Galaxy @ Plant & Animal Genome XXVIII (PAG 2020)

Galaxy is for Plants and Animals too...

Galaxy had a strong presence 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 was be a GMOD Codefest On January 9-10, the two days immediately before PAG starts.

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 Slides 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) Slides 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 Slides 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 Poster 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 Poster Wilson Leung
P141: The Galaxy Training Network: A Community Based Training Resource Poster Session - Odd numbers Poster 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 Slides Dave Clements
4:20-4:50 Galaxy for Excellence in Breeding Galaxy: An Open Platform for Data Analysis and Integration, California Room Slides 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 history Star Yanxin Gao, Mo Heydarian, Dave Clements, Umesh Rosyara, Jose Crossa, Mathias Lorieux