Ion World Tour 2014

Ion Torrent™ Sequencing for all

Ion World Tour 2014

The annual Ion Torrent™ user group meeting, is going on tour again in 2014. This year our user group meetings will span the globe.

Select the event that is most convenient to you and reserve your place. Attendance is free but we ask that you bring a poster of your project.

Agenda outline > 2014 UGM Tour

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8th to 9th September 2014
Radisson Blu Scandinavia,
Copenhagen, Denmark
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9th to 10th September 2014
Crowne Plaza Amsterdam City Centre
c/o Nieuwezijds Voorburgwal 5 / 1012
RC Amsterdam, the Netherlands
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11th to 12th September 2014
Crowne Plaza Manchester City Centre
70 Shudehill
Manchester, UK
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15th to 16th September 2014
Hotel Palace Berlin Budapester Str. 45, 10787
Berlin, Germany
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16th to 17th September 2014
Radisson Blu Centrum Hotel Ul. Grzybowska 24
00-132
Warsaw, Poland
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18th to 19th September 2014
Sofitel Budapest Chain Bridge
Szechneyi Istvan ter 2 H-105
Budapest, Hungary
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22nd to 23rd September 2014
Auditori Antoni Caparros Parc Cientific Campus Baldiri Reixac 08028
Barcelona, Spain
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24th to 25th September 2014
Novotel Paris Est 1, Avenue de la Republique 93170 Bagnolet
Paris, France
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30th September to 1st October 2014
NH Bologna de la Gare Piazza XX Settembre, 2 40121
Bologna, Italy
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2nd to 3rd October 2014
Radisson Blu Hotel
Waterfront
Cape Town, South Africa
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28th to 29th October 2014
Sheraton Dubai Mall of the Emirates Hotel
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
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29th October 2014
Human Identification Workshop (Parallel Track)
Sheraton Dubai Mall of the Emirates Hotel
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
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Ion World Tour 2014 agenda outline

  • Ion Torrent™ technology latest update: new sequencing chemistry, Ion Proton® Sequencer and Ion PII™ Chip data, new Ion AmpliSeq™ gene panels and Ion Reporter™ Software updates
  • Exome sequencing workflow and best practice
  • RNA-Seq performance
  • Bioinformatics workshops for targeted resequencing, exomes and microbial workflows
  • Customers present on their own projects from clinical research, HLA-typing, pharmacogenomics, microbiology, plant genomics to food safety

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ELIGIBILITY: Participation is open only to life science researchers 18 years and older in the following EMEA countries: Austria, Czech Republic, Denmark, France, Germany, Hungary, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Slovakia, Spain, Switzerland, United Kingdom, South Africa, Albania, Algeria, Angola, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bahrain, Belarus, Benin, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Botswana, Bulgaria, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cameroon, Cape Verde, Central African Republic, Chad, Comoros, Congo, Croatia, Cyprus, Djibouti, DR Congo, Egypt, EIRE, Equatorial Guinea, Eritrea, Estonia, Ethiopia, Gabon, Gambia, Georgia, Ghana, Greece, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Iceland, Iraq, Israel, Ivory Coast, Jordan, Kazakstan, Kenya, Kosovo, Kuwait, Kyrgyzstan, Latvia, Lebanon, Lesotho, Liberia, Libya, Lithuania, Macedonia, Madagascar, Malawi, Mali, Malta, Mauritania, Mauritius, Moldova, Montenegro, Morocco, Mozambique, Namibia, Niger, Nigeria, Oman, Palestine (WE/GZ), Qatar, Reunion, Romania, Rwanda, Sao Tome & Principe, Saudi Arabia, Senegal, Serbia, Seychelles, Sierra Leone, Slovenia, Swaziland, Tajikistan, Tanzania, Togo, Tunisia, Turkey, Turkmenistan, UAE, Uganda, Ukraine, Uzbekistan, Yemen, Zambia and, Zimbabwe, who correctly answered the Quiz question and registered for an Ion World Tour event on the registration page noted above. Eligible participants will be entered into a drawing for a chance to win one (1) night of free hotel accommodation at the Ion World Tour location that their Quiz answer relates to, at a hotel of the Sponsor's choice during the 2014 Ion World Tour. One (1) entry per participant. Healthcare Professionals may not participate in this promotion. The term Healthcare Professionals includes individuals (clinical or non-clinical physicians, physician assistants, nurses, technicians, research coordinators, administrators and purchasing personnel) and entities (including hospitals, rehabilitation centers, nursing facilities, home health agencies, clinics and group purchasing organizations, managed care organizations, physician group practices, medical directors for health insurance organizations) and their employees and representatives who are involved in the actual provision of health care services.

