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    Education: Mendelian WES/WGS Data Analysis Workshop @ University of Washington
    Submitted by Jessica Chong; posted on Tuesday, May 15, 2018

    Monday, August 13 – Friday, August 17, 2018
    University of Washington Campus, Seattle, WA, USA
    uwcmg.org/#analysisWorkshop

    BACKGROUND

    The University of Washington Center for Mendelian Genomics (UW-CMG) is offering a weeklong course on the analysis of next generation sequence data that will focus on strategies and tools for solving Mendelian disorders. The course is intended for data analysts/researchers who analyze next generation sequence data. Application available here: uwcmg.org/#analysisWorkshop

    This is our 6th consecutive year running this workshop!

    COURSE OUTLINE

    The course will consist of lectures and hands-on exercises designed to help reinforce the lecture content.

    Monday: IT infrastructure; pipeline overview, CMG data, VCF files and Unix basics
    Tuesday: Sample/project level QC, study design & modes of analysis
    Wednesday: Annotation, interpreting CNV results, introduction to Gemini, and analysis using Gemini for autosomal recessive and de novo models
    Thursday: Analysis using Gemini for autosomal dominant models, candidate genes and variants, data sharing, and hands-on exercises
    Friday: Team projects, presentations, wrap up, additional questions, and feedback

    NOTE

    Space is limited and applications will be accepted until all spaces are filled. The cost to attend the Workshop is $300 (US). Attendees are responsible for costs associated with attending the workshop (i.e., airfare, housing, and incidentals).

    Lunch and snacks provided each day. Campus housing is available. A laptop and specific software are required for participation.

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