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Reproducibility of Data Collection and Analysis -- Modern technologies in genome technology: potentials and pitfalls

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1 Thumbnail image Introduction - Dr. Michael Gottesman, Deputy Director for Intramural Research, NIH 0:00:05
2 Thumbnail image Opening Remarks - Eric Green, NHGRI Director 0:01:17
3 Thumbnail image Session 1: Genomics in Clinical Research - Moderator: David Nelson, American Journal of Human Genetics 0:13:19
4 Thumbnail image Reproducibility in Research Genomics - Stephen Chanock, NCI, NIH 0:16:59
5 Thumbnail image Reproducibility in Clinical Genomics - Les Biesecker, NHGRI, NIH 0:36:32
6 Thumbnail image Session 2: Whole Genome and Exome Sequencing - Moderator: Hillary Sussman, Genome Research 1:11:21
7 Thumbnail image Whole Genome and Exome Sequencing Reproducibility - Jim Mullikin, NHGRI, NIH 1:13:45
8 Thumbnail image Analysis Reproducibility - James Taylor, Hopkins 1:33:35
9 Thumbnail image Promoting Reproducibility - Hillary Sussman, Genome Research 1:48:01
10 Thumbnail image Session 3: RNA-Seq Moderator: Natalie de Souza, Nature Methods 2:12:40
11 Thumbnail image RNA-Seq, Paul Meltzer, NCI, NIH 2:13:58
12 Thumbnail image Large-Scale RNA-Seq Analysis, Normalization and Reproducibility - Chris Mason, Cornell 2:37:37
13 Thumbnail image Session 4: ChIP-Seq and other Epigenomic Tools - Moderator: Kyle Vogan, Nature Genetics 3:08:42
14 Thumbnail image ChIP-Seq and other Epigenomic Tools: Potentials and Pitfalls - Keji Zhao, NHLBI, NIH 3:10:48
15 Thumbnail image Reproducibility Analysis of ChIP-Seq Data - Xiaole Shirley Liu, Harvard 3:31:03
16 Thumbnail image Closing Remarks - Stephen Chanock, NCI, NIH 4:00:55
   
Air date: Thursday, June 4, 2015, 12:30:00 PM
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Description: The purpose of these workshops is to educate the NIH intramural research community about what advanced technologies can accomplish and the kinds of reproducibility problems that can arise; provide a cautionary note to scientists who hope to use but are inexperienced with various new modeling techniques; and educate others who are attempting to interpret results in the literature.

For more information go to http://wals.od.nih.gov/reproducibility
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Abstract: (CIT): The purpose of these workshops is to educate the NIH intramural research community about what advanced technologies can accomplish and the kinds of reproducibility problems that can arise; provide a cautionary note to scientists who hope to use but are inexperienced with various new modeling techniques; and educate others who are attempting to interpret results in the literature.
Subjects: Biomedical Technology--methods
Data Interpretation, Statistical
Diffusion of Innovation
Genomics--methods
Reproducibility of Results
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