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Ion World Tour 2014 event agenda

24th to 25th September 2014
Novotel Paris Est 1
Avenue de la Republique
93170 Bagnolet
Paris, France

24 September 2014 – Keynote talks

10:30 – Registration & coffee
  • State of the art of Ion Torrent™ technology
    (Anup Parikh, Ion Torrent™ Technology Product Management, Thermo Fisher Scientific)
  • Ion AmpliSeq™ Gene Panels—DNA and RNA, latest and how to use in your research
    (Gauri Ganpule, Ion Torrent™ Technology Product Management, Thermo Fisher Scientific)
  • Ion Torrent™ bioinformatics latest tools and updates
    (Mike Lelivelt, Ion Torrent™ Technology Bioinformatics Product Management, Thermo Fisher Scientific)
  • Rare disease research using the Ion PGM™ System
    (Eric Pasmant, Cochin Hospital)
  • Evaluation of a new NGS method based on a custom Ion AmpliSeq™ Library and Ion PGM™ sequencing for the fast detection of genetic variations in archived samples with cardiomyopathies
    (Alexandre Janin, Laboratoire Cardiogénétique, CBPE, Bron)
  • Evaluation of the Ion AmpliSeq™ Cancer Hotspot V2 and Ion AmpliSeq™ colon & lung cancer research panels for analysis of FFPE tissue samples
    (Florence de Fraipont, Grenoble)
  • Targeted next generation sequencing for molecular characterization of solid tumours
    (Nicky D'Haene, Department of Pathology, Erasme University Hospital, Brussels)
  • Integration of BRCA1 and BRCA2 sequencing in the OncoDEEP gene panel for triple negative breast cancer analysis
    (Jean-François Laes, OncoDNA)
  • Genomes and metagenomics with the Ion Proton™ system; insights into bacterial evolution and interactions with human health
    (Sean Kennedy, MGP INRA de Jouy France)
  • Custom Ion AmpliSeq™ Gene Panel design for the analysis of solid tumours
    (Cecile Boucher, CHU Bordeaux)
18:00 – Drinks reception and poster viewing


25 September 2014 – Workshop, user tips and short oral presentations

08:00 – Start
  • How to design a successful gene panel, make collaborators and influence people
    (Anup Parikh, Ion Torrent™ Technology Product Management, Thermo Fisher Scientific)
Human genetics session
  • Variant calling, mutation analysis and data interpretation
    (Sam Thoraval, Field Bioinformatics Support, Thermo Fisher Scientific)
  • Bioinformatics for clinical research labs: reporting out, tracking audit, storage, backup & archiving
    (Sam Thoraval, Field Bioinformatics Support, Thermo Fisher Scientific)
  • Analysis of copy number variation and aneuploidy
    (Alain Rico, Clinical Team, Thermo Fisher Scientific)
  • Advantage of NGS and bioinformatics in the study of mitochondrial genomes (CHU Angers)
  • Ancient DNA genotyping with Ion PGM™ automated workflow
    (Dr Thierry Grange, Institut Jacques Monod)
  • Transcriptome analysis: Illumina vs Ion Proton™ System
    (Franck Letourneur, Institut National de la Santé et de la Recherche Médicale)
Non-human genetic analysis session
  • The latest in 16S metagenomics and microbiology sequencing tools
    (Thierry Scarcez, Applications Support, Thermo Fisher Scientific)
  • Sequencing improvements with the Ion Hi-Q™ Technology: First tests on amplicons and small genome sequencing projects
    (Speaker to be announced, ENS, Paris)
  • A novel approach to plant genotyping
    (Franck Salin, National de la Recherche Agronomique, INRA)
  • Identification of infectious agents by NGS
    (Eric Cabannes, Pathoquest)
  • Persistence of genomic populations Enterovirus B truncated at the 5’ NC in dilated cardiomyopathy cardiomyocytes
    (Alexis Bouin, Cardiovir, Faculté de médecine, Reims)
  • New RAD-Seq, TAS library preparation for unusual species
    (José Utge, Muséum d'histoires naturelles)
17:00 – Close

Ion World Tour 2014 event agenda

30th September to 1st October 2014
NH Bologna de la Gare
Piazza XX Settembre, 2 40121
Bologna, Italy

30 September 2014

10:15 – Registration & coffee

Keynote talks
  • State of the Art of Ion Torrent™ technology
    (Anup Parikh, Ion Torrent™ Product Management, Thermo Fisher Scientific)
  • Ion AmpliSeq™ gene panels - DNA and RNA, latest and how to use in your research
    (Gauri Ganpule, Ion Torrent™ Product Management, Thermo Fisher Scientific)
  • Genetics of Hearing Loss: "Ion" strategies for gene analysis and discovery
    (Paolo Gasparini, IRCCS Burlo Garofolo - Trieste)
12:30 – Lunch
  • Accuracy improvements and what this means for your research (HiQ)
    (Anup Parikh, Ion Torrent™ Product Management, Thermo Fisher Scientific)
  • Whole Genome Sequence analysis of methicillin-resistant Staphyloccus aureus strains in paediatric outbreaks
    (Roberto Biassoni, IRCCS G.Gaslini - Genova)
  • Combining Ion Torrent Digital Sequencing with DEPArray Digitalized Samples to resolve heterogeneity on solid tumors and circulating tumor cells
    (Raimo Tanzi, Silicon Biosystems)
  • CE to NGS and the role of the Implementation support networks
    (Francesco Acquadro, Clinical Team, Thermo Fisher Scientific)
  • Molecular research analysis of mutations in the CFTR gene using the Ion PGM™ Next Generation Sequencing Platform
    (Simona Ferrari, Ospedale S. Orsola BO)
  • Ion Torrent™ Bioinformatics latest tools and updates
    (Mike Lelivelt, Thermo Fisher Scientific)
  • Ion™ Chef System and Ion™ Reporter hands-on demonstrations
    (Fabio Raffaldi and Alessandro Albiero, Thermo Fisher Scientific)
17:30 – Wrap up and close of day 1


