenomics and genomics technologies in deciphering human diseases 11:30-11:45 - Talk 29 - Dr. Analabha Basu, NIBMG, India - Necessity is the mother of sequencing: Looking beyond the 1000 Genomes in S-E Asia 11:30-11:45 - Talk 33 - Dr. VB Reddy, AgriGenome, India - Genetic Identity Survey of cultivated rice in India using 6K Infinium genotyping array
11:45-12:00 - Talk 26 - Dr. Subhojit Sen, Center for Excellence in Basic Sciences, India - Combinatorial mapping of bivalent mononucleosomes genome wide: uncovering chromatin clues to cancer. 11:45-12:00 - Talk 30 - Dr. M. Parani, SRM University, India - Deep whole-genome sequencing of a male and a female individual from the Irula tribal population of South India 11:45-12:00 - Talk 34 - Dr. K.K. Narayanan, MetaHelix, India - Leveraging genomics for crop improvement: RNAi mediated induction of resistance to the rice blast pathogen
12:00-12:15 - Talk 27 - Dr. Ranjan J Perera, Sanford-Burnham Medical Research Institute, USA - Long noncoding RNA SPRIGHTLY an intra-nuclear organizing hub in human melanomas 12:00-12:15 - Talk 31 - Dr. Ravi Gupta, MedGenome, India - SASDb – An Integrated resource for South Asian genome variation 12:00-12:15 - Talk 35 - Dr. Soorej M Basheer, Kannur University, India - Unveiling the peptide diversity of Indian marine cone snails by combining transcriptomic and mass
12:15-12:30 - Talk 28 - Dr. Anguraj Sadanandam, The Institute of Cancer Research, London - Approaching Potential Personalized Cancer Medicine using Integrated Multi-omics and Phenomics Subtype 12:15-12:30 - Talk 32 - Dr. Changhoon Kim, Macrogen, South Korea - Characterization of de novo assembled Asian diploid genome 12:15-12:30 - Talk 36 - Dr. Pradeep Marri, Dow AgroSciences, Indianapolis, USA - Next Generation Sequencing: Enabling Translational Genomics for Crop Improvement
12:30-13:30 - Lunch & Exhibitor visit/Poster Setup [CSM/Space Frame 1] - Art Ehibition [Foyer across Oman Hall]
Session 18 - Keynote lectures [Oman Hall]
Chairs: Dr. George Thomas & Dr. Sekar Seshagiri
13:30-14:00 - SGRF Lifetime Achievement Award Lecture - Dr. V Shanta, Chairman, Cancer Institute, Adyar, Chennai, India - Clinical Care of Cancer:Challenges
14:00-14:25 - Keynote lecture 10 - Dr. Sheila Singh, Uni of Toronto, Canada - Immunotherapeutic targeting of human glioblastoma: Modelling the clonal evolution of tumor recurrence
14:30-15:30 - Tea Break & Poster viewing / Exhibitor visit (Hall 3)
Session 19 - Disease/Clinical/Medical Genomics II Session 20 - Disease Genomics, Cell Signaling, Cancer and Disease Session 21 - Plant & Microbial Genomics
[Oman Hall] [Manappuram 3] [Manappuram 4]
Chair: Dr. Shilpee Dutt Chair: Dr. Krishna Rajalingam Chair: Dr. Ramesh Aggarwal
15:30-15:45 - Talk 37 - Dr. Rajesh Kantharia, Muni Seva Ashram, India - Clinical advances in Diagnosis and Surgical treatment for Squamous cell carcinoma of the Head and Neck Cancer 15:30-15:45 - Talk 41 - Dr. Thangaraj Kumarasamy, CCMB, India - High throughput analysis revealed novel genes for male infertility 15:30-15:45 - Talk 45 - Dr. Dinesh Nagegowda, CIMAP, India - Transcriptomics-based exploration of specialized metabolism in plants
