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INVITED AND PLATFORM SESSIONS
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Wednesday, November 7
10:30
AM
–12:45
PM
Concurrent Platform (abstract-driven)
Session A (11-19)
SESSION 12 – New Methods for Big Data
Gateway Ballroom 103, Lower Level South, Moscone
Center
Moderators
:
Elizabeth Marchani, Univ. of Washington;
Rita Cantor-Chiu, UCLA Sch. of Med.
16
/10:30
The detection, structure and uses of
haplotype identity in population genetic data.
D. Xifara, I. Mathieson, G. McVean.
17
/10:45
Inferring and sequencing the founding
bottleneck of Ashkenazim.
I. Pe’er, S. Carmi, S.
Mukherjee, N. Parlamee, M. Bowen, K. Hui, V. Joseph,
P. F. Palamara, L. Ozelius, I. Peter, A. Darvasi, K. Offit,
H. Ostrer, J. Cho, L. Clark, G. Atzmon, T. Lencz,
Ashkenazi Genome Consortium.
18
/11:00
Statistical methods for association test of
rare variants using summarized data without
individual-subject information.
Q. Zhang, I. Borecki,
M. A. Province.
19
/11:15
Testing for rare variant associations in the
presence of missing data.
P. Livermore Auer, S. Leal,
G. Wang, NHLBI Exome Sequencing Project.
20
/11:30
Quantitative trait locus analysis for next-
generation sequencing with the functional linear
models.
M. Xiong, L. Luo, Y. Zhu.
21
/11:45
A rapid and powerful method for protein-
protein interaction- and pathway-based association
analysis in genome-wide association studies.
M. Li,
S. Kwan, H. Gui, P. Sham.
22
/12:00
Statistics for X-chromosome association.
U. Ozbek, D. E. Weeks, W. Chen, J. Shaffer, S. M.
Purcell, E. Feingold.
23
/12:15
Joint association analysis of pleiotropy
SNPs using GWAS summary statistics.
R. M. Salem,
J. N. Hirschhorn.
24
/12:30
Multivariate regression-based analysis of
relative abundance data in metagenomics.
O. Libiger, N. J. Schork.
Wednesday, November 7
10:30
AM
–12:45
PM
Concurrent Platform (abstract-driven)
Session A (11-19)
SESSION 13 – Cancer Genetics I: Rare Variants
Room 135, Lower Level North, Moscone Center
Moderators
:
Ellen L. Goode, Mayo Clin. Col. of Med.;
John D. McPherson, Ontario Inst. for Cancer Res.,
Canada
25
/10:30
Exome sequencing of more than 6,700
samples and the study of genetic susceptibility to
common cancer.
A. Kiezun, A. McKenna, G. Kryukov,
G. Getz.
26
/10:45
Exome sequencing of families severely
affected with breast cancer suggests eight new
candidate genes:
ATR, BAP1, CHEK1, GEN1,
KANK4, OBSL1, RAD51B
and
TP53BP1
.
C. H.
Spurrell, A. M. Thornton, M. K. Lee, S. Casadei, S. Ng,
T. Walsh, J. Shendure, M. C. King.
27
/11:00
Rare variants in
XRCC2
as breast cancer
susceptibility alleles.
F. S. Hilbers, M. C. Völker-
Albert, W. W. Wiegant, M. P. G. Vreeswijk, N.
Hoogerbrugge, J. C. Oosterwijk, J. M. Collee, M. C.
Southey, P. Peterlongo, P. Radice, F. J. Couch, K. Offit,
I. G. Campbell, J. Benitez, C. J. van Asperen, H. van
Attikum, P. Devilee.
28
/11:15
HOXB13
is a susceptibility gene for
prostate cancer: Results from the International
Consortium for Prostate Cancer Genetics.
K.
Cooney, W. Isaacs, J. Xu, E. Lange, L. Lu, S. Zheng,
Z. Wong, L. Cannon-Albright, J. Stanford, E. A.
Ostrander, C. Maier, J. Schleutker, D. Schaid, S.
Thibodeau, G. Cancel-Tassin, F. Wiklund, R. Eeles,
D. Easton, A. Wittemore, G. Giles, W. Catalona, D.
Mandal, W. Foulkes, J. Carpten, D. Seminara on behalf
of International Consortium for Prostate Cancer
Genetics.
29
/11:30
Parkinson disease and melanoma:
A common genetic pathway linked to
PARKIN
inactivation.
H. Hu, N. Dumaz, S. Lesage, L. Michel,
V. Descamps, S. Mourah, C. Lebbé, N. Basset-Seguin,
M. Bagot, A. Bensussan, L. Deschamps, M.-T. Leccia,
A. Tsalamlal, P. Sivaramakrishna Rachakonda, S.
Klebe, K. Rajive, C. Kannengiesser, A. Couvelard, B.
Grandchamp, L. Thomas, A. Brice, N. Soufir.
30
/11:45
Exome sequencing in families at high risk
for lymphoid malignancies.
L. R. Goldin, M. L.
McMaster, M. Rotunno, K. B. Jacobs, L. Burdette, M.
Malasky, A. Hutchinson, M. Cullen, J. Boland, M.
Yeager, M. A. Tucker, S. J. Chanock, N. E. Caporaso.
31
/12:00
Rare allelic forms of
PRDM9
associated
with childhood leukemia.
J. Hussin, D. Sinnett, F.
Casals, Y. Idaghdour, V. Bruat, V. Saillour, J.-C. Grenier,
J. Healy, T. de Malliard, J.-F. Spinella, M. Lariviere, S.
Busche, G. Gibson, A. Andersson, L. Holmfeldt, J. Ma,
L. Wei, J. Zhang, G. Andelfinger, J. R. Downing, C. M.
Mullighan, P. Awadalla.