1 October 2014 – Workshop, user tips and short oral presentations

Morning – Parallel Session 1: Human research
  • Bioinformatics for clinicians (reporting out, tracking audit functionality, storage, issues, backup, archiving)
    (Sam Thoraval, Field Bioinformatics Support, Thermo Fisher Scientific)
  • Analysis of tumour molecular heterogeneity by next generation sequencing.
    (Andrea Mafficini, University of Verona - ARCNET, Verona)
  • Molecular classification of KRAS wild type colorectal cancer subjects enrolled in the CAPRI clinical trial
    (Anna Maria Rachiglio, INT Fondazione Pascale - CRO, Mercogliano (AV))
  • Comparison of targeted next-generation sequencing with conventional sequencing for identification of mutations predicting resistance to therapies targeted at EGFR
    (Umberto Malapelle, University Federico II of Naples, Napoli)
  • Comparative analysis between direct Sanger sequencing and Ion PGM™ sequencing in the molecular analysis of CRC and NSCLC
    (Francesca Belardinilli, La Sapienza University - Mol. Med. Dept., Roma)
  • Ion AmpliSeq™ BRCA1 and BRCA2 Panel: our experience in analyzing SNVs and CNVs data
    (Sara Volorio, Cogentech, IFOM Istituto Firc di Oncologia Molecolare, Milano)
  • Triple Negative Breast Cancer: a genetic signature of DNA repair genes by a NGS approach
    (Mariella Tancredi, University of Pisa - AOUP Tumor Genetics, Pisa)
11:40 – Close of day 2

If you would like to present your work, please submit your topic at lifetechnologies.com/ionworldtour

Ion World Tour 2014 event agenda

2nd to 3rd October 2014
Radisson Blu Hotel
Waterfront
Cape Town, South Africa

2 October 2014 – Keynote talks

10:30 – Registration & coffee

Keynote Talks and Ion Torrent™ News
  • State of the art of Ion Torrent™ technology
    (Mike Lelivelt, Ion Torrent™ Product Management, Thermo Fisher Scientific)
  • Ion AmpliSeq™ Gene Panels - DNA and RNA, latest and how to use in your research
    (Alain Rico, Clinical Team, Thermo Fisher Scientific)
  • Ion Torrent™ bioinformatics latest tools and updates
    (Mike Lelivelt, Ion Torrent™ Product Management, Bioinformatics Product Management, Thermo Fisher Scientific)
12:30 – Lunch
  • Sequencing the genes of the mitochondrial OXPHOS system using Ion Torrent™ technology, a review of mitochondrial mutations in human disease in Nature Genetics Reviews
    (Dr Francois van der Westhuizen, North-West University)
  • Next generation sequencing of South African stripe rust pathotypes
    (Renée Prins, CenGen and University of Free State)
  • Ion TorrentTM next generation deep sequencing compared to other phenotypic and genotypic methods for detection of pyrazinamide resistance in Mycobacterium tuberculosis
    (Nontuthuko Maningi, Medical Microbiology, Pretoria)
  • The latest in 16S metagenomics and microbiology sequencing tools
    (Chris Allen, Applications Support, Thermo Fisher Scientific)
  • A bioinformatics pipeline for assessing human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) minor variants in next generation deep sequencing data.
    (Armand Bester, University of the Free State, Bloemfontein)
  • HIV-1 drug resistance and co-receptor tropism assays: making the switch from Sanger to NGS
    (Dr Miguel Quiñones-Mateu, Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine, Ohio USA)
17:30 – Drinks Reception


3 October 2014 – User workshop

08:30 – Start

Bioinformatics workshop
This is an interactive session, going through the basics with discussion and questions from the audience.
  • Bioinformatics for beginners
    (Burger van Jaarsveld, Field Bioinformatics Support, Thermo Fisher Scientific)
  • Variant calling, mutation analysis and data interpretation
    (Mike Lelivelt, Ion Torrent™ Product Management, Bioinformatics Product Management, Thermo Fisher Scientific)
  • Bioinformatics for clinical research labs
    (Jon Mangion, Field Bioinformatics Support, Thermo Fisher Scientific)
  • Bioinformatics Q&A
Gene expression profiling and quantification
  • Transcriptomics and RNA-Seq analysis
    (Chris Allen, Applications Support, Thermo Fisher Scientific)
  • Gene expression profi ling and identifi cation of transcripts using Ion AmpliSeq™ RNA
    (Chris Allen, Applications Support, Thermo Fisher Scientific)
  • Analysis of copy number variation and aneuploidy
    (Alain Rico, Clinical Team, Clinical Team, Thermo Fisher Scientific)
12:30 – Lunch

Whole exome analysis - sample to data
  • Exome sequencing product and performance
    (Chris Allen, Applications Support, Thermo Fisher Scientific)
  • Exome data analysis with Ion Reporter™
    (Jon Mangion, Field Bioinformatics Support, Thermo Fisher Scientific)
  • Get the best from your instruments and gaining IQ/OQ certification
    (Eamon O'Kennedy, Support Team, Thermo Fisher Scientific)
  • Workflow best practice tips and tricks
    (Chris Allen, Applications Support, Thermo Fisher Scientific)
16:00 – Wrap up and close

Ion World Tour 2014 event agenda

28th to 29th October 2014
Sheraton Dubai Mall of the Emirates Hotel—Sheikh Zayed Road, al Barsha 1
Mall of the Emirates
Dubai, United Arab Emirates