15:45-16:00 - Talk 38 - Dr. Timothy Triche, USC, USA - Genomic Profiling of Pediatric Cancer: Differences from Adult Cancer and Therapeutic Implications 15:45-16:00 - Talk 42 - Dr. Sreenivasulu Kurukuti, Uni. of Hyderabad, India - Dynamic reorganization of intra- and inter chromosomal domains accompanies lactogenic differentiation of mouse mammary epithelial cells. 15:45-16:00 - Talk 46 - Dr. R. Chandra Babu, TNAU, India - Genetic analysis and validation of quantitative trait loci associated with drought resistance traits in target populations of environment using locally adapted rice (Oryza sativa L.) lines
16:00-16:15 - Talk 39 - Dr. Payal Kapur, UT Southwestern, USA - Updates in Renal Cell Carcinoma: Molecular Genetic Classification 16:00-16:15 - Talk 43 - Dr. Nagarajan Kannan, Mayo Clinic, USA - Exploring human mammary progenitor cell phenotype and function 16:00-16:15 - Talk 47 - Dr. Sarita G Bhat, CUSAT, India - Culture Independent approach for diversity and functional analysis of marine microbial environments
16:15-16:30 - Talk 40 - Dr. Orson Moe, UTSW, USA - Novel Therapeutic Strategies for Chronic Kidney Disease with Biologic Agents 16:15-16:30 - Talk 44 - Dr. B.J Rao, TIFR, India - Self-attenuation of ATR during Replication Fork Restart in mammalian cells 16:15-16:30 - Talk 48 - Dr. M Chandrasekaran, CUSAT, India - Harnessing marine benthic genetic resources using genomics and gene technologies
16:30-16:45 - Short break
Session 22 - Keynote lectures
Chairs: Dr. Sekar Seshagiri & Dr. Krishna Rajalingam
16:45-17:10 - Keynote lecture 11 - Dr. Holger Sultmann, Germany - Genomic and epigenomic patterns in prostate cancer
17:10-17:35 - Keynote lecture 12 - Dr. Andrey Shaw, Genentech, USA - A role for genetic susceptibility in sporadic focal segmental glomerulosclerosis
17:35-17:50 - Keynote lecture 13 - Dr. Ketan Paranjape, Intel, Dubai - Enabling Technology. Leveraging Data. Transforming Precision Medicine
17:50-18:15 - SGRF Awards Lecture - Dr. Nagendra K. Singh, IARI, India - Decoding of plant genomes uniquely important to India by fast evolving next generation sequencing technologies
Session 23 - Posters [Space Frame 1]
18:15-19:30 - Poster Viewing # 111-210
Entertainment & Dinner
19:30-20:30 - Entertainment
20:30-21:30 - Dinner
Day 2
5th Oct 2016 - Wednesday - DAY 3
Concurrent Session I [Oman Hall] Concurrent Session II [Manappuram 3] Concurrent Session III [Manappuram 4]
08:30 - Registration begins  
09:00-10:00 - Session 24 - Poster competition presentations [Chair: Dr. Krishna Rajalingam]
10:00-20:00 - Session 25 - Art Exhibition, Vendor Exhibits and Poster Display
Session 26 - Keynote lectures [Oman Hall]
Chair: Dr. Sekar Seshagiri
10:00-10:30 - Keynote lecture 15 - Dr. Jason Moffat, Uni. of Toronto, Canada - High-resolution CRISPR screens for surveying human essential genes for therapeutic opportunities
10:30-11:00 - Keynote lecture 16 - Dr. Frederic de Sauvage, Genentech, USA - Targeting intestinal stem cells in cancer
11:00-11:30 - Break/Poster Setup [Hall 3]
Session 27 - Cancer Biology Immunology & Therapy Session 28 - Cancer Signaling, Biology, & Targeting Session 29 - Plant and Plant Pathogen Genomics
[Oman Hall] [Manappuram 3] [Manappuram 4]
Chair: Dr. Payal Kapur Chair: Dr. Domagoj Vucic Chair: Dr. Arjula Reddy
