Speakers

Aaron Brooks

Aaron Brooks

Measuring transcriptomic diversity induced by genome SCRaMbLEing with nanopore direct RNA sequencing

Ahmed Abd El Wahed

Ahmed Abd El Wahed

From ancient tomb to animal viruses: mobile suitcase lab for nanopore sequencing at field setting

Amanda Warr

Amanda Warr

Going full circle: Assembly of high-quality, single-contig microbial genomes from the rumen microbiome using long-read sequencing

Anna Dolnik

Anna Dolnik

Genomic profiling in acute myeloid leukemia with complex karyotype

Chris T. L. Chan

Chris T. L. Chan

Long-read NGS guided preimplantation genetic testing for chromosomal structural rearrangement

Christopher Watson

Christopher Watson

A third generation long-read sequencing approach for the analysis of genomic duplication variants at nucleotide resolution using Cas9 target enrichment

Daniel P. Depledge

Daniel P. Depledge

Redefining the transcriptional complexity of viral pathogens using direct RNA sequencing

David R Greig

David R. Greig

Comparison of single nucleotide variants identified by Illumina and Oxford Nanopore technologies in the context of a potential outbreak of Shiga Toxin producing E.coli

Eoghan Harrington

Eoghan Harrington

Oxford Nanopore Technologies

Center for Genomic Regulation

Eva Maria Novoa

Center for Genomic Regulation

Evangelos Karousis

Evangelos Karousis

Splice isoform-specific analysis of endogenous NMD targets in human cells

Frédéric Delsuc

Frédéric Delsuc

Genomics from roadkill: high quality mammalian genomes using hybrid assembly with MinION long reads

Harmeet Singh Chawla

Harmeet Singh Chawla

Long reads reveal small scale genome structural variations in Brassica napus

Heather Drexler

Heather Drexler

Direct sequencing of nascent RNA exposes splicing kinetics and order

University of Oxford

Jason Hendry

Mobile Malaria project

Jeroen de Ridder

Jeroen de Ridder

Cyclomics: ultra-sensitive nanopore sequencing of cell free tumor DNA

John Davey

John Davey

Tapestry: assessing small eukaryotic genome assemblies with long-reads

University of Birmingham

Joshua Quick

University of Birmingham

Kevin Lebrigand

Kevin Lebrigand

Single cell isoform profiling, 10xGenomics scRNA-seq and nanopore long read sequencing

University of Helsinki

Kimmo Palin

Retrotransposon variation in human genome and tumorigenesis

Li-Hsin Chang

Li-Hsin Chang

Nano-C: targeted poly-contact chromatin interactions for comprehensive profiling of cell-to-cell variation of 3D genome organization

Lucky Ronald Runtuwene

Lucky Ronald Runtuwene

An international collaborative effort for infectious disease analyses using MinION

Magali Hennion

Magali Hennion

Mapping DNA replication using nanopore sequencing

CSIR - National Chemical Laboratory

Mahesh Dharne

CSIR - National Chemical Laboratory

Margaret Fleming

Margaret Fleming

Using full-length transcript sequencing to reveal the fate of mRNA in aging seeds

Genome and Plant Development Laboratory

Marie-Christine Carpentier

Genome and Plant Development Laboratory

Mark T. W. Ebbert

Mark T. W. Ebbert

Long-read sequencing technologies resolve most dark and camouflaged gene regions

Martin Frith

Martin Frith

Finding disease-causing complex mutations

Martin Smith

Martin Smith

Dissecting RNA biology, one molecule at a time

Maximilian Schmidt

Maximilian Schmidt

Plant de-novo genome sequencing and assembly using Oxford Nanopore Technology

Michael Boemo

Michael Boemo

Untangling heterogeneity in DNA replication with nanopore sequencing

Mike Clark

Mike Clark

Deep transcriptomic sampling with long-read single cell RNA sequencing

Miten Jain

Miten Jain

Generating high-quality reference human genomes using PromethION nanopore sequencing

Mollie Schubert

Mollie Schubert

Characterizing large homology directed repair (HDR) insertions by CRISPR/Cas9 using MinION long-read sequencing technology

Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development

Monica Kehoe

Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development

My Linh Thibodeau

My Linh Thibodeau

Resolution of germline hereditary cancer structural variants using nanopore sequencing

The University of Nottingham

Nadine Holmes

University of Nottingham

Natalie Ring

Natalie Ring

Ultra-long reads and ultra-long duplications: deciphering the mysteries of the Bordetella pertussis genome

Nicholas Gleadall

Nicholas Gleadall

Blood donor genotyping - how can long range sequencing help?

Pay Giesselmann

Pay Giesselmann

Nanopype: processing and quantification of short tandem repeats

Rebecca Berrens

Rebecca Berrens

Understanding the role of TEs in cellular differentiation at single cell resolution

Rob James

Rob James

From amplicons to metagenomes: Long read sequencing the environment

Séverine Rangama

Séverine Rangama

Long-read sequencing and assembly of a large environmental blaCTX-M-15 harbouring plasmid

Deakin University

Stella Loke

Obtaining high quality DNA from plant tissues for nanopore sequencing

Yusmiati Liau

Yusmiati Liau

Nanopore sequencing of the CYP2D6 pharmacogene