28 October 2014 – Keynote talks

10:30 – Registration & Coffee
  • State of the art of Ion Torrent™ technology
    (Mike Lelivelt, Ion Torrent Product Management, Thermo Fisher Scientific)
  • Ion AmpliSeq™ Gene Panels DNA and RNA, latest and how to use in your research
    (Annika Branting, Thermo Fisher Scientific)
  • Ion Torrent™ bioinformatics latest tools and updates
    (Mike Lelivelt, Ion Torrent Product Management, Thermo Fisher Scientific)
12:30 – Lunch
  • Exome and targeted sequencing with Ion Torrent™ technology
    (Dr.Nadah Al Tahsan, KSA - KFSHRC)
  • Analysis of mitochondrial DNA for inherited disease research
    (Dr Mohammed Balwi, NGH, Saudi Arabia)
  • Human disease research using custom Ion AmpliSeqTM targeted gene panel sequencing
    (Dr Ashraf Dallol King Abdulaziz University, Saudi Arabia)
  • RNA-Seq analysis for the investigation of adrenoleukodystrophy
    (Dr. Vidya Mohammed Ali, Qatar)
  • Deciphering the evolutionary cascade of avian influenza H5N1 subtype from whole transcriptome sequencing of Egyptian isolates
    (Prof Yousef Adel Soliman, Central Lab for Evaluation of Vet.Biologics, Egypt)
18:00 – Q&A - Close of day 1


29 October 2014 – Workshop and user tips

09:00 – Opening (coffee served in lounge from 8.30am)
  • Accuracy improvements and what this means for your research (HiQ)
    (Mike Lelivelt, Ion Torrent Product Management, Thermo Fisher Scientific)
  • Exome sequencing product and performance
    (Thierry Scarcez, Applications Support, Thermo Fisher Scientific)
  • Transcriptomics and RNA-Seq analysis
    (Thierry Scarcez, Applications Support, Thermo Fisher Scientific)
  • Analysis of copy number variation and aneuploidy
    (Annika Branting Thermo Fisher Scientific)
  • The latest in 16S metagenomics and microbiology sequencing tools
    (Thierry Scarcez Thermo Fisher Scientific)
  • Get the best from your instruments and gaining quality certification
    (Jean-Luc Gy Thermo Fisher Scientific)
12:30 – Lunch
  • Bioinformatics for beginners
    (Greg Tyrelle, Field Bioinformatics Support, Thermo Fisher Scientific)
  • Variant calling, mutation analysis and data interpretation
    (Greg Tyrelle, Field Bioinformatics Support, Thermo Fisher Scientific)
  • RNA data analysis
    (Greg Tyrelle, Field Bioinformatics Support, Thermo Fisher Scientific)
  • Round-Table discussion
15:30 – Wrap up and Close
(Marco Pirotta, Thermo Fisher Scientific)

Ion World Tour 2014 event agenda

29th October 2014
Sheraton Dubai Mall of the Emirates Hotel—Sheikh Zayed Road, al Barsha 1
Mall of the Emirates
Dubai, United Arab Emirates

29 October 2014 – Human Identification Workshop (Parallel Track)

09:00 – Start
  • Introduction to NGS for Forensics
  • HID Applications on the PGM
  • Data Analysis
  • Wrap up & Questions & Answers
13:00 – Close of meeting

For Research Use Only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures.

Ion World Tour 2014 event agenda

8th to 9th September 2014
Radisson Blu Scandinavia,
Copenhagen, Denmark

8 September 2014 – Keynote talks

10:30 – Registration
  • State of the art of Ion Torrent™ technology
    (Andy Felton, Ion Torrent™ Technology Product Development, Thermo Fisher Scientific)
  • Ion AmpliSeq™ Gene Panels—DNA and RNA, latest and how to use in your research
    (Anjali Shah, Ion Torrent™ Technology Product Development, Thermo Fisher Scientific)
  • Ion bioinformatics latest tools and updates
    (Carl Dowds, Bioinformatics Product Management, Thermo Fisher Scientific)
  • Analysis of Ion AmpliSeq™ gene panels with the Ion PGM™ System
    (Hans Atli Dahl, Amplexa Genetics)
  • Sequencing for infection and oncology research
    (Adam Ameur, Uppsala Genome Center)
  • Accuracy improvements and what this means for your research (Hi-Q™ chemistry)
    (Anjali Shah, Ion Torrent™ Technology Product Development Thermo Fisher Scientific)
  • Simplified Assay Design and Molecular Analysis: PCR-based typing
    (Steve Glavas, SMI)
  • A gene panel for research in age related diseases—neurodegeneration and osteoporosis
    (Prof. Sulev Kõks, Institute of Biomedicine and Translational Medicine University of Tartu)
  • Custom cancer research panel for sarcoma analysis
    (Ene Reimann, University of Tartu)
  • Use of Ion AmpliSeq™ technology in clinical research
    (Virinder Sarhadi, Haartman Institute, Helsinki)
18:00 – Drinks reception and poster viewing


