Please join us for a lunchtime workshop to hear perspectives for the future of human genomic research with the ability to generate a new gold-standard reference unique to a population, disease, or individual.



When:
Friday, February 27
12:00 noon, Palms Ballroom



Introduction:
Michael Hunkapiller,
President and Chief Executive Officer, Pacific Biosciences



Speakers:

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Workshop: Toward Comprehensive Genomes - Past, Present & Future

The Human Genome: From One To One Million
J. Craig Venter, Ph.D.
Co-founder, Chairman, and Chief Executive Officer, Human Longevity Inc.
Is Perfect Assembly Possible?
Gene Myers, Ph.D.
Founding Director, Systems Biology Center, Max Planck Institute
Finishing Genomes: Why Does It Matter?
Deanna Church, Ph.D.
Senior Director of Genomics and Content, Personalis
De Novo Assembly of a Human Diploid Genome for the Asian Genome Project
Jeong-Sun Seo M.D.,Ph.D.
Director Genomic Medicine Institute, Seoul National University College of Medicine
Founder and Chairman, Macrogen Inc.
PacBio Long Read Sequencing and Structural Analysis of a Breast Cancer Cell Line
W. Richard McCombie, Ph.D.
Professor, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory