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Most recently updated: 16 September 2013
+FIVE POINTSFive Points lecture series bring leading scientists from around the world for an in-depth discussion of their work with students, researchers and clinicians from the New York Genome Center, its member institutions, and others in the medical/scientific community. While Five Points lectures are free and open to the general public, these lectures are most beneficial to scientists, clinicians and researchers who wish to accelerate their research through the use of DNA sequencing technology and bioinformatics. Five Points lectures often frame five or so key points, in a nod to the series’ name — followed by 15 minutes of Q&A, and 30 minutes of networking over hors d’oeuvres and cocktails. These afternoon events are held in the Center’s state-of-the-art ground-floor auditorium starting at 4 pm.
- Ben Voight, PhDSeptember
4:00 PM — 5:30 PM
Computational Approaches to Identify Meaningful Complex Disease Loci in the Human Genome26
- Jeff Leek, PhDOctober
4:00 PM — 5:30 PM
Building a Comprehensive Resource for the Study of Human Gene Expression with Machine Learning and Data Science11
- Kun Zhang, PhDNovember
4:00 PM — 5:30 PM
Integrative Single-Cell Analysis by Transcriptional and Chromatin States in the Human Adult Brain8
+EVENING TALKSThe New York Genome Center’s Evening Talks events feature distinguished experts from around the world sharing genomic insights and research. They are intended to showcase and explain high science to the non-scientific community. Speakers present the latest research findings and explain its implication for helping improve clinical care for a wide array of serious diseases. The lecture is followed by a lively question-and-answer session and a post-event reception of hors d’oeuvres and cocktails. These popular free public events are held in the Center’s state-of-the-art ground-floor auditorium starting at 6:30 pm.
- Evening Talk: Aging & GenomicsOctober
6:30 PM — 8:30 PM
Please join us for an evening with Max Gomez, PhD and Nir Barzilai, MD.24
+New York Cancer Genomics Research NetworkTo advance collaborative efforts on cancer genomics, the New York Genome Center (NYGC) hosts meetings on the first Tuesday of every month to bring together leading cancer researchers, clinicians and postdocs from the NYGC’s Institutional Founding Members and other key academic institutions. The organizers include Drs. Harold Varmus (Weill Cornell Medicine & NYGC), Marcin Imielinski (Weill Cornell Medicine & NYGC), Ross Levine (Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center) and Sohail Tavazoie (The Rockefeller University).
- Neville World Science Festival
- Using Data Science to Anticipate Cancer Evolution & Design Adaptive Therapies
- Dr. Neville Sanjana talks about CRISPR on CUNY TV
- All of Your Data in a Drop of DNA
- The ABCs of DNA; A Genomic Revolution @ NYGC April 05 2017
- How combining an evolutionary perspective with genomic methods can advance CLL treatment
- Interview: Laurence De Torrente, New York Genome Center
Women in Big Data
- Andrew Kung, MD, PhD – March 22 pt.1
- Andrew Kung, MD, PhD – March 22 pt.2
- Five Points Lecture: Sasha Levy, PhD – February 17
- Five Points Lecture: Nicholas Tatonetti – February 3
- Five Points Lecture: Peter Sims, PhD – January 27
- Five Points Lecture: Sharon Plon, MD, PhD, FACMG – January 20
- Five Points Lecture: Kasper Lage, PhD – January 13
- Jewish Genomics Evening: Heritage to Health
The New York Genome Center hosted the Jewish Genomics Evening, which explored Heritage to Health within the Jewish community.
- Genomics & Healthcare Conference: Anthony Shih, MD, MPH
- Genomics & Healthcare Conference: Herb Pardes, MD
- Genomics & Healthcare Conference: Robert Darnell, MD, PHD
Opening Address: “Sequencing Our DNA: Opportunities and Challenges”
- Genomics & Healthcare Conference: Thomas Insel, MD
Nerve & Developmental Diseases: “How Can Genomics Help People With Brain Disorders”
- Genomics & Healthcare Conference: David Housman, PHD
Nerve & Developmental Diseases: “Improving and Saving Lives with Genomics: Prospects and Challenges”
- Genomics & Healthcare Conference: Daniel Weinberger, MD
Nerve & Developmental Diseases: “What do genes for mental illness mean to a developing brain?"
- Genomics & Healthcare Conference: Andrew Kung, MD, PHD
Cancer: “Clinical impact of precision cancer medicine: The PIPseq experience”
- Genomics & Healthcare Conference: Funmi Olopade, MD
Cancer: “Using Genomics for Population Risk Stratification in Breast Cancer”
- Genomics & Healthcare Conference: Howard Zucker, MD, JD
Ethical & Policy Question in Genomics: “The Genomics Generation: Why Ethics Need to Be Part of the Discussion”
- Genomics & Healthcare Conference: Tom Maniatis, PHD
Ethical & Policy Question in Genomics: "Consortium Science in Genomics"
- Genomics & Healthcare Conference: Nancy Wexler, PHD
Ethical & Policy Question in Genomics: “Breakthroughs in Genetic Testing"
- Genomics & Healthcare Conference: Rahul Satija, PHD
The Genomics Frontier: “Building a molecular microscope with single cell genomics”
- Genomics & Healthcare Conference: Harold Varmus, MD
The Genomics Frontier: "Precision Medicine in Oncology"
- Genomics & Healthcare Conference: Herb Pardes, MD
- Evening Talk: Jeffrey Friedman, MD, PhD
Genes, Leptin and the Biologic Basis of Obesity
- Evening Talk: Ian Lipkin, MD
Bacteria and fungi and viruses, oh my!
- Evening Talk: Bob Darnell, MD, PhD
- Evening Talk: Art Caplan, PhD
The Ethics of Compassionate Use in the Context of Personalized Medicine
- Evening Talk: David Goldstein, PhD
A Genomic View of Precision Medicine
- Evening Talk: Joe Pickrell, PhD
Combining Genomics and Machine Learning to Understand Human History and Variation
- Genomics Made with IBM
We’re proud to be featured in IBM’s Made with IBM campaign.
- IBM Watson and NYGC
- NYGC Opening
- NYGC Pilot Lab