9 September 2014 – Workshop, user tips and short oral presentations

08:30 – Start
  • Bioinformatics for clinical research: reporting out, tracking audit, storage, backup & archiving
    (Joe Wood, Bioinformatics Product Management, Thermo Fisher Scientific)
  • CE to NGS and the role of the Implementation Support Networks
    (Annika Branting, Clinical Team, Thermo Fisher Scientific)
  • Variant calling, mutation analysis and data interpretation
    (Domantas Motiejunas, Field Bioinformatics Team, Thermo Fisher Scientific)
  • Library—template—sequencing tips and tricks
    (Jussi Vanhatalo, Field Applications Support, Thermo Fisher Scientific)
  • Get the best from your instruments, gaining IQ/OQ certification
    (Jess Matz, Support Team, Thermo Fisher Scientific)
  • The latest in 16S metagenomics and microbial research using NGS
    (Jussi Vanhatalo, Applications Support Team, Thermo Fisher Scientific)
  • WGS of picogram level sequencing of clinical fecal samples of several Cryptoporidium and Giardia species
    (Per Sikora, SMI, Sweden)
  • The Norwegian brain abscess study—Massive parallel sequencing in clinical bacteriology research
    (Øyvind Kommedal, Section for Microbiology and Immunology, The Gade Institute, University of Bergen)
  • Implementation of NGS-based molecular characterisation of colorectal carcinoma research samples
    (Anders Edsjö, Sahlgrenska University Hospital)
  • Combining Ion Torrent™ digital sequencing with DEPArray digitalised samples to resolve heterogeneity on solid tumours and circulating tumour cells
    (Raimo Tanzi, Silicon Biosystems)
16:00 – Close

Ion World Tour 2014 event agenda

9th to 10th September 2014
Crowne Plaza Amsterdam City Centre
c/o Nieuwezijds Voorburgwal 5 / 1012
RC Amsterdam, the Netherlands

9 September 2014 – Keynote talks

10:30 – Registration
  • State of the art of Ion Torrent™ technology
    (Andy Felton, Ion Torrent™ Technology Head of Product Management, Thermo Fisher Scientific)
  • Ion AmpliSeq™ Gene Panels—DNA and RNA, latest and how to use in your research
    (Anjali Shah, Ion Torrent™ Technology Product Development, Thermo Fisher Scientific)
  • Ion bioinformatics latest tools and updates
    (Carl Dowds, Bioinformatics Product Management, Thermo Fisher Scientific)
  • Replacement of Sanger sequencing by Ion Torrent™ semiconductor sequencing for research
    (Adinda Diekstra, Nijmegen Medical Center)
  • Verification and implementation of NGS in the pathology research workflow
    (Wendy de Leng, Department of pathology, UMC Utrecht)
  • Targeted next generation sequencing for molecular characterization of solid tumors
    (Nicky D'Haene, Department of Pathology, Erasme University Hospital, Brussels)
  • Simultaneous detection of mutations and amplifications in oncology research samples using NGS
    (John Hinrichs, Department of Pathologie UMC Utrecht)
  • Integration of BRCA1 and BRCA2 sequencing in the OncoDEEP gene panel for triple negative breast tumour analysis
    (Jean-François Laes, OncoDNA)
  • Sensitive and specific detection of 1p/19q codeletion in gliomas by next generation sequencing
    (Ronald van Marion, Erasmus University, Rotterdam)
  • Ion AmpliSeq™ targeted sequencing in cancer research: the Leiden-LUMC approach
    (Ronald Van Eyck, LUMC)
18:00 – drinks reception and poster viewing


10 September 2014 – Workshop, user tips and short oral presentations

08:30 – Start
  • Bioinformatics for clinical research: reporting out, tracking audit, storage, backup & archiving
    (Joe Wood, Bioinformatics Product Management, Thermo Fisher Scientific)
  • CE to NGS and the role of the Implementation Support Networks
    (Christine.Hubans-Pierlot, Clinical Account Management Team, Thermo Fisher Scientific)
  • How to design a successful gene panel, make collaborators and influence people
    (Thierry Scarcez, Application Specialist, Thermo Fisher Scientific)
  • Variant calling, mutation analysis and data interpretation
    (Greg Tyrelle, Field Bioinformatics Team, Thermo Fisher Scientific)
Human genetics
  • Phenotype/genotype prediction in forensics
    (Prof. Manfed Kayser, Erasmus MC, Rotterdam)
  • Analysis of copy number variation and aneuploidy
    (Alain Rico, Medical Sciences Team, Thermo Fisher Scientific)
  • Two sets of synthetic spike-in controls for small RNA-Seq
    (Mauro Locati, University of Amsterdam)
  • Transcriptomics and RNA-Seq using Ion Torrent™ technology
    (Thierry Scarcez, Applications Support Team, Thermo Fisher Scientific)
  • Exome sequencing product and performance
    (Thierry Scarcez, Applications Support Team, Thermo Fisher Scientific)
Microbiology
  • The latest in 16S metagenomics and microbial research using NGS
    (Thierry Scarcez, Applications Support Team, Thermo Fisher Scientific)
  • Genomes and metagenomics with the Ion Proton™ system; Insights into bacterial evolution and interactions with human health
    (Sean Kennedy, MGP INRA de Jouy France)
17:30 – Close

Ion World Tour 2014 event agenda

11th to 12th September 2014
Crowne Plaza
Manchester City Centre
70 Shudehill
Manchester, UK