11:30-11:45 - Talk 49 - Dr. Frauke Koch, Induvimed, Germany - Tissue collection standards determine the future of precision medicine 11:30-11:45 - Talk 53 - Dr. Karanvir Kaushal, PGIMER, India - Genetic evidence of Idiopathic Chronic Pancreatitis in Paediatric patients 11:30-11:45 - Talk 57 - Dr. Arup Ghosh, CSIR CSMCRI, India - Mechanism of Improved drought tolerance in maize upon application of seaweed based biostimulant as revealed through comparative transcriptomic analysis by RNA-seq
11:45-12:00 - Talk 50 - Dr. Amit Chaudhuri, MedGenome, USA - Genomic approaches to model the immune landscape of human tumors for cancer immunotherapy 11:45-12:00 - Talk 54 - Dr. Amit Dutt, TMH, India - FGFR family members - a widespread target for therapeutic intervention in several human cancers. 11:45-12:00 - Talk 58 - Dr. Lambodar Behera, CRRI, India - Discovery of genome-wide DNA polymorphisms in high and low grain number rice cultivars using NGS technology
12:00-12:15 - Talk 51 - Dr. Kumar Prabhash, TMH, India - Targeted therapy and drug repurposing - Indian context. 12:00-12:15 - Talk 55 - Dr. Simon Cliffe, Genome Diagnostics, Australia - Integration of the Illumina Trusight Tumor mutation hotspot panelwithin a molecular diagnostic service provides better informed treatment decisions 12:00-12:15 - Talk 59 - Dr. Mukesh Jain, JNU, India - Exploring transcriptional regulatory network determining seed size in crop plants
12:15-12:30 - Talk 52 - Dr. Ramprasad VL, MedGenome, India - Liquid Biopsies in Clinical Oncology: Review of validation results 12:15-12:30 - Talk 56 - Dr. Mallika Singh, ORIC, USA - Modeling and overcoming resistance to chemotherap 12:15-12:30 - Talk 60 - Dr. Aundy Kumar, IARI, India - Genome Sequence of Magnaporthe oryzae RMg_Dl, a rice pathogenic fungus causing blast disease in diverse cereal crops
12:30-13:30 - Lunch & Exhibitor visit/Poster Setup/ Art Ehibition/ VarMap sample collection (Hall 3)
Session 30 - Clinical Genomics Session 31 - Disease Genomics & Biology Session 32 - Infectious Disease Biology and Genomics
[Oman Hall] [Manappuram 3] [Manappuram 4]
Chair: Dr. Sheila Singh Chair: Dr. Andrew Peterson Chair: Dr. Krishna Rajalingam
13:30-13:45 - Talk 61 - Dr. Chirantan Bose, MedGenome Labs, India - Genetic testing algorithms writing the roadmap of cost-effectiveness in healthcare 13:30-13:45 - Talk 65 - Dr. John C Chambers, Imperial College, London- Genomic mechanisms underlying Type-2 Diabetes in South Asians 13:30-13:45 - Talk 69 - Dr. Pushpendra Singh, Uni. of Baroda, India - Molecular markers of mycobacterial transmission and pathogenesis
13:45-14:00 - Talk 62 - Dr. Vinod Pillai, CHOP, USA - Next generation sequencing in diagnostic hematopathology 13:45-14:00 - Talk 66 - Dr. G.R. Chandak, CCMB, India - Vitamin B12 and Fetal Programming of Diabesity: Genetic and Epigenetic Mechanisms 13:45-14:00 - Talk 70 - Dr. Debjit Ray, Sandia National Laboratory, USA - Predictive Pathogen Biology: Genome-Based Prediction of Pathogenic Potential and Countermeasures Targets
14:00-14:15 - Talk 63 - Dr. Hisham Ahmed, Amrita Institute of Medical Sciences, India - Cardiovascular genomics : Are we witnessing a paradigm shift ? 14:00-14:15 - Talk 67 - Dr. Mohammed Faruq, IGIB, India - Genomics approach for Neurodegenerative disorder: cerebellar ataxia genetics as a prototype mode 14:00-14:15 - Talk 71 - Dr. Rupinder Kaur, CDFD, India - Genomic approaches towards better understanding of Candida pathogenesis
