Event Archive

Aarhus Genome Center - iSEQ seminar series on Precision Medicine 1 February 2018

Speaker: Professor Gerome Breen, King's College London.

Title: The genetics of depression: exploring the role of traumatic environments while trying to find new drugs and targets.


Joint iSEQ and AU Interdisciplinary Network Minisymposium 5 October 2016

Talk 1: Molecular archaeology of cancer by Peter Van Loo, Cancer Genomics Francis Crick Institute, London.
Talk 2: The landscape of selection in cancer and somatic evolution by Inigo Martincorena, Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute, Cambridge.

Joint iPSYCH and iSEQ Seminar 15 September 2016

Speaker: Professor Jonathan Mill, University of Exeter Medical School and Kings College London.
Talk: Epigenomic trajectories to neuropsychiatric and neurodegenerative disease.

iSEQ lunch seminar 13 April 2016

Speaker: Professor Harvey Lodish, Whitehead Institute for Biomedical Research, Department of Biological Engineering and Biology, MIT.
Talk: Lineage- specific long non-coding RNAs regulate development of erythrocytes, brown and white adipocytes, and probably every cell type. 

iSEQ lunch seminar 30 March 2016

Speaker: DSander Granneman, Centre for Systems and Synthetic Biology, University of Edinburgh.
Title: Unravelling the role of RNA decay in shaping gene expression profiles during stress adaptation.

iSEQ lunch seminar 24 February 2016

Speaker: Oliver Stegle, European Bioinformatics Institute (EMBL-EBI), Cambridge.
Title: Statistical approaches to exploit high-dimensional phenotype data in association genetics.

iSEQ lunch seminar 10 February 2016

Speaker: Ulf Andersson Ørum, Max Planck Institute for Molecular Genetics, Berlin.
Title: Long ncRNA as activators of transcription.

iSEQ lunch seminar 3 February 2016

Speaker: Marco Gerlinger, The Royal Marsden Hospital, London. The Institute of Cancer Research.
Title: Reconstructing and Predicting Cancer Evolution.

iSEQ lunch seminar 14 October 2015

Speaker: Kaitlin Samocha, Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard.
Title: Using large reference-population call-sets to prioritize found variation in autism patients.

iSEQ lunch seminar 2 September 2015

Speaker: Guojie Zhang, Assistant Professor. China National Genebank, BGI-Shenzhen, China. Section of Ecology and Evolution, Department of Biology, University of Copenhagen.                                                           
Title: Bird genome 10K project, tracing the micro&macro evolutionary history of bird.

iSEQ lunch seminar 6 May 2015

Speaker: Nuria Lopez-Bigas, ICREA Research Professor, University Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona.
Title: Analyzing thousands of tumor genomes to identify cancer drivers and their targeted therapeutic opportunities.

iSEQ lunch seminar 8 April 2015

Speaker: Vincent Pelechano, PhD, Staff Scientist. European Molecular Biology Laboratories.
Talk: Deciphering gene expression with genomics: from transcriptional complexity to ribosome dynamics.

iSEQ lunch seminar 4 March 2015

Speaker: Vincent Pelechano, PhD, Staff Scientist. European Molecular Biology Laboratories.
Title: Deciphering gene expression with genomics: from transcriptional complexity to ribosome dynamics.

iSEQ lunch seminar 4 February 2015

iSEQ midterm meeting 11 - 12 December 2014

The aim of the meeting was to discuss and develop scientific plans and the related activities in iSEQ, and enjoy scientific and social interactions.

iSEQ lunch seminar 5 November 2014

Speaker: Bjarni J Vilhjalmsson, Bioinformatics Research Center, AU.
Title: Predicting Disease Risk from Whole Genome Data.

Joint DANDRITE & iSEQ Seminar 3 October 2014

Speaker: Kristian Andersen, Harvard University, Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard.
Title: Genomic surveillance elucidates Ebola virus origin and transmission during the 2014 outbreak.

iSEQ lunch seminar 1 October 2014

Speaker: Jan Gorodkin, PhD, Professor, Center for non-coding RNA in Technology and Health, IKVH.
Title: Bioinformatic approaches to study high-throughput data in novel ways.

iSEQ lunch seminar 3 September 2014

Speaker: Gill Bejerano, Associate Professor, Stanford University.
Title: Some basic principles of human gene regulation.

iSEQ lunch seminar 6 June 2014

Speaker: Tune H. Pers, PhD, Broad Institute of Harvard and MIT.
Title: Towards schizophrenia genes and pathways based on hypothesis-free analysis of GWAS data.

iSEQ lunch seminar 2 April 2014

Speaker: Henrik Kaessmann, PhD, Associate Professor, University of Lausanne, Switzerland.
Title: The evolution of mammalian tissue transcriptomes.

iSEQ lunch seminar 5 March 2014

Speaker: Dr. Wei Chen, Berlin Institute for Medical Systems Biology, Max-Delbrück-Center for Molecular Medicine.
Title: De Novo Full-Length Transcriptome Analysis by a Hybrid Sequencing Approach.

iSEQ lunch seminar 8 January 2014

Speaker: Jim Crowley, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Title: Pervasive Allelic Imbalance Revealed by Allele-Specific Gene Expression in Highly Divergent Mouse Crosses.

iSEQ lunch seminar 4 December 2013

Speaker: Professor Chris Ponting, Department of Physiology Anatomy & Genetics, University of Oxford.
Title: A real-ome or an imagin-ome? Are lncRNAs functional?

iSEQ lunch seminar 6 November 2013

Speaker: Jakob Hedegaard, Department of Molecular Medicine (MOMA), Molecular Diagnostic Laboratory, Aarhus University Hospital.
Title: Development of methods for NGS based RNA-Seq and DNA-Seq on FFPE materials.

iSEQ lunch seminar 2 October 2013

Speaker: Anders Albrechtsen, Department of Biology, Bioinformatics, University of Copenhagen.
Title: Genome wide association studies in small and highly admixed populations.

iSEQ lunch seminar 4 September 2013

Speakere: Professor Anders Børglum, Associate Professor Jane H. Christensen, Psychiatrist, PhD Fellow Anto Rajkumar, Institute of Biomedicine, Aarhus University.
Title: The BRD1 gene and interactome in psychiatric disorders.

iSEQ Opening Ceremony 7 December 2012

Opening ceremony of the new Aarhus University interdisciplinary center iSEQ, Centre for Integrative Sequencing. The program features four international distinguished speakers.

AU Summer Meeting 2012

Video is in danish.