CoFest 2018 introductions and cluster signups
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This is our introduction page for CoFest 2018, to help attendees find each other and organize into clusters. Please tell us all about yourself and what cluster(s) interest you.
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First NameLast NameCompanyWork CityWork StateWork CountryGitHub usernameCluster(s) of InterestShort Introduction
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AdrienneStilpUniversity of WashingtonSeattleWAUS
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AlainDomissy
TSRI Center for Computational Biology
La JollaCAUS
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Alejandra
Gonzalez-Beltran
Oxford e-Research Centre, Department of Engineering, University of Oxford, UK
OxfordEnglandGB
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AlexBuchanan
Oregon Health & Science University
PortlandORUSbuchanae
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AlexandruMahmoudJohns Hopkins UniversityBaltimoreMDUSalmahmoud
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AnastasiaTyryshkinaPenn State UniversityState CollegePAUS
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AndreyKartashovCCHMCCincinnatiOHUS
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AngelVillahoz-BaletaGOBiiIthacaNYUS
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AnnaRitzReed CollegePortlandORUS
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AnthonyBretaudeauInria Rennes Bretagne AtlantiqueRennesFRabretaudGalaxy Genome AnnotationWorking mainly on galaxy tools, and Galaxy/GMOD integration (jbrowse, chad, tripal, apollo, ...)
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AntonNekrutenkoPenn StateUniversity ParkPAUS
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ARTEMBARSKICINCINNATI CHILDREN'S HOSPITALCINCINNATIOHUS
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ArthurEschenlauerUniversity of Minnesota - Twin CitiesSt. PaulMNUS
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AysamGuerlerJohns Hopkins UniversityBaltimoreMDUS
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Bastian
Greshake Tzovaras
openSNP / Open HumansBerkeleyCAUS
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BenBusbyNCBIBethesdaMDUSdcgenomics worldwide hackathon organization running hackathons, visiting bioinformaticians program, and setting up data science talks and workshops
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BenCarrCuroverse InnovationsSomervilleMAUS
https://github.com/benjaminhccarr
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BenjaminCordier
Oregon Health & Science University
PortlandORUS
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BéréniceBatutUniversity of FreiburgFreiburg
Baden Württemberg
DEbebatutGalaxy Training material
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BjörnGrüningUni-FreiburgFreiburg
Baden Württemberg
DE
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BogdanGavrilovicSeven Bridges GenomicsBelgrade11070RSbogdang989CWL
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BradChapmanHarvard Chan SchoolBostonMAUS
https://github.com/chapmanb
bcbio CWLAn organizer of CoFest 2018 and developer hoping to make more tools, data, people and platforms work better together.
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BradLanghorstNew England BiolabsIpswichMAUS
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BradLanghorstNew England BiolabsIpswichMAUSbwlang
galaxy user experience, bioconda, nextflow, uBam input, long reads
I've been working with Galaxy for many years and value it's contributions to opening best-practice analysis to everyone
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Brandi
Davis-Dusenbery
Seven Bridges GenomicsCambridgeMAUS
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BrianRepko
Novartis Institutes for Biomedical Research
MinneapolisMNUSbrianrepkoFirst time as BOSC - have contributed before to Biojava - not sure what I'll work on
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BrianWalsh
Oregon Health & Science University
PortlandORUS
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CalebEasterlyUniversity of MinnesotaMinneapolisMNUScaleb-easterlyR Shiny in galaxy, CWL in galaxy, BiocondaGalaxy-P team, tool developer and wrapper
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CatherineKarraFree Geek Tech SupportPortlandORUS
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CharlesStrittmatterFDA - CFSANCollege ParkMDUS
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CharlotteWhicherREPOSITIVE, LTDCambridgeCambsGB
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ChrisBallRTI InternationalDurhamNCUScmball1
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ChrisMungall
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
BerkeleyCAUS
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ChuckMcCallumHarvard Medical SchoolBostonMAUSmccallucCWL, visualization, docker, testingWeb developer, fairly new to bioinformatics, experience in library software (for books), QA
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ColinDieshUC BerkeleyDetroitMIUS
https://github.com/cmdcolin
