The first workshop on single-cell cancer genomics (SCANGEN) will take place on July 10th at ISMB 2018 in Chicago, USA. The workshop aims to cover computational and statistical methods, models, and applications in single-cell cancer genomics.
|8:35||8:40||Introduction / Welcome|
|8:40||9:00||Jean Fan, Harvard University (invited)||Integrated genetic and transcriptional analysis at the single-cell level|
|9:00||9:20||Kieran O'Neill, BC Cancer Agency||Determing the Mechanism of 5-Azacytidine Response in Myeloid Malignancies Using Single-cell DNA Methylation Sequencing Paired With Flow Cytometry|
|9:20||9:40||Sombeet Sahu, Mission Bio||Methods for Identifying Tumor Heterogeneity and Rare Subclones in Single Cell DNA Sequence Data|
|10:20||10:40||Chris Yau, University of Birmingham (invited)||Scalable Bayesian Tensor Factorization for single-cell Genomics|
|10:40||11:00||Huidong Chen, Massachusetts General Hospital Research Institute||STREAM: Single-cell Trajectories Reconstruction, Exploration And Mapping of omics data|
|11:00||11:20||Sahar Ansari, University of Michigan||Leveraging transcription factor networks to identify cell types from single-cell transcriptomes|
|11:20||11:40||Xun Zhu, University of Hawaii Cancer Center||Granatum X: A community engaging and flexible scRNA-Seq analysis environment connecting tool developers to bench scientists|
|11:40||12:00||Wei Vivian Li, University of California, Los Angeles||scImpute: An accurate and robust imputation method for single-cell RNA-seq data|
|12:00||12:20||Davis McCarthy, EMBL-EBI (invited)||An approach to studying clonal cell populations using bulk exome and single-cell RNA sequencing data|
|12:20||12:40||Simone Ciccolella, Università degli studi Milano Bicocca||Inferring Cancer Progression from Single Cell Sequencing while allowing loss of mutations|
|Lunch and posters|
|14:00||14:20||Florian Markowetz, CRUK Cambridge Institute (invited)||Inferring cancer evolution and mutational processes|
|14:20||14:40||Mohammed El-Kebir, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign||SPhyR: Tumor Phylogeny Estimation from Single-Cell Sequencing Data under Loss and Error|
|14:40||15:00||Violeta Beleva Guthrie, Johns Hopkins University||Single-cell sequencing analysis of pancreatic cancer precursor lesions reveals convergent evolution and polyclonal origins|
|15:00||15:20||Haoyun Lei, Carnegie Mellon University||Deconvolution of tumor copy number data using bulk and single-cell sequencing data|
|15:20||15:40||Katharina Jahn, ETH Zurich (invited)||Modelling tumour evolution from single-cell sequencing data|
|15:40||16:00||Bojan Losic, Icahn Institute for Muliscale Biology||Regulatory underpinnings of intra-tumor heterogeneity in HCC liver cancer|
|16:00||16:20||Sumon Ahmed, University of Manchester||Investigating Haematopoietic Stem Cells development by single cell sequencing|
|16:20||16:40||Rui Kuang, University of Minnesota Twin Cities||A multitask learning approach for clustering multiple single cell RNA-seq datasets|
The call for submissions is now closed.
We are pleased to offer two travel awards of $1000USD to PhD students and postdocs, generously supported by Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Centre. To apply, first submit your work to SCANGEN then email kicampbell _at_ bccrc _dot_ ca indicating that you wish to be considered for an award.