11 September 2014 – Keynote talks

10:00 – Registration & coffee
  • State of the art of Ion Torrent™ technology
    (Andy Felton, Ion Torrent™ Technology Product Development, Thermo Fisher Scientific)
  • Ion AmpliSeq™ Gene Panels—DNA and RNA, latest and how to use in your research
    (Anjali Shah, Ion Torrent™ Technology Product Management, Thermo Fisher Scientific)
  • Ion bioinformatics latest tools and updates
    (Carl Dowds, Bioinformatics Product Management, Thermo Fisher Scientific)
  • Replacement of Sanger sequencing by Ion Torrent™ Semiconductor Sequencing in clinical research
    (Marcel Nelen, Radboud University, Nijmegen Medical Center)
  • Managing the transition from single gene assay to multi-gene somatic NGS testing in a high volume lab
    (Phil Bennett, UCL-AD)
  • 0 to 60 with NGS
    (Cate Foukles, Royal Surrey Hospital)
  • The role of NGS technology in molecular pathology: promises and challenges
    (Shirley Henderson, John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford)
  • Custom Ion AmpliSeq™ Panels and CNV application for research in Diamond-Blackfan Anaemia research on the Ion PGM™ System
    (Gareth Gerrard, Imperial Molecular Pathology Laboratory, Imperial College London)
  • Research concerning targeted sequencing of cell-free DNA using the Ion AmpliSeq™ Cancer Hotspot and custom gene panels
    (Dave Guttery, Department of Cancer Studies and Molecular Medicine, University of Leicester)
  • Combining Ion Torrent™ digital sequencing with DEPArray digitalised samples to resolve heterogeneity on solid tumours and circulating tumour cells
    (Raimo Tanzi, Silicon Biosystems)
  • The latest in 16S metagenomics and microbial research using NGS
    (Chris Allen, Applications Support Team, Thermo Fisher Scientific)
18:00 – Drinks reception and poster viewing


12 September 2014 – Workshop, user tips and short oral presentations

08:30 – Start
  • Bioinformatics for clinical research: reporting out, tracking audit, storage, backup & archiving
    (Joe Wood, Bioinformatics Product Management, Thermo Fisher Scientific)
  • CE to NGS and the role of the Implementation Support Networks
    (Freddie Sharkey, Clinical Team, Thermo Fisher Scientific)
  • The Holy Grail: a transferable NHS data analysis pipeline
    (Paul Westwood, Molecular Diagnostics, West of Scotland Genetic Services)
  • ChIP-Seq analysis on the Ion Proton™ System
    (Lee Murphy, Wellcome Trust Clinical Research Facility, Western General Hospital, Edinburgh)
  • Variant calling, mutation analysis and data interpretation
    (Jon Mangion, Field Bioinformatics Team, Thermo Fisher Scientific)
  • Get the best from your instruments, gaining IQ/OQ certification
    (Support Team, Thermo Fisher Scientific)
  • The Discovery of new antibiotics using transposon-insertion sequencing
    (Dr Natasha Carli and Dr Joana Martins, Discuva Ltd, Cambridge UK)
  • Amplicon-driven fungal metagenomics
    (Dan Tonge, University of Stafford)
13:00 – Close

Ion World Tour 2014 event agenda

15th to 16th September 2014
Hotel Palace Berlin
Budapester Str. 45, 10787
Berlin, Germany

15 September 2014 – Keynote talks

10:30 – Registration & coffee
  • State of the art of Ion Torrent™ technology
    (Jason Affourtit, Ion Torrent™ Technology Product Management, Thermo Fisher Scientific)
  • Ion bioinformatics latest tools and updates
    (Carl Dowds, Bioinformatics Product Management, Thermo Fisher Scientific)
  • Ion AmpliSeq™ Gene Panels—DNA and RNA, latest and how to use in your research
    (Jason Affourtit, Ion Torrent™ Technology Product Management, Thermo Fisher Scientific)
  • Title TBD
    (Laurent Farinelli, Fasteris, Geneva)
  • Highly sensitive amplicon-based transcript quantification by Ion Proton™ sequencing
    (Prof. Ulrich Certa, Roche Basel)
  • Analysis of FFPE tumour samples
    (Dr. Volker Endris, Institute for Pathology, Heidelberg)
  • Combining Ion Torrent™ digital sequencing with DEPArray digitalised samples to resolve heterogeneity on solid tumours and circulating tumour cells
    (Raimo Tanzi, Silicon Biosystems)
  • Phenotype/genotype prediction in forensics
    (Prof. Manfed Kayser, Erasmus MC, Rotterdam)
  • Exome sequencing product and performance
    (Greg Tyrelle/Thierry Scarcez Ion Torrent™ Technology Application Support, Thermo Fisher Scientific)
18:00 – Drinks reception and poster viewing


16 September 2014 – Workshop, user tips and short oral presentations

08:30 – Start
  • Bioinformatics for clinical research labs: reporting out, tracking audit, storage, backup & archiving
    (Greg Tyrelle, Field Bioinformatics Support, Thermo Fisher Scientific)
  • Next-generation sequencing of the BRCA1 and BRCA2 genes for the genetic analysis of hereditary breast and/or ovarian cancer research samples
    (Dr. Daniel Trujillano, Centogene AG, Rostock)
  • Moving from Sanger to NGS
    (Dr. Dido Lenze, Charité Pathology, Berlin)
  • Identification of a recurrent activating PLCG1 mutation in cardiac angiosarcomas with the Ion AmpliSeq™ Comprehensive Cancer Panel
    (Prof. Andreas Bräuninger, Justus-Liebig-University Gießen)
  • Transcriptomics and RNA-Seq
    (Jussi Vanhatalo, Field Applications Support, Thermo Fisher Scientific)
  • New research tools for the genetic analysis of solid tumours
    (Dr. Henriette Kurth, Viollier, Basel)
  • Transcriptome analysis on Ion Proton™ Sequencer
    (Dr. Stephan Günther, MPI Bad Nauheim)
  • RNA-Seq
    (Anne-M. Krogsdam Christensen, Biocenter, Innsbruck Medical University)
  • Get the best from your instruments and gaining IQ/OQ certification
    (Support Team, Thermo Fisher Scientific)
  • Variant calling, mutation analysis and data interpretation
    (Chrysanthi Ainali, Field Bioinformatics Support, Thermo Fisher Scientific)
  • Workflow best practice workshop
    (Thierry Scarcez, Product Management/Field Applications Support, Thermo Fisher Scientific)
16:30 – Close

