Daily schedule below:
6 December 1 pm - 9 pm
7 December 8:30 am - 6 pm
8 December 9 am - 12 pm
Please note that times are approximate. Please consult the CAGI website https://genomeinterpretation.org/ for more details closer to date.
*** Early registration closes 19 November 2019 ***
The CAGI* meeting will reflect on the accomplishments of the five editions of CAGI and seek to shape our vision for the future.
We will be organizing sessions of talks by variant type (missense, expression, splicing), and by disease type (complex, cancer, and rare disease), as well as talks on new methodologies, such as AI, and the impact of new databases.
Some of the questions we will be looking to address:
What is the current state of pathogenicity prediction tools?
What sorts of data will be available in the future, and how can they be incorporated in the study of germline genetic variation?
What are some advanced evaluation strategies for assessing the performance of prediction tools?
How can we move towards more reliable ACMG guidelines?
Fellowships are available, and all eligible applicants are strongly encouraged to apply. To be eligible for fellowships support, you must be a student or postdoc and a US citizen or permanent resident. We may also be able to support some members of under-represented groups, including those with disabilities, regardless of citizenship.
More details on https://genomeinterpretation.org
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