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HitSeq'14 Call for Abstracts
The Conference on High Throughput Sequencing Methods and Applications (HiTSeq 2014) is a satellite meeting of the ISMB 2014 conference to be held on July 11-12 at Boston, MA. HitSeq brings together biologists and computational scientists interested in exploring the challenges and opportunities in the analysis of high-throughput sequencing technologies. HiTSeq welcomes submissions on any topic related to high throughput sequencing technologies. 

Abstracts can be submitted until May 12.  Abstracts will be evaluated independently for the conference proceedings. Presentations of abstracts at HiTSeq may be either plenary talks or a poster at the conference poster session. Abstracts for consideration should be one page and submitted using the Easy Chair system (https://www.easychair.org/conferences/submission_new.cgi?a=5802935).

As the deadline approaches, we ask potential submitters to contact the organizers with any questions at Francisco.DeLaVega (at) Stanford (dot) edu and hitseq@hitseq.org.
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HitSeq'14 Call for Abstracts
The Conference on High Throughput Sequencing Methods and Applications (HiTSeq 2014) is a satellite meeting of the ISMB 2014 conference to be held on July 11-12 at Boston, MA. HitSeq brings together biologists and computational scientists interested in exploring the challenges and opportunities in the analysis of high-throughput sequencing technologies. HiTSeq welcomes submissions on any topic related to high throughput sequencing technologies. 

Abstracts can be submitted until May 12.  Abstracts will be evaluated independently for the conference proceedings. Presentations of abstracts at HiTSeq may be either plenary talks or a poster at the conference poster session. Abstracts for consideration should be one page and submitted using the Easy Chair system (https://www.easychair.org/conferences/submission_new.cgi?a=5802935).

As the deadline approaches, we ask potential submitters to contact the organizers with any questions at Francisco.DeLaVega (at) Stanford (dot) edu and hitseq@hitseq.org.
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Call for Papers
The Conference on High Throughput Sequencing Methods and Applications (HiTSeq 2014) is a satellite meeting of the ISMB 2014 conference to be held on July 11-12 at Boston, MA. HitSeq brings together biologists and computational scientists interested in exploring the challenges and opportunities in the analysis of high-throughput sequencing technologies. HiTSeq welcomes submissions on any topic related to high throughput sequencing technologies.
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An updated version of our Joint Pedigree Caller manuscript is available. Thanks for the feedback! http://goo.gl/DHj4Cn
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Finally! Our manuscript on joint variant identification in pedigrees from next-generation sequencing data is out at the new biology preprint server bioRxiv.
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Hi,

We can adjust the banding to allow for indels of up to 25bp. It doesn't matter is real or simulated data. Now, this dent mean the indel is real. That is why we have a dedicated algorithm during variant calling to deal with these alignments and using all the evidence from multiple reads, score them.

Thanks for the typo.
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HitSeq'14 Call for Abstracts
The Conference on High Throughput Sequencing Methods and Applications (HiTSeq 2014) is a satellite meeting of the ISMB 2014 conference to be held on July 11-12 at Boston, MA. HitSeq brings together biologists and computational scientists interested in exploring the challenges and opportunities in the analysis of high-throughput sequencing technologies. HiTSeq welcomes submissions on any topic related to high throughput sequencing technologies. 

Abstracts can be submitted until May 12.  Abstracts will be evaluated independently for the conference proceedings. Presentations of abstracts at HiTSeq may be either plenary talks or a poster at the conference poster session. Abstracts for consideration should be one page and submitted using the Easy Chair system (https://www.easychair.org/conferences/submission_new.cgi?a=5802935).

As the deadline approaches, we ask potential submitters to contact the organizers with any questions at Francisco.DeLaVega (at) Stanford (dot) edu and hitseq@hitseq.org.
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HitSeq'14 has received a record number of full papers. You can still submit abstracts until May 13. See more details at the conference webpage: http://hitseq.org
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Call for Papers
The Conference on High Throughput Sequencing Methods and Applications (HiTSeq 2014) is a satellite meeting of the ISMB 2014 conference to be held on July 11-12 at Boston, MA. HitSeq brings together biologists and computational scientists interested in exploring the challenges and opportunities in the analysis of high-throughput sequencing technologies. HiTSeq welcomes submissions on any topic related to high throughput sequencing technologies.
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An updated version of our Joint Pedigree Caller manuscript is available. Thanks for the feedback! 
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Finally! Our manuscript on joint variant identification in pedigrees from next-generation sequencing data is out at the new biology preprint server bioRxiv.
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Chief Scientific Officer, Annai Systems, Inc.
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genomics, computational biology, genetics, technical leadership, entrepreneurship
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  • 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.
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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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