Ion World Tour 2014 event agenda

16th to 17th September 2014
Radisson Blu Centrum Hotel
Ul. Grzybowska 24, 00-132
Warsaw, Poland

16 September 2014 – Keynote talks

10:00 – Registration & coffee
  • State of the art of Ion Torrent™ technology
    (Jason Affourtit, Ion Torrent™ Technology Product Management, Thermo Fisher Scientific)
  • Ion AmpliSeq™ Gene Panels—DNA and RNA, latest and how to use in your research
    (Jason Affourtit, Ion Torrent™ Technology Product Management, Thermo Fisher Scientific)
  • Accuracy improvements and what this means for your research (Hi-Q™ chemistry)
    (Mike Lelivelt, Bioinformatics Product Management, Thermo Fisher Scientific)
  • Exome sequencing, gene panels sequencing with Ion Torrent™ technology
    (Dr Michal Mikula, Centre of Oncology, Warsaw)
  • Using the Ion Proton™ system for RNA-Seq applications
    (Dr Slawomir Golda, Institute of Pharmacology Polish Academy of Science, Krakow)
  • Ion bioinformatics latest tools and updates
    (Carl Dowds, Bioinformatics Product Management, Thermo Fisher Scientific)
  • Isolation, library preparation and RNA-seq of C.albicans mitochondrial RNA using Ion Proton™ platform
    (Dr Adam Kolondra, University of Warsaw)
  • Getting up and running - training and support
    (Kryssia Aguiluz, Ion Concierge, Thermo Fisher Scientific)
18:00 – Drinks reception and poster viewing


17 September 2014 – Workshop, user tips and short oral presentations

08:00 – Start
  • Transcriptomics and RNA-Seq analysis
    (Chris Allen Applications Support, Thermo Fisher Scientific)
  • The latest in 16S metagenomics and microbiology sequencing tools
    (Chris Allen, Applications Support, Thermo Fisher Scientific)
  • Exploring Streptococcal genomes
    (Dr Izabela Sitkiewicz, National Medicines Institute)
Bioinformatics workshop
  • Ion Torrent™ bioinformatics for beginners
    (Domantas Motiejunas, Field Bioinformatics Support, Thermo Fisher Scientific)
  • Variant calling, mutation analysis and data interpretation
    (Domantas Motiejunas, Field Bioinformatics Support, Thermo Fisher Scientific)
  • Bioinformatics solution for RNA-Seq applications on the Ion Proton® System
    (Marcin Piechota, Institute of Pharmacology)
Wet Lab/support workshop
  • Get the best from your instruments and gaining IQ/OQ certification
    (Support Team, Thermo Fisher Scientific)
  • How to design a successful gene panel, make collaborators and influence people
    (Jason Affourtit, Ion Torrent™ Technology Product Management, Thermo Fisher Scientific)
  • Library—template—sequencing tips and tricks
    (Chris Allen, Field Applications Support, Thermo Fisher Scientific)
13:00 – Wrap up and close

Ion World Tour 2014 event agenda

18th to 19th September 2014
Sofitel Budapest, Chain Bridge
Szechneyi Istvan ter 2
H-105 Budapest, Hungary

18 September 2014 – Keynote talks

10:30 – Registration & coffee
  • State of the art of Ion Torrent™ technology
    (Jason Affourtit, Ion Torrent™ Technology Product Management, Thermo Fisher Scientific)
  • Ion AmpliSeq™ Gene Panels—DNA and RNA, latest and how to use in your research
    (Jason Affourtit, Ion Torrent™ Technology Product Management, Thermo Fisher Scientific)
  • Ion Torrent™ bioinformatics latest tools and updates
    (Mike Lelivelt, Bioinformatics Product Management, Thermo Fisher Scientific)
  • Introduction to HLA typing on the Ion PGM System
    (Marco Pirotta)
  • Research combining Ion Torrent™ digital sequencing with DEPArray digitalised samples to resolve heterogeneity on solid tumours and circulating tumour cells
    (Raimo Tanzi, Silicon Biosystems)
  • Analysis of aneuploidies using the Ion PGM™ System
    (Gabriel Minarik, Geneton Ltd., Bratislava, Slovakia and Comenius University)
  • Microbial re-sequencing and metagenomics
    (Dr. Gergő Maróti, Seqomics, Mórahalom)
  • Targeted gene resequencing and exome sequencing in clinical research
    (Csaba Jeney, CellCall)
  • Environmental and clinical microbiology research with Ion Torrent™ next gen sequencing
    (Zoltan Bihari, Bay Zoltan Inst, Budapest)
  • miRNA discovery by NGS
    (Csaba Fekete, University of Pécs, Fac Nat Sci, Dpt Microbiology)
  • Design and implementation of targeted re-sequencing of a broad range of gene panels
    (János Kósa, PentaCore, Budapest)
  • Introducing Oncompass—NGS based tool for oncology
    (Dr Ferenc Pintér, KPS Diagnostics)
17:30 – Drinks reception and poster viewing


