The second workshop on single-cell cancer genomics (SCANGEN) will take place virtually on Tuesday, July 14th 2pm-5.30pm ET at ISMB 2020. The workshop aims to cover computational and statistical methods, models, and applications in single-cell cancer genomics.
Contributed talks and posters are now closed.
|Start (ET)||End (ET)||Presenter||Title|
|14:00||14:20||Smita Krishnaswamy, Yale (invited)||Deep Representation Learning for Problems in Biology|
|14:20||14:40||Laura Richards, Toronto||Gradient of developmental and injury-response transcriptional states define roots of glioblastoma heterogeneity|
|14:40||15:00||Claudia Kleinman, McGill (invited)||Inferring the origins of pediatric brain tumors by single-cell analysis of the normal developing brain|
|15:20||15:40||Ben Raphael, Princeton (invited)||Copy number aberrations from single-cell sequencing|
|15:40||16:00||Xiangqi Bai, Chinese Academy of Sciences||Joint Inference of Clonal Structure using Single-cell DNA-Seq and RNA-Seq data|
|16:00||16:20||Yingxin Lin, University of Sydney||Integrative analysis of breast cancer survival based on spatial features|
|17:00||17:20||Sohrab Shah, MSKCC (Invited)||Single cell whole genome sequencing for studying cancer evolution|
|17:20||17:40||Lingfei Wang, Broad Institute||Normalisr: inferring single-cell differential and co-expression with linear association testing|
The workshop is co-located at ISMB 2020. Due to the ongoing Covid-19 situation, the entire conference will now be held virtually, on Tuesday July 14th. For information on registration, see the main ISMB conference page.