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SCHEDULE OF SCIENTIFIC SESSIONS AND ANCILLARY EVENTS
7:15
PM -
9:00
PM
Meeting of Korean Human and Medical
Geneticists
Westin Boston
­
Waterfront Hotel
Alcott, Mezzanine Level
*7:30
PM -
9:00
PM
ASHG Event/Interactive Play:
The Drama of DNA: Anticipating the
Future with WGS
Separate advance ticket purchase r
equired.
Convention Center
Room 052, Level 0
(
Lower Level)
7:30
PM -
9:30
PM
#
ASHG2013 Tweet-up
Join your fellow #ASHG2013 tweeters for
drinks and conversation after the
Presidential
Addr
ess and Plenary Abstract Pr
esentations!
M.J. O’Connor’s Bar
(
Westin Hotel)
7:30
PM -
9:00
PM
Baylor College of Medicine Department of
Molecular and Human Genetics Reception
Westin Boston
­
Waterfront Hotel
Harbor Ballroom I,
Conference Level
8:00
PM-
11:00
PM
Case Western Reserve University Department
of Genetics/Genome Sciences Reception
Douglas Room, Westin
Boston Waterfront Hotel
WEDNESDAY, October 23
(*)
Asterisk denotes meetings that are by invitation or pre-registration only. Otherwise,
­
attendance may be assumed to be open to all registrants.
7:00
AM -
5:00
PM
Scientific Registration Open
Convention Center
North Lobby, Level 1
7:00
AM -
5:00
PM
Speaker Presentation/Upload Room Open
Speakers are r
equir
ed to upload their
­
pr
esentations
her
e.
W
e
r
ecommend
uploading
at least 4 hours before your presentation time.
Convention Center
Room 203, Level 2
*7:00
AM -
8:00
AM
ACMG Education Committee Meeting
Convention Center
Room 101, Level 1
8:00
AM -
10:00
AM
Concurrent Invited Session I (3-9):
Convention Center
3. 
A Renaissance in Gene Therapy:
New Tools and Clinical Trials
Room 253, Level 2
4. 
DNA Damage Response Network
­
Defects and Cancer Predisposition:
Where One Plus One Does Not
Equal Two
Room 210, Level 2
5. 
Does the Increasingly Blurry Distinction
between Research and Clinical Care
Create an Obligation to Actively Search
for Secondary Findings in Genomic
Research or Otherwise Change the
Relationship between Researchers and
Participants?
Grand Ballroom East,
Level 3
6. 
Evidence-Based Genetic Counseling
for Clinical Genome Sequencing
Grand Ballroom West,
Level 3
7. 
Functional Interpretation of Genomes
Using Biological Networks
Room 205, Level 2
8. 
Insights from Large Scale ­Sequencing Hall B2, Level 0
(
Lower Level)