New hire on the JBrowse team but I have been involved in contributing for awhile :)
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Concarneauamosse
French National Museum of Natural History
ConcarneauFR
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CoryMaughmer
Center For Phage Technology at TAMU
College StationTXUS
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CoryMaughmerTexas A&M University - CPTCollege StationTXUSmoffmadegalaxy admin, genome annotationImproving GMOD/Apollo integration and efficiency, Galaxy API enabled tools for external systems
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DanLeehrDuke UniversityDurhamNCUSdleehrCWL, HPC and Cloud scalable workflowsInformatics R&D at Duke GCB, interested in promoting computational reproducibility in cloud and HPC environments
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DanielBlankenberg
Cleveland Clinic / CCLCM of Case Western Reserve University / Galaxy Team
ClevelandOHUSblankenberg
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DanielClarkeMount SinaiNew YorkNYUS
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DanielFornikaUniversity of British ColumbiaVancouverBCCA
https://github.com/dfornika
CWL, Cloud Deployment, ProvenanceDatabase & Application developer, working on the IRIDA project: https://www.irida.ca
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DanielKatz
University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
ChampaignILUS
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DanielaButano
University of Cambridge - Department of Genetics
CambridgeGB
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DannonBakerGalaxy TeamATLANTAGAUSdannonGalaxy UI, Galaxy VisualizationA CoFest organizer very interested in the Galaxy UI, Visualizations, and UX in general.
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DaveBouvierPenn State UniversityUniversity ParkPAUS
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DaveClementsJohns Hopkins UniversityBaltimoreMDUS
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DavidJohnson
Oxford e-Research Centre, Department of Engineering, University of Oxford, UK
OXFORDGB
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DavidSteinbergUCSCSanta CruzCAUS
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DelphineLarivierePennsylvania State UniversityUniversity ParkPAUS
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DenisTorre
Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai
New YorkNYUS
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DestinyMullensTexas A&M UniversityCollege StationTXUSdestinymullensGalaxy DAT, GTN, NIH Data Commons
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DominiqueBatista
Oxford e-Research Centre, Department of Engineering, University of Oxford, UK
OxfordGB
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EnisAfganJohns Hopkins UniversityBaltimoreMDUSafganeDeploying GalaxyWorking on deployments of Galaxy and other related applications.
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EvanBolyenNorthern Arizona UniversityFLAGSTAFFAZUSebolyenCWL, provenance, QIIME2QIIME 2 developer, interested in provenance, reproducable science, and accessible interface agnostic functionality. I'm coming to the conference to learn more about CWL and meet some of the awesome people in the Galaxy sphere.
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EvanFlodenCentre for Genomic RegulationBarcelonaES
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Farah ZaibKhanThe University of MelbourneMelbourneVICAUFarahZKhanCWL, cwltool, provenanceMember of CWL organization | PhD researcher at University of Melbourne working on Provenance tracking of workflows | Teacher in spare time.
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FrancescoStrozziENTEROMEPARISFRfstrozziOpenBio, Nextflow, Cloud Computing
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FredSapetBiogemma
Clermont-Ferrand
FRFredericBGAgalaxy user experienceBioinformatician, galaxy admin. I would like to learn as an example how to do this : https://github.com/galaxyproject/galaxy/issues/4162. And discuss about that : https://github.com/galaxyproject/galaxy/issues/4668. First time here, not fluent in english...
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FrederikCoppensVIBGentBEfrederikcoppens
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GeetDuggalDNAnexusMountain ViewCAUS
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GeetDuggalDNAnexusMountain ViewCAUSgeetduggalCWL,WDL,Docker,JupyterComp bio by training & developer @ DNAnexus. Lead the Developer Experience team.
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Geraldine
Van der Auwera
Broad InstituteCambridgeMAUS
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GerardLazoUSDA ARSAlbanyCAUSgrlazojbrowsebiologist in a computing world.
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Hans-RudolfHotzFriedrich Miescher InstituteBaselCHhrhotzsorry - I won't be able to attend
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HervéMénagerInstitut PasteurParisFRResearch Software Engineer at #C3BI_Pasteur. Prob. interested in too many topics, including EDAM Ontology, CWL, Galaxy, Semantic Web applications, Usability, etc.
