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Francisco De La Vega
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Foster City, CA (PRWEB) July 12, 2016 -- TOMA Biosciences and Real Time Genomics have joined forces to create a clinical grade analysis package that accurately detects DNA mutations in cancer patient samples acquired in a clinical setting.
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Abstract deadline for Hitseq 2016 has been extended to May 15. There is still a chance to submit an abstract to be selected for talks or posters and attend this well attended meeting, with 3 wonderful keynotes. Single-cell sequencing and precision oncology methods are the focus of the conference. For more details go to: http://hitseq.org
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Abstract deadline for Hitseq 2016 has been extended to May 15. There is still a chance to submit an abstract to be selected for talks or posters and attend this well attended meeting, with 3 wonderful keynotes. Single-cell sequencing and precision oncology methods are the focus of the conference. For more details go to: http://hitseq.org
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The deadline for full papers for HitSeq 2016 (conference on High-Throughput Sequencing Algorithms and Methods) is approaching. This year special topics in single-cell sequencing and precision oncology. Send us your work!

And two great keynote speakers announced so far: Sunney Xie (Harvard) and Lincoln Stein (OICR).

For more information: http://hitseq.org
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There is something mesmerizing about an evil genius at the height of their craft, and Eric Lander is an evil genius at the height of his craft. Lander's recent essay in Cell entitled “The Heroes of CRISPR” is his masterwork, at once so evil and yet so brilliant that I find it hard not to stand ...
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HitSeq'15 is promising to be a great conference! hitseq.org. Register at the ISMB'15 web site: ow.ly/Nzgr9
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The schedule for HiTSeq'15, conference on algorithms for NGS data analysis, is out! Check it out at: hitseq.org
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Francisco De La Vega

Bioinformatics  - 
 
Abstract deadline for Hitseq 2016 has been extended to May 15. There is still a chance to submit an abstract to be selected for talks or posters and attend this well attended meeting, with 3 wonderful keynotes. Single-cell sequencing and precision oncology methods are the focus of the conference. For more details go to: http://hitseq.org
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Abstract deadline for Hitseq 2016 has been extended to May 15. There is still a chance to submit an abstract to be selected for talks or posters and attend this well attended meeting, with 3 wonderful keynotes. Single-cell sequencing and precision oncology methods are the focus of the conference. For more details go to: http://hitseq.org
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The deadline for full papers for HitSeq 2016 (conference on High-Throughput Sequencing Algorithms and Methods) is approaching. This year special topics in single-cell sequencing and precision oncology. Send us your work!

And two great keynote speakers announced so far: Sunney Xie (Harvard) and Lincoln Stein (OICR).

For more information: http://hitseq.org
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Agenda for HiTSe'2015 is now available. This bodes to be a great conference.
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Chief Scientific Officer, Annai Systems, Inc.
Skills
genomics, computational biology, genetics, technical leadership, entrepreneurship
Employment
  • Annai Systems, Inc.
    Chief Scientific Officer, 2 - present
    Annai is a genomics "big data" management and analytics start-up, currently with a beachhead in cancer genomics through their development & management of CG Hub, the largest repository of NGS cancer data from the NIH/NCI TCGA project. In my role as CSO, I will define and implement a scientific strategy for the company, evangelize on Annai's product line in scientific & industry forums, guide Annai's expansion to new genomics markets, and define and prototype new applications.
  • Stanford University School of Medicine
    Visiting Scholar/Instructor, present
    Performing research in human population genomics in collaboration with Professor Carlos D. Bustamante.
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San Francisco, CA, USA
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Mexico City, Mexico - Paris, France
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Genomics Scientist & Technical Leader
Introduction
Accomplished technical executive and genomics/bioinformatics industry scientist with over 17 years of experience in overseeing the research, development, and validation of innovative genetic analysis technologies and bioinformatics tools enabling high-throughput biology. Ability to bridge between science and technology to provide customer focus and to develop and motivate teams of scientists and engineers into agile development projects. Excellent scientific communication skills enabling successful collaborative projects with biomedical researchers and to maintain stature in the genomics and computational biology communities.
Bragging rights
Co-recipient of the Bio-IT Best Practices award of 2008 for a methodology that permitted the discovery of a new susceptibility gene for Crohn's disease.
Education
  • CINVESTAV
    Doctor of Science; Genetics & Molecular Biology, 1991 - 2000
  • CINVESTAV
    Master of Science; Pharmacology, 1985 - 1990
  • Universidad Autonoma Metropolitana
    BS. Biology, 1980 - 1985
  • MIT Sloan School of Management
    Executive Certificate in Management & Leadership, 2005 - 2007
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Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
Excellent eggs Benedict and other selections for breakfast. No Wifi.
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reviewed 3 years ago
Food was good, nothing outstanding, but the beer selection was great.
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Wonderful breakfast with wide selection of new zealand breakfast food. The coffee is also great. And the porridge is out of this world.
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
The food was great, and the place was cozy. A good selection of steaks, and the presentation of the food is nice. The service was good when I visited.
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
More classical NZ fare, including lamb and steak. I wanted to try to pork belly, but they were out, apparently because someone left it out of the fridge during the weekend and was toast. We also took advantage of 2X1 main dish at the day of the week we visited.
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