14:15-14:30 - Talk 64 - Dr. Priya Kadam, MedGenome, India - Non-invasive prenatal screening test –Indian study and experience 14:15-14:30- Talk 68 - Dr. Arun Shastry Shaji, DART, India -  Antisense Oligonucleotides mediated exon skipping in DMD: in vitro 14:15-14:30 - Talk 72 - Dr. Yogesh Shouche, NCCS, India - A tale of two Gangas
14:30-15:30 - Tea Break & Poster viewing / Exhibitor visit (Hall 3)
Session 33 - Disease Genomics Session 34 - Drug Discovery Session 35 - Plant Biology/Genomics
[Oman Hall] [Manappuram 3] [Manappuram 4]
Chair: Dr. BK Thelma Chair: Dr. Jason Moffat Chair: Dr. Chandrababu Ranganathan
15:30-15:45 - Talk 73 - Mr. Mukesh Jaiswal, Agilent, India - Agilent NGS Target Enrichment Solutions for Exomes, Targeted Panels and Beyond. 15:30-15:45 - Talk 77 - Dr. Sudhakar Reddy Chintharlapalli, Eli Lilly & Company, USA - LY3127804, a novel anti-Angiopoietin-2 antibody in combination with an anti-VEGFR2 antibody potently inhibits angiogenesis, tumor growth and metastasis 15:30-15:45 - Talk 81 - Dr. Raj Kumar Joshi, Uni. of Alberta, Canada - Plant long non-coding RNAs (lncRNAs) as master regulators of immunity against fungal phytopathogen
15:45-16:00 - Talk 74 - Dr. Priyadarshini Pande, ILS, India - Personalized Genomics – A Paradigm Shift in Disease Management 15:45-16:00 - Talk 78 - Dr. Frederic Fellouse, University of Toronto, Canada - A synthetic anti-VEGF antibody to treat neo-vascular acute macular degenerative disease. 15:45-16:00 - Talk 82 - Dr. M. Jayanthi, IARI, India - Transcriptome sequencing and analysis of Polianthes tuberosa (Tuberose)
16:00-16:15 - Talk 75 - Dr. Risha Nahar Lulla, Mapmygenome, India - Personal Genomics in Preventive Health Care 16:00-16:15 - Talk 79 - Dr. Andrew Polson, Genentech, USA - Antibody-drug conjugates for the treatment of Non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma 16:00-16:15 - Talk 83 - Dr. Beena Santhosh, AgriGenome, India - Validation of a comprehensive procedure for mRNA and small RNA sequencing in a single experiment
16:15-16:30 - Talk 76 - Dr. Saumya Pant, BBRC, India - Navigating the Rapids: The Development of Regulated and Dx Focused NGS Based Assays 16:15-16:30 - Talk 80 - Dr. Vivek K Singh, Persistent Systems Limited, India - Gaining mechanistic insights into drug action through eSkIN 16:15-16:30 - Talk 84 - Dr. Girija D., Kerala Agri. Uni., India - Metagenomics to assess bacterial diversity in the soil as influenced by organic and chemical inputs
Session 36 - Keynote lectures [Oman Hall]
Chairs: Dr. Sekar Seshagiri & Dr. Krishna Rajalingam
16:45-17:05 - Keynote lecture 17 - Dr. Volker Dötsch, Goethe Uni., Germany - Mechanism of inhibition and activation of TAp63α in oocytes
17:05-17:25 - Keynote lecture 18 - Dr. Andrew Peterson, Genentech, USA - Using Genetics to find Treatments for Disease
17:25-17:45 - Keynote lecture 19 - Dr. Jeff Wall, UCSF, USA - Detecting admixture, both recent and ancient, from genetic polymorphism data
17:45-18:15 - Poster Awards, Genome Grants Awards, & close wrap-up
Day 3



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