EI Long Read RNA Symposium 2021
This three-day symposium is aimed at researchers currently using long read technology for transcriptome annotation and analysis
This three-day symposium will combine presentation of use cases of long read RNAseq, sample processing hints and tips from the experts in sequencing facilities at Earlham Institute and SciLifeLab National Genomics Infrastructure, and technology developments from leading long read technology companies.
There will also be opportunities to discuss topics such as annotation, differential expression, low input single cell applications, exchanging expertise and challenges with other participants.
We are offering the opportunity to present your research at the symposium, and abstracts should be submitted when you register. You will present either as a 10 minute talk or a poster, and can select your preference during the registration. The submission deadline for abstracts is Sunday 16 May 2021.
Who is this event for?
Research staff and students who are current or soon to be users of long read technology for the production of transcriptomic data and those analysing long read RNAseq data to produce genome annotations, differential expression analyses and those using RenSeq.
We particularly encourage early career researchers and PhD students to submit abstracts for selection for presentation.
This training forms part of our BBSRC National Capability in Advanced Training
Please note that the below may be updated over the coming months and is subject to change. The times are in British Summer Time (BST).
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Registration deadline: 13 June 2021
Participation: Open to all