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Wednesday, 20th
Thursday, 21ndFriday, 22ndSpeakersTopic
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9am-5pm9am-5pm9am-12pmMarc Suchard, UCLAIntroduction to the coalescent
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9-9:30amMarc SuchardTami LiebermanAndrew RambautPhilippe Lemey, KU Leuven
Phylogeography with BEAST to investigate factors responsible for virus spread
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9:30-10amNidia Trovao, NIH/ForgartyViral strain emergence (flu)
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10-10:30am
Philippe LemeyBEAST tutorials/ Independent data analysisJennifer GardyMark Zeller, Scripps ResearchDetecting pathogens using metagenomic sequencing
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10:30-11Sidney Bell, CZI Science
Understanding antigenic evolution (influenza and dengue) + tools for open science
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11-11:30Nidia TrovaoPanel DiscussionMike Worobey, U. of ArizonaAncient viruses and the beginning of outbreaks
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11:30-12pm
Tami Lieberman, MITIntrahost evolution of bacteria
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12-1:30pmLUNCHLUNCHLUNCHNevan Krogan, UCSFUsing systems approaches to study infectious disease
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1:30-2pmMark ZellerBEAST tutorials/ Independent data analysisEd Yong, The AtlanticWhy storytelling matters in science
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2-2:30pm
Andrew Rambaut, Univ. of Edinburgh
Investigating how viruses spread with BEAST + importance of open science
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2:30-3pmSidney BellNevan KroganJenn Gardy, Gates FoundationOpen data and outbreak research
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3-3:30pmBEAST tutorials/ Independent data analysisSpeakers and course directors will assist with data analysis. Bring your own data or work with BEAST tutorials provided
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3:30-4pmBreakBreak/Move to AuditoriumPanel DiscussionChaired by Kristian Andersen
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4-4:30pmMike WorobeyEd Yong
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