Galaxy @ Plant & Animal Genome XXVII (PAG 2019)

Galaxy is for Plants and Animals too...

Galaxy will be at Plant and Animal Genome XXVII (PAG 20189, in San Diego, California, United States, January 12-16. This includes a Galaxy Workshop as well as other talks and posters featuring Galaxy. Here's what we know about:

Date Time Topic Session Links Contact
Saturday, January 12 10:30-10:46 ELIXIR Resources for Interoperability Interoperability and Federation Across Bioinformatic Platforms and Resources, California Room Frederik Coppens
11:35-11:55 Efficient Integration of Marker-Assisted and Genomic Selection in a Modern Rice-Breeding Program Connecting Crop Phenotype and Genotype Data, Golden Ballroom Juan D. Arbelaez
Sunday, January 13
Monday, January 15 10:00-11:30 Poster Session - Even Numbers
12:10-12:30 TreeGenes and CartograTree: Tools for Forest Tree Genomics Digital Tools and Resources Session 2, California Room Sean Buehler
3:00-4:30 Poster Session - Odd Numbers
Tuesday, January 15 11:30-11:45 Integrated Genomic Selection Galaxy Analysis Pipeline and Workflows Digital Tools and Resources Session 3, California Room Juan D. Arbelaez
4:05-4:25 Introduction to Galaxy and the Galaxy Ecosystem Workshop: Galaxy: An Open Platform for Data Analysis and Integration, California Room Frederik Coppens
4:25-4:45 A Phenomenal Workflow to Study the Metabolites Variation in Bryophytes across Seasons Workshop: Galaxy: An Open Platform for Data Analysis and Integration, California Room Steffen Neumann
4:45-5:05 Galaxy Tools for Comparative Gene Family Analysis in Plant Genomics Workshop: Galaxy: An Open Platform for Data Analysis and Integration, California Room Eric Wafula, Claude dePamphilis
5:05-5:25 Galaxy Metabolomics from the Ground up Workshop: Galaxy: An Open Platform for Data Analysis and Integration, California Room Arthur Eschenlauer
5:25-5:45 Multi-Omics with Galaxy for Diverse Biological Applications Workshop: Galaxy: An Open Platform for Data Analysis and Integration, California Room Tim Griffin, Pratik Jagtap
5:45-6:05 Eukaryotic Genome Annotation with G-OnRamp California Room Luke Sargent
Wednesday, January 16
TBD Execution of Scientific Workflows for Tripal-Based Community Databases
TBD G-OnRamp: Create Genome Browsers for Collaborative Eukaryotic Genome Annotations