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HilmarLappDuke UniversityDurhamNCUS
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HiromuOchiaiNational Cancer Center, JapanTokyoJP
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HsinyiTsangNational Cancer InsituteRockvilleMDUSstevetsa
containers, workflows, cancer, microbe, multiomics
First time at GCC, BOSC. Developing use cases on the National Cancer Institute Cloud Resources - https://cbiit.cancer.gov/ncip/cloudresources
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IsmaGilaniRENCIChapel HillNCUS
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JakeVanCampenStowers InstituteKansas CityMOUS
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JamesTaylorJohns Hopkins UniversityBaltimoreMDUSjxtxGalaxy UI/UX, Galaxy+CWLI do Galaxy stuff.
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JanakiGorlaLenovoSnohomishWAUS
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JanicePatterson
Oregon Health and Science University
PortlandORUSpatterjaComputational Biologist at OHSU, developing clinical sequencing workflows, developing in campus-wide instance of galaxy.
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JaredNedzelBroad InstituteCambridgeMAUS
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JasonWilliamsCold Spring Harbor Laboratory
Cold Spring Harbor
NYUSJasonJWilliamsNY
Education, documentation, training, R/Rshiny, Jupyter
Interested in making tools easier for biologists to use
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JayPleyte
Oregon Health and Science University
PortlandORUSjPleyte
Interested in any OBF, Galaxy, or documentation efforts.
I work on a clinical informatics web application, at OHSU, which makes use of data once it has been run through a galaxy pipeline. I am now familiarizing myself with Galaxy and am interested in getting involved in development and documentation in any way i can help.
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JeffreyMiller
University of Iowa - Iowa Institute of Human Genetics
Iowa CityIAUSmillerjl1701Galaxy DevSystems administrator working on galaxy automation and deployment
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Jennifer
Hillman-Jackson
Galaxy Project/Penn StateSanta CruzCAUS@jennajGalaxy DAT; GTN Tutorials; Ref AnnotationAn organizer of Co-Fest 2018 and member of the GalaxyProject.org core team based at PSU.
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JeremyGoecks
Oregon Health and Science University
PortlandORUSjgoecks
Galaxy, Machine Learning, Cancer, Visualization
Galaxy PI. I also lead a precision oncology informatics project.
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JeremyVolkeningUniversity of Wisconsin-MadisonMadisonWIUSjvolkening
proteomics, galaxy admin, galaxy viz, nanopore tools
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JoachimWolffAlbert-Ludwig-University Freiburg
Freiburg im Breisgau
BWDE
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JochenBickETH ZuichZurichZurichCHbimbam23
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JohannesKösterUniversity of Duisburg-EssenEssenDE
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JohnBradleyDuke UniversityDurhamNCUSjohnbradleyCWL, provenanceInformatics R&D at Duke GCB, interested in learning ways to simplify workflow creation and collaboration
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JohnChiltonPenn StateUniversity ParkPAUS
https://github.com/jmchilton
Galaxy CWL Integration
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JonathanSheffiGoogle CloudCambridgeMAUSsheffiProduct Manager for Biomedical Data @ Google Cloud
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KarlSebbyxD Bio, Inc.KalispellMTUS
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KAUSHIKGHOSESeven Bridges GenomicsCambridgeMAUSkghosesbgCWL
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Kenzo-HugoHillionInstitut PasteurParisFRkhillion
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KieranO'NeillBC CancerVancouverBCCAoneillkzamiRNA/isomiRs
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KristinAnderkaBroad InstituteCambridgeMAUS
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KrzysztofPoterlowiczUniversity of BradfordBradford
West Yorkshire
GBkpoterlowiczGalaxy analysis and trainingI am currently developing EWAS-Galaxy suite and integrating it with GTN materials https://github.com/kpbioteam/training-material/tree/ewas-suite
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KyleEllrott
Oregon Health & Science University
PortlandORUS
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KyleFerriterRENCIChapel HillNCUS
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KyleMoadIn Silico SolutionsFalls ChurchVAUSkmoadDeveloper working on variant annotator with karchinlab at JHU
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LeroneLaToucheLenovoMorrisvilleNCUS
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LoganMiller
Center for Genome Research and Biocomputing
CorvallisORUS
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