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Group A
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First nameSurnameCountryOrganisationEmail
Background in Bioinformatics/WetLab/Both?
New groupSample?Pair?Sample/Project description
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Allison (Alli)BlackUSAUniversity of Washingtonblack.alli@gmail.comBothandry. trying wet. not used. PhD epidemiology. genomic epidemiology. No sample
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AlonPhilosofIsraelTechnion - Israel Institute of Technologyaphilosof@gmail.comBothanwet/dry. has used. marine cyanophages. no sample. trying to sequence on boat.
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AmandaWarrUKThe Roslin Instituteamanda.warr@roslin.ed.ac.ukBothayyyyypig genome assembly with pacbio
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Anna MariaCuscó MartíSpain
Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona (UAB) / Vetgenomics, S.L
anna.cusco@vetgenomics.comWet Labay (Amp)wet lab, now dry. Used once. 16S
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AudunSchrøder-NielsenNorway
Natural History Museum, University of Oslo
j.a.anmarkrud@nhm.uio.no; audun.schroder-nielsen@nhm.uio.no
Wet LabanYwet lab. Natural history museum tech. Works with Mike Novak, .Not used yet, no samples
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BenjamínSigurgeirssonIcelandUniversity of Icelandbenjamin@hi.isBioinformaticsaydry. bit of wet. done burn in went wrong. fish genome with illumina. bought sample of fish
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GemmaMarsdenUKThe University of Northampton
gemma.marsden@northampton.ac.uk
Wet LabanWET. used for burnin and now changed and broken. methylation in bacteria
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KirstynBrunkerUKUniversity of Glasgowkirstyn.brunker@glasgow.ac.ukWet Laban
wet/dry. not used eyt, masters student did pilot. genomic surveillance in tanzania (viral, rabies), interested in enrichment
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Marcelvan den Broek
The Netherlands
Delft University of Technology / Department of Biotechnology
marcel.vandenbroek@tudelft.nlBioinformaticsandry. yeast assembly. been using illumina. not used, but PhD student has.
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MichaelNowakNorway
University of Oslo Natural History Museum
michael.nowak@nhm.uio.no?anYdry. not used. plant evolutionary gemonics. scaffolding assemblies, sequecncing BACs. no sample
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ThuurSlangen
The Netherlands
Maastricht University Medical Centerthuur.slangen@mumc.nlWet Labanwet. using fr 1yr,
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JosephFaulksUKUniversity of ExeterJ.A.Faulks@exeter.ac.ukWet Labanwet. just learniing minion. no sample
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RoxanneZascavageUSA
Roxanne.Zascavage@unthsc.edu
?anwet, bit of dry too. used a lot. in a forensics lab (human) STRs, looking to bait without PCR
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Pilarde la Torre
The Netherlands
TU DelftP.delaTorre@tudelft.nlWet Labanyeast. wants long reads CNV etc. no sample
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GroupB
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First nameSurnameCountryOrganisationEmail
Background in Bioinformatics/WetLab/Both?
