During 2016-2017, I hosted a Seminar series for the Broad Center of Mendelian Genomics on topics of interest to the Rare disease research community. In 2018, this seminar series moved to the Yale Center of Mendelian Genomics along with me!

July 2016

Title: Using regional missense constraint to prioritize de novo variants identified in patients with a neurodevelopmental disorder
Presenter: Kaitlin Samocha (Daly lab)
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August 2016

Title: VQSR: A Machine Learning Approach to Custom Callset Filtration
Presenter: Laura Gauthier (Broad Institute DSDE)
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Title: Hail: Scaling Genomic Data Analysis
Presenter: Cotton Seed, Tim Poterba, Laurent Francioli and Kyle Satterstrom (Neale lab)
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September 2016

Title: Using high-resolution variant frequencies to empower clinical genome interpretation
Presenter: James Ware (MacArthur and Seidman lab)
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Title: Population-based penetrance estimation in rare diseases
Presenter: Eric Minikel (MacArthur lab)
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Title: Interpretation of missense variants using protein structures and features
Presenter: Jakob Jespersen (Lage lab)
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November 2016

Title: Using GeNets for disease research
Presenter: Kasper Lage (Lage lab)
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Title: Genome-wide significance testing of variation from single case exomes
Presenter: Amy Wilfert and Don Conrad (Conrad lab)
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December 2016

Title: Gene discovery efforts at the Manton Center
Presenter: Pankaj Agrawal (Manton Center for Orphan Diseases)
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Title: Biallelic mutations in human accelerated regions (HARs) are associated with abnormal social and cognitive behavior
Presenter: Ryan Doan (Walsh lab)
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January 2017

Title: Epigenetic consequences of rare missense mutations contributing to congenital arhinia and an oligogenic form of muscular dystrophy
Presenter: Harrison Brand (Talkowski lab)
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Title: Biallelic mutations in the 3′ exonuclease TOE1 cause pontocerebellar hypoplasia and uncover a role in snRNA processing
Presenter: Anne Gregor (Gleeson lab)
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Title: Defects of the nuclear pore proteins NUP93, NUP205, and exportin 5 link monogenic forms of nephrotic syndrome to alterations in SMAD signaling
Presenter: Daniela Braun (Hildebrandt lab)
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February 2017

Title: Investigating Inherited Retinal Degenerations
Presenter: Kinga Bujakowska (Pierce lab)
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Title: Diagnosis of DMD patients using human myotubes
Presenter: Jamie Marshall (MacArthur lab)
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April 2017

Title: Actionable Findings and Discoveries in MYOSEQ
Presenter: Ana Topf and Katherine Johnson (Newcastle University)
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July 2017

Title: Genetic Studies of Human Hematopoietic Disorders
Presenter: Vijay Sankaran (Sankaran lab)
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August 2017

Title: An Update on Return of Genomic Results in Research
Presenter: Robert Green (Green lab)
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April 2018

Title: The human noncoding genome defined by genetic diversity
Presenter: Julia di Iulio
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Title: CRISPR/Cas9-Mediated Scanning for Regulatory Elements Required for HPRT1 Expression via Thousands of Large, Programmed Genomic Deletions.
Presenter: Molly Gasperini (Shendure lab)
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May 2018

Title: De novo mutations in regulatory elements in neurodevelopmental disorders
Presenter: Patrick Short
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Title: Programmable editing of a target base in genomic DNA without double-stranded DNA cleavage
Presenter: Alexis Komor
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June 2018

Title: De novo and transmitted mutations in Congenital Heart Disease
Presenter: Sheng Chih Jin
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