Galaxy @ Plant & Animal Genome XXVIII (PAG 2020)

Galaxy is for Plants and Animals too...

Galaxy will be at Plant and Animal Genome XXVII (PAG 2020, in San Diego, California, United States, January 11-15. This includes a Galaxy Workshop as well as other talks and posters featuring Galaxy.

In addition there will be a GMOD Codefest On January 9-10, the two days immediately before PAG starts.

Here's what we know about so far:

Date Time Topic Session Links Contact
Thursday, January 9 9:00-5:00 GMOD Codefest 2020 Pre-PAG Add your ideas Scott Cain, Dave Clements
Friday, January 10 9:00-5:00 GMOD Codefest 2020 Pre-PAG Add your ideas Scott Cain, Dave Clements
Saturday, January 11 1:30-1:50 Quick and Easy Genome Annotation Editing with Apollo Digital Tools and Resources Session 1, California Room Nathan Dunn
2:30-2:50 TreeGenes and CartograTree: Tools for Forest Tree Genomics Digital Tools and Resources Session 1, California Room Emily Grau
4:20-4:40 Galaxy As an Educational Tool and Community Resource for Undergraduate Training Teaching Genetics, Genomics, Biotechnology, and Bioinformatics, Pacific Salon 6-7 (2nd Floor) Mo Heydarian
Sunday, January 12 8:30-8:50 Using Genome Browsers Constructed by G-OnRamp to Provide Students with a Course-Based Undergraduate Research Experience in Genome Annotation Resources and Programs for Undergraduate Education in Genomics, Terrace Room - Handlery Hotel Wilson Leung
10:00-10:30 Submission, Archival and Visualisation of Single-Cell Sequencing Data Genome annotation resources at the EBI, California Room Nancy George
5:28-5:35 Tapping into the Tripal Galaxy: Association Mapping Studies on Forest Trees with Cartogratree Tripal Database Network and Initiatives, California Room Nic Herndon
Monday, January 13 10:00-11:30 P138: The Genomics Education Partnership: Introducing Undergraduates to Research by Engaging Them in Genome Annotation Poster Session - Even numbers Sarah Elgin
P142: Galaxy: A Global Platform & Community for Life Science Data Integration & Analysis Poster Session - Even numbers Dave Clements
P616: TreeGenes and CartograTree: Tools for Forest Tree Genomics Poster Session - Even numbers Emily Grau
3:00-4:30 P137: Using Genome Browsers Constructed by G-OnRamp to Provide Students with a Course-Based Undergraduate Research Experience in Genome Annotation Poster Session - Odd numbers Wilson Leung
P141: The Galaxy Training Network: A Community Based Training Resource Poster Session - Odd numbers Mo Heydarian
P561: Submission, Archival and Visualisation of Single-Cell Sequencing Data Poster Session - Odd numbers Nancy George
6:20-6:40 National Center for Genome Analysis Support (NCGAS): Genomics and other Science in the NSF-Funded Jetstream Cloud Cloud Computing for Genomics Data Analysis, Pacific Salon 2 Thomas G. Doak
7:13-7:25 Eukaryotic Pathogen, Vector & Host Informatics Resources (VEuPathDB) - a Merged International Approach Towards Achieving Sustainability Data Resource Sustainability and Funding, East 1 Jessica Kissinger
Tuesday, January 14 4:00-4:20 Introduction to Galaxy and the Galaxy Ecosystem Galaxy: An Open Platform for Data Analysis and Integration, California Room Dave Clements
4:20-4:50 Galaxy for Excellence in Breeding Galaxy: An Open Platform for Data Analysis and Integration, California Room Star Yanxin Gao
4:50-6:10 Galaxy Demo: Genomic Selection and Genome Wide Association Study (GWAS) Analysis with Excellence in Breeding Tools Galaxy: An Open Platform for Data Analysis and Integration, California Room Star Yanxin Gao, Mo Heydarian, Dave Clements, Umesh Rosyara, Jose Crossa, Mathias Lorieux