19 September 2014 – Workshop, user tips and short oral presentations

08:30 – Start

Human genetics session
  • Exome sequencing product and performance
    (Thierry Scarcez, Applications Support, Thermo Fisher Scientific)
  • Transcriptomics and RNA-Seq analysis
    (Thierry Scarcez, Applications Support, Thermo Fisher Scientific)
  • CE to NGS and the role of the Implementation Support Networks
    (Cristina Guillen Rovira, Clinical Team, Thermo Fisher Scientific)
  • Bioinformatics for clinical research labs: reporting out, tracking audit, storage, backup & archiving
    (Xose Fernandez Bioinformatics Support, Thermo Fisher Scientific)
  • CFTR analysis including copy number variation
    (István Nagy, Seqomics, Mórahalom)
  • Targeted gene re-sequencing (fusion primer EGFR, KRAS hot spots)
    (Zoltan Gyuris, DeltaBio 2000, Szeged)
  • Using targeted gene panel coupled with post-light sequencing for accurate risk assessment in hereditary cancer syndromes
    (Kristóf Árvai, PentaCore, Budapest)
  • Clinical research applications using Ion Torrent™ next gen sequencing
    (Zoltán Bihari, Bay Zoltán Inst)
Non-human genetic analysis session
  • The latest in 16S metagenomics and microbiology sequencing tools
    (Applications Support, Thermo Fisher Scientific)
  • Shigella analysis by NGS
    (Dr. Csaba Fekete, University of Pécs, Fac Nat Sci, Dpt Microbiology)
  • Metagenomic analysis of biofilm bacterial communities developed in a pump and treat system treating petroleum hydrocarbon contaminated groundwater
    (Dr. Tibor Benedek, SZIE, Gödöllő)
  • Metagenomics analysis
    (Dr. Gergő Maróti, Seqomics)
  • High-throughput flanking sequence tag (fst) determination of multiple insertion elements
    (Attila Kereszt, Seqomics)
Tips, tricks and support
  • Ion bioinformatics for beginners
    (Xose Fernandez, Field Bioinformatics Support, Thermo Fisher Scientific)
  • Variant calling, mutation analysis and data interpretation
    (Xose Fernandez, Field Bioinformatics Support, Thermo Fisher Scientific)
  • Get the best from your instruments and gaining IQ/OQ certification
    (Support Team, Thermo Fisher Scientific)
  • Library—template—sequencing tips and tricks
    (Product Management/Field Applications Support, Thermo Fisher Scientific)
16:00 – Close of meeting

Ion World Tour 2014 event agenda

22nd to 23rd September 2014
Auditori Antoni Caparros
Parc Cientific Campus Baldiri Reixac, 08028
Barcelona, Spain

22 September 2014 – Keynote talks

10:00 – Registration & coffee
  • State of the art of Ion Torrent™ technology
    (Anup Parikh, Ion Torrent™ Technology Product Management, Thermo Fisher Scientific)
  • Ion AmpliSeq™ Gene Panels—DNA and RNA, latest and how to use in your research
    (Gauri Ganpule, Ion Torrent™ Technology Product Management, Thermo Fisher Scientific)
  • Ion Torrent™ bioinformatics latest tools and updates
    (Mike Lelivelt, Ion Torrent™ Technology Bioinformatics Product Management, Thermo Fisher Scientific)
  • Combining Ion Torrent™ digital sequencing with DEPArray digitalised samples to resolve heterogeneity on solid tumours and circulating tumour cells
    (Raimo Tanzi, Silicon Biosystems)
  • Ion Torrent™ bioinformatics latest tools and updates
    (Mike Lelivelt, Bioinformatics Product Management, Thermo Fisher Scientific)
  • Exome trios and rare disease research
    (Dra. Sara Alvarez, Nimgenetics)
  • Targeted analysis of RNA gene fusions in lung tumour FFPE samples
    (José Costa, IPATIMUP, Portugal)
  • Exome analysis
    (Conceição Egas, BIOCANT)
  • Transcriptome analysis with Ion Torrent™ technology
    (Sebastian Comesaña, Universidad de Vigo)
  • Transcriptome project for mice
    (Xabier Elcoroaristizabal, Genetracer)
18:00 – Drinks reception and poster viewing


23 September 2014 – Workshop, user tips and short oral presentations

08:30 – Start
  • Bioinformatics for clinical research labs: reporting out, tracking audit, storage, backup archiving
    (Xose Fernandez, Bioinformatics Support, Thermo Fisher Scientific)
  • Get the best from your instruments and gaining IQ/OQ certification
    (Jaime Vicioso, Thermo Fisher Scientific)
  • Variant calling, mutation analysis and data interpretation
    (Xose Fernandez, Bioinformatics Support, Thermo Fisher Scientific)
  • Library—template—sequencing tips and tricks
    (Jussi Vanhatalo, Product Management/Field Applications Support, Thermo Fisher Scientific)
Microbiology session
  • The latest in 16S metagenomics and microbiology sequencing tools
    (Jussi Vanhatalo, Applications Support, Thermo Fisher Scientific)
  • Microbiology studies at CRAG using Ion Torrent™ technology
    (Dr. Armand Sanchez—Sara Martinez, CRAG- UAB)
  • Next-generation sequencing of Pyrrhocorax pyrrhocorax and Pyrrhocorax graculus mitochondrial genomes
    (Francisco Morinha, University of Trás-os-Montes and Alto Douro, Portugal)
Human