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m (moved Clinical Sequencing to Clinical Sequencing Symposium 2011 September: This symposium turned into a larger project and is now just a component.)
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Start Time End Time Speaker/Affiliation Topic Location
8:45 8:55 Scott Bolte Welcome Town & Country Hotel registration desk
9:00 10:30 Pacific Salon 7
9:00 9:10 Daryl Thomas

Life Technologies

Welcome and Logistics
9:10 9:20 Jill Kaufman

College of American Pathologists

Overview of Clinical Genomics and context for clinical care
9:20 9:30 Grant Wood

Intermountain Healthcare
HL7 ambassador

File:Intro to HL7 and CG review.pdf
9:30 9:40 Daryl Thomas

Life Technologies

9:40 10:10 Lynn Bry

Partners Healthcare
Brigham and Women’s
College of American Pathologists

Use cases:

Infectious Disease

10:10 10:30 All Discussion
10:30 11:00 Coffee Coffee Terrace Café
11:00 1:00 Garden Salon 2
11:00 11:30 Ellen Beasley

Life Technologies

Use cases:


11:30 12:00 Rong Chen

Stanford University

Use cases:

Predictive Risk Assessment
“Clinical assessment incorporating a personal genome”

12:00 12:30 Les Biesecker


File:HL7 Biesecker-redacted.pptx
12:30 1:00 All Discussion and Roadmap
1:00 2:00 All Lunch Trellises Garden Grille


First Name Last Name Primary Affiliation Email
Daryl Thomas Life Technologies
Ellen Beasley Life Technologies
Leslie Biesecker NHGRI
Mollie Ullman-Cullere Dana Farber Cancer Institute Mollie_Ullman-Cullere@DFCI.HARVARD.EDU
Jill Kaufman CAP
Grant Wood Intermountain
Scott Bolte GE Healthcare
Amnon Shabo IBM
Mukesh Sharma WUSTL
Joyce Hernandez Merck
Don Rule Translational Software
Srinka Ghosh Complete Genomics
Scott Kahn Illumina
Bruce Bray
Rong Chen Stanford
Ralf Schoenbrunner Life Technologies
Linh Hoang Life Technologies
Helmut Koenig Siemens
Tim Hunkapiller