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Dec 01
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December 1st, 2020 @ 9:00AM-10:00AM PDT

Arima Genomics is pleased to host the following researchers who have implemented our HiChIP technology to address their biological questions.
Arima Genomics will also be announcing our Early Access Program focused on the validation of our HiChIP technology within a variety of tissues and transcription factors.

Agenda:

9:00 - 9:25AM - Anthony Schmitt, Arima Genomics, "Arima HiChIP - Accurate discovery of active gene regulatory interactions"

9:25 - 9:45AM - Lindsey Montefiori, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, "Enhancer hijacking in acute leukemia"

9:45 - 10:00AM - Q&A

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Nov 23
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November 23rd, 2020 @ 5:00PM-8:00PM PDT

Join us as we examine how different technologies and tools such as HiC, HiChIP, Capture-HiC are used to understand the role of epigenome in health and disease from fellow scientists in the Asia Pacific region.

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Guest Speakers:

Investigating the 3D genome organization of silencers in the human genome

Melissa Jane Fullwood, Ph.D. , Nanyang Assistant Professor, School of Biological Sciences, NTU; Principal Investigator, Cancer Science Institute of Singapore, NUS ; Adjunct Principal Investigator, Institute of Molecular & Cell Biology, A*STAR

Dr. Melissa J. Fullwood is a Nanyang Assistant Professor in the School of Biological Sciences in NTU, with a joint appointment as a Principal Investigator in the Cancer Science Institute of Singapore. Her lab works on understanding the roles of 3-dimensional organization of our genome in transcription regulation in cancer cells.

She completed her undergraduate degree in Biological Sciences in 2005 at Stanford University and her PhD with the National University of Singapore Graduate School for Integrative Sciences and Engineering (NGS) in 2009, at the Genome Institute of Singapore. She worked as a Lee Kuan Yew Post-doctoral Fellow in Duke-NUS Graduate Medical School. She became a Junior Principal in the Cancer Science Institute of Singapore in 2013 upon winning a National Research Foundation Fellowship, and joined School of Biological Sciences, NTU as an Assistant Professor in 2015.

She was a recipient of the Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR) National Science Scholarships, a L’Oreal-UNESCO for Women in Science National Fellowships in Singapore in 2009, and was the international winner of the GE and Science prize, as well as the A*STAR/SNAS Young Scientist Award.

 

DNA hypomethylation induces intrapopulation heterogeneity of DNA replication timing and 3D genome reorganization.

Qian Du , Ph.D., Postdoc Research Fellow, Epigenetics Research Lab, Garvin Institute of Medical Research, Australia

Dr Qian Du is an early career postdoctoral fellow in the Epigenetics Research laboratory of Prof. Susan Clark in the Genomics and Epigenetics Division at the Garvan Institute, Sydney, Australia. Dr Du graduated with a first class PhD from University of New South Wales, Sydney, 2019, addressing “DNA replication timing - impact on the cancer genome and epigenome”. Her research focused on understanding the influence of DNA replication timing on epigenetic changes and genomic rearrangements that occur during prostate carcinogenesis. In 2020, Dr Du received a National Health and Medical Research Council Investigator Grant Fellowship to further her work on the relationships between DNA replication timing and the epigenome, specifically focusing on the 3D organisation of the genome.

Epigenomes of Human Hearts Reveal New Genetic Variants Relevant for Cardiac Disease and Phenotype

Chukwuemeka George Onyeka Anene-Nzelu (“George”), MD (Cuba), PhD (NUS) , Asst Professor, Research Fellow, Cardiovascular Research Institute (CVRI) Singapore, Yong Loo Lin School of medicine, NUS

George is a clinician by training and has worked at the frontline of Nigerian hospitals, treating patients with resources that are vastly more limited than what we are accustomed to Singapore. He has now exchanged stethoscope for pipette, qualifying with a NUS PhD in cardiac stem cell bioengineering (at Prof Hanry Yu’s lab) and now making further in-roads into cardiovascular epigenetics and epigenomics in Prof Roger Foo’s lab. His projects look at DNA damage and cardiac genome enhancer-promoter interactions. A not so secret forte of George’s is his multi-lingualism. He speaks fluent Chinese and at least 7 other languages.

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Oct 29
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October 29th, 2020 @ 8:00AM-12:00PM PDT

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www.genomegeneration2020.eventbrite.com

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This symposium will focus on providing hands-on perspective on how you can use the latest tools and technologies to generate reference quality genomes. Genomics experts will share tips on how to generate exceptional long-read sequencing data, on scaffolding and assembly, and on future developments

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Oct 22
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October 22nd, 2020 8:00AM-5:00PM PDT

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https://www.ohsu.edu/epigenetics-consortium/ohsu-inaugural-epigenetics-symposium-virtual

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This one-day event is dedicated to epigenetics! It features some of the most prominent experts in the field and the hottest epigenetic topics including 3-D genomics, aging technology, retrotransposons, gene regulation and more! 

 As a sponsor of the event, Arima Genomics will be presenting at "lunch with the sponsor."

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May 19
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May 19th, 2020 @ 9:30AM-11:30AM PDT

Join us as we examine the Arima-HiC, Arima-HiChIP, and Capture-HiC platform. Listen and participate as we explore innovative applications of the technologies to discover unique biological insights highlighted by the guest speakers. Will the Arima platform benefit you?

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May 05
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May 5th, 2020 @ 9:00AM-11:00AM PDT

Join us as we examine the Arima HiChiP, and Capture-HiC platform. Listen and participate as we explore innovative applications of the technologies to discover unique biological insights highlighted by the guest speakers. Will Arima platform benefit you?

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Apr 07
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April 7th, 2020 @ 9:00AM-10:00AM PDT

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Join us as we examine the workflow, technology, and validation data behind the Arima-HiChIP solution. Listen and participate as we explore an innovative application of the technology to discover unique biological insights. Will Arima-HiChIP benefit you?

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