Connect with the SMRT Sequencing Community
Join us at the events listed below to discover how Single Molecule, Real-Time (SMRT) Sequencing can help advance your research.
Join us August 2 – 6 for Plant Health 2021 Online as we explore major shifts in bacterial, viral, nematode, and fungal pathosystems to help you anticipate and deflect future shifts in disease risk. Attend our pre-meeting week, July 26 – 30, for a variety of activities, including 45 committee meetings, the APS Awards Ceremony, APS Society Updates, and multiple networking opportunities. All are welcome to attend the committee sessions to listen, learn, and contribute your ideas on ways to advance APS and plant pathology.
Learn how scientists are using highly accurate long-read sequencing to make new discoveries about bacteria, viruses, and the complex systems they inhabit and influence in this, the second of a four-part microbial genomics webinar series.
Learn how scientists are using highly accurate long-read sequencing to make new discoveries about bacteria, viruses, and the complex systems they inhabit and influence in this, the third of a four-part microbial genomics webinar series.
Save the date! The fourth annual GGI retreat will be held on Friday, August 20, 2021 at Hunt Library on NC State’s Centennial Campus. The GGI Annual Retreat welcomes new graduate students and new faculty, highlights the research of GGI laboratories and Research Interest Groups, and features discussions about GGS graduate student recruitment and admission strategies.
The Bioinformatics Core is excited to announce a three day workshop on Iso-Seq in partnership with PacBio! With instruction from experienced Core personnel and Iso-Seq analysis experts, this short course will provide a mixture of lectures and hands-on analysis to give participants an overview of the possibilities represented by full length transcript isoform sequencing with Iso-Seq.Participants will explore experimental design, cost estimation, data generation, and analysis, following Iso-Seq experiments from end to end and learning about several applications of this high quality full length RNA sequence data. Exercises will be performed with provided datasets, using command-line interaction on the Genome Center Compute Cluster.
There are no prerequisites other than basic familiarity with genomic concepts. Some familiarity with the command-line and R is helpful. However, we will dedicate time on the first day to bringing everyone up-to-speed to be able to run the commands needed during this workshop. This workshop will be held remotely over Zoom and Slack, and run from 9:00am to 5:00pm each day.
Learn how scientists are using highly accurate long-read sequencing to make new discoveries about bacteria, viruses, and the complex systems they inhabit and influence in this, the fourth of a four-part microbial genomics webinar series.
Please join us for our 16th annual Genomics meeting with an updated name to better represent our meeting’s focus: “Sequencing to Function: Analysis and Applications for the Future (SFA2F)” on September 28th – 30th in beautiful, historic Santa Fe, NM…yes, in person! The three-day SFA2F conference will focus on Next Generation Sequencing technologies, applications, and their effect on the rapidly advancing field of Genomics.
CannMed showcases the greatest minds in cannabis science, medicine, cultivation, and safety. Since 2016, CannMed was born to promote understanding of cannabis’s complex science and its medical benefits for patients in need. Dr. Raphael Mechoulam and other cannabis industry leaders have chosen CannMed to announce their latest findings and breakthrough technologies to the world. With the cannabis industry anticipated to exceed $500B by 2028, CannMed is the one conference you cannot afford to miss. Join us in Pasadena, September 29 – October 1, for CannMed 2021, and experience firsthand what makes CannMed the industry’s premier cannabis science conference.
Join PacBio and your industry peers at the world’s largest online gathering of human genetics and genomics professionals. The meeting provides a forum for the presentation and discussion of cutting-edge science in all areas of human genetics. ASHG members and leading scientists from around the world are selected to present their research findings at invited, plenary, platform, and poster sessions. PacBio is a Gold Sponsor at this year’s event.
This conference is part of a yearly meeting initiated in 1991 to bring together genome sequencers, bioinformatics specialists, biologists, and geneticists, to forge interactions that would result in meaningful functional genomics. The goal of the meeting is to translate the influx of new genome sequencing information into useful biological studies.
The Lake Arrowhead 2021 meeting will have a major focus on microbial communities, the human microbiome, pathogens, and genome evolution. The field of genomics has reached the point where deriving the sequence of an organism’s entire genome is now seen as a beginning rather than an endpoint. The sequence itself is a powerful tool to guide further studies to achieve an understanding of the organism’s biology. This understanding requires either a detailed genetic analysis, or more rapid methods for developing functional genomics.
The next Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory conference on Genome Informatics will be held at Cold Spring Harbor, New York (this meeting has alternated with the Hinxton meeting started under the joint auspices of CSHL and the Wellcome Trust). The meeting will begin at 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, November 3, and finish with lunch on Saturday, November 6, 2021.
Association for Molecular Pathology (AMP) 2021 Annual Meeting & Expo will take place November 16-20 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania at the Pennsylvania Convention Center. Please plan to join us on November 16 for Short Course Day, and on November 17 for Corporate Workshop Day, ahead of the scientific program.
The theme of our meeting this year will be, “Leading Molecular Medicine Forward”.
AMP is the leading organization in the field of molecular diagnostics, and our annual meeting is widely considered the “premier gathering” of molecular professionals. As always, we will explore how cutting-edge technology and developments in molecular testing and diagnostics continue to have a major impact on patient care. The AMP 2021 Program Committee has planned an impressive program to spark dialogue and engagement amongst attendees and exhibitors from around the world, and we look forward to many happy reunions of colleagues and friends after this difficult pandemic period.