New groupSample?Pair?Sample/Project description
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BenTempertonUKUniversity of Exeterb.temperton@exeter.ac.ukBothby (Amp)Ydry (bit of wet 1day/wk) used before(sertup only) marine vial metagenomics. Amplicon sample
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IanHerriottUSA
DNA Core Lab, Institute of Arctic Biology, University of Alaska, Fairbanks
icherriott@alaska.eduBothbnWET. genomics core facility manager. ,no sample
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Kumar SaurabhSinghUKUniversity of Exeter, Penryn Campusk.saurabh-singh@exeter.ac.ukBothbYDry/Post-doc working on Insecticide resistance on agricultural pest/Sample:Nilaparvata lugens
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MichaelHuberSwitzerland
Institute of Medical Virology, University of Zurich
huber.michael@virology.uzh.chWet Labbnmetagenomics from clinical, viruses, been using illumina, done burnin. no sample. .wet/dry
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Sunnvori KongsstovuDenmarkAmplexa Geneticsskik@amplexa.comWet LabbnPhD student. wet. strartng dry. burnng unsussessful. assembleingxx no data
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RichardTennanntUKUniversity of ExeterR.K.Tennant@exeter.ac.ukBothbnwet. not used. species in lake sediments. no sample
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GideonMordecaiUKUniversity of Readinggidmor@MBA.ac.ukBothby (cDNA)wet bit of dry. never used. RNA viruses of honeybees quasispecies. sample of honeybee cDNA
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KaterinaRekopoulouUK
MRC Clinical Sciences Centre, Hammersmith Hospital
katerina.rekopoulou@csc.mrc.ac.uk
Wet Labbnkaterina. wet. used but not too good, RNA sequencing
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JoannaWarwick-DugdaleUKUniversity of Exeterjw698@exeter.ac.ukBioinformaticsbnYpHD student with Ben. marine viruses/phages
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JoãoCostaPortugalInstituto Gulbenkian de Ciênciajcosta@igc.gulbenkian.ptbnno sample begimnnner
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Ambikesh (Ambi)JayalUKCardiff Scool of Managementajayal@cardiffmet.ac.ukBioinformaticsbndry, not used. wants to learn generally . no sample
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TomLittleUKThe University of Edinburghtom.little@ed.ac.uk?bnwet. not used. interested in envirmnetal DNA in the field
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Lukeexeterwetby (amp)microbiome, PhD student, 16S amplicons, not used before. wet.
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HaiLuyenVietnamBionet Vietnamdirector.bionet@gmail.comWet/drybY (total DNADNA from Mycrobacterium Tuberculersis, looking for mutations on katB / rpoB genes
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Group C
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First nameSurnameCountryOrganisationEmail
Background in Bioinformatics/WetLab/Both?
New groupSample?Pair?Sample/Project description
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AurélieAllemannSwitzerland
Institute for Infectious Diseases, University of Bern
aurelie.allemann@ifik.unibe.chWet Labcywet lab. used once. sample bought, detection of AMR form microbiota
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DavidClearyUKUniversity of Southamptond.w.cleary@soton.ac.ukBothcnwet/dry. not used other than burnin. bacterial epidemilogy of URT, diagnostics. no sample
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IanGoodheadUKUniversity of Salfordi.b.goodhead@salford.ac.ukBothcnwet and dry. has used, own samples not great. Setting up for uni. No sampple. Insect symbiosis
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LiMcCraeUKPHE Birmingham labli.xu@heartofengland.nhs.ukWet Labcnwet. clinical scientist. MDR in e, coli, done some MISeq,
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LukaszRabalskiPolandUniversity of Gdansk
lukasz.rabalski@biotech.ug.edu.pl
Wet Labcyywet. used a few times. viruses, dsDNA repetitive elements. 2 samples
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OwenLancasterUKPublic Health Englandowen.lancaster@phe.gov.ukBioinformaticscydry. with colleague Lee. not used yet. sample MDR ecli, done some MiSeq on that
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SarahHillUKUniversity of Oxfordsarah.hill@well.ox.ac.ukBothcnwet/dry. not used. metagenomics, confirmimng assemblies, whole influenza and zika. no sample
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ScottCallisonUSAGTCAllison, LLCsac@gtcallison.comWet Labcnpoultry diseases, no sample, has used. on-farm diagnostics
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RobertOldUKUniversity of WarwickRobert.Old@warwick.ac.uk?cnscreening and diagnosis, interersted in methylation. not much informatics. no sample
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TatianaDimitruiUKUniversity of ExeterT.Dimitriu@exeter.ac.ukWet Labcnecology and evolution of bcteria. Bt/insect. plassmids?
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SeanBrimerUSACEVA Biomunesean.brimer@ceva.com?cnwet/dry. has used but didn't go well. wants everything! currenty quasispecies
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JarrodScottUSABigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciencesjscott@bigelow.orgBothcn
wet, dry now. used for burning and bacterial genomoes/barcoding. Microbial communities, metagenomics, single cell. nosample
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miriamHuntleyUSAbostondrycydry, tiny bit of wet. burnin fine, own samples not so good. AMR from whole genomes, has sample
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MatthewJohnsonUK
Institute of Biomedical and Clinical Research, University of Exeter Medical School
mj318@exeter.ac.ukBothcnPhD student wet. not sued. no sample, targetted long read sequencing, clinical
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