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Date Event Presentation Speakers
August 21, 2016 Leena Peltonen School of Human Genomics From eQTLs to regulatory networks and disease aetiology Manolis Dermitzakis
July 10, 2016 21st International Chromosome Conference Opening and keynote talk William C Earnshaw
November 1, 2015 EMBL Conference: Cancer Genomics Keynote lecture: Signatures of mutational processes Michael R STRATTON
September 17, 2014 Nature Genetics and the Wellcome Trust present: The Genomics of Common Diseases 2014 Nature Genetics and the Wellcome Trust present: The Genomics of Common Diseases 2014 Gil McVean
April 6, 2013 AACR Annual Meetings Novel Mechanisms of Cancer Genomic Alteration Michael R STRATTON
Inter- and Intratumor Heterogeneity in Human Cancer P. Andrew Futreal, The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX P. Andrew Futreal
June 20, 2011 Changing Landscape of the Cancer Genome (F3) Pattern Somatic Mutations in Cancer and Progression Michael R STRATTON
March 20, 2011 HIV Evolution, Genomics, and Pathogenesis (X7) Human Cellular Quantitative Genetics Manolis Dermitzakis
June 20, 2010 Human Variation: Cause and Consequence Evolution of the cancer genome Michael R STRATTON
Functional regulatory variation in humans Manolis Dermitzakis
February 24, 2008 GENES & BEHAVIOR Cognition and the postsynaptic proteome Seth Grant
February 3, 2008 GRC - Molecular Evolution Dissecting Regulatory Variation in the Human Genome Manolis Dermitzakis
November 4, 2007 AACR Centennial Conference: Translational Cancer Medicine Plenary Session 2: Proteomics, Genomics and Biomarker Discovery Michael R STRATTON
July 7, 2007 CHROMATIN AND TRANSCRIPTION Cenp-A chromatin at fission yeast centromeres Robin Allshire
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