Computational Genomics Summer Institute

Long Program | July 10th – August 2nd
Big Bear Retreat | July 10th – 13th
#1 Short Program | July 15th – 19th
#2 Short Program | July 29th – August 2nd

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The Computational Genomics Summer Institute brings together mathematical and computational scientists, sequencing technology developers in both industry and academia, and the biologists who use the instruments for particular research applications.

2019 Programs

Long Program

Long Program | July 10th – August 2nd
Graduate students and recent PhDs may apply to participate in the entire 23-day program, including the Big Bear Retreat and both short courses.
 The intermediate week will consist of morning lectures, and daily affinity group discussions and presentations.  Housing is available for an additional fee.

Short Programs

#1 Short Program | July 15th – 19th
#2 Short Program | July 29th – August 2nd
There are two five-day short programs.  The first short course covers Computational Genomics broadly, and the second focuses on human disease and precision health. Both will include both research talks and tutorials, affinity groups, social and cultural activities, and some meals.  Housing is available for an additional fee.

This is my favorite conference to attend. The journal club was the best feature in my opinion, as it allows people to engage with other people easier in small group settings.

2017 Participant

Talks were very well prepared and the long format (45 min) was great for providing enough background for people outside the field.

2018 Participant

There was plenty of time to interact with others, I never had so many new contacts from a single scientific meeting as after CGSI.

2017 Participant

CGSI Faculty 2019

Can Alkan, Bilkent University David Anastasiu, San Jose State University Valerie Arboleda, UCLA Sharon Aviran, UC Davis Vineet Bafna, UCSD Lisa Bastarache, Vanderbilt University Gillian Belbin, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai Dan Benjamin, USC Paul Boutros, UCLA Na Cai, EBI Shai Carmi, Hebrew University of Jerusalem Rayan Chikhi, Institut Pasteur Karen Conneely, Emory University Nancy Cox, Vanderbilt University Jason Ernst, UCLA Eleazar Eskin, UCLA Jonathan Flint, UCLA Nandita Garud, UCLA Simon Gravel, McGill University Casey Greene, University of Pennsylvania Eran Halperin, UCLA Jo Hardin, Pomona College Fereydoun Hormozdiari, UC Davis Haky (Hae Kyung) Im, University of Chicago Iuliana Ionita, Columbia University Hyun Min Kang, University of Michigan Eimear Kenny, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai David Knowles, Columbia University David Koslicki, Penn State University Smita Krishnaswamy, Yale University Su-In Lee, University of Washington  Jessica (Jingyi) Li, UCLA Wei Li, Baylor College of Medicine Jian Ma, CMU Anna Sapfo Malaspina, SIB & UNIL Nick Mancuso, UCLA Serghei Mangul, USC Jonathan Marchini, Regeneron Genetics Center Siavash Mirarab, UCSD Pejman Mohammadi, Scripps Research Quaid Morris, University of Toronto Magnus Nordborg, GMI, Austria John Novembre, University of Chicago Layla Oesper, Carleton College Bogdan Pasaniuc, UCLA Dana Pe’er, Sloan Kettering Institute Itsik Pe’er, Columbia University Yanjun Qi, University of Virginia Ben Raphael, Princeton University Saharon Rosset, Tel Aviv University Sushmita Roy, WID Cenk Sahinalp, Indiana University Bloomington Sriram Sankararaman, UCLA Michael Schatz, Johns Hopkins University Alexander Schönhuth, CWI, Amsterdam Sagiv Shifman, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem Sagi Snir, University of Haifa Jae-Hoon Sul, UCLA Fabio Vandin, University of Padova Peter Visscher, University of Queensland, Australia Naomi Wray, University of Queensland, Australia Yi Xing, UCLA Noah Zaitlen, UCLA Alex Zelikovsky, Georgia State University James Zou, Stanford University Or Zuk, Hebrew University of Jerusalem