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UCSC Genome Browser Interactive Workshop:
Advanced Topics
pm – 2:00 pm, Room 104AB, Level 1
Separate advance
egistration was
ed, and admission is by ticket purchase
ickets are non-r
Robert Kuhn and Brian Lee, University of California, Santa Cruz, Center for Biomolecular
Science & Engineering, will present this interactive workshop on web-based genomic
tools. The workshop will offer insight into methods for intersecting data among linked
tables and methods to filter data to acquire specific subsets of large datasets.
Workshop requirements: Registrants must bring a laptop to this session to participate.
Laptops should have full battery power and must have a wireless capability.
Trainee Development Program
Career Resources/Professional Development Theater, Exhibit Hall
Space is limited to 50 participants per workshop, on a first-come, first-served basis.
The following sessions are organizedby theASHGProfessional Development ­Committee.
Two 45-minute sessions will be will be presented by FASEB Career Services and will
address topics relevant to the career development of trainees.
pm – 1:15 pm
Postdocs: What You Should be Looking for and How to Find It (Andrew Green)
Many PhDs just kind of fall into a postdoc, rather than thinking about it from a
strategic ­perspective. Your postdoc is never an end in itself; rather it’s a means to
another end, whether that goal is a faculty position at a research university or small
college, or ­perhaps an industry job. Learn how to find postdoc opportunities that
will best ­prepare you for that next step, and how to use your postdoc experience to
facilitate the transition to your next position.
pm – 2:00 pm
Beyond the Bench. . .Preparing for Your Career Transition in the Life Sciences
Joe Tringali)
Is there a way to move your skills from the bench to a related career? There is,
assuming you are focused and willing to invest some time in making the switch. We
will explore different paths to alternative scientific careers.
ASHG NeXT: The Future of Genetics and the Future of Your Society
pm – 7:45 pm, Room 253, Level 2
ASHG is currently engaged in strategic planning that will guide the Society for the next
three to five years. Join fellow ASHGmembers, the elected leadership, and the staff to help
chart the future of your professional society. Come prepared to discuss the role of ASHG
in the future of human genetics and genetic medicine and to provide your thoughts on the
annual meeting, the
nal of Human
and new services for members.
This session will be interactive. Be sure to bring your fully-charged mobile device, with
the audience response app downloaded. In advance of the session, go to the iTunes
store, Android Market, or Blackberry Market to download the ResponseWare app. You
can also go to
to participate. Enter ASHG as the session I.D. Keypads
are available to those without a mobile device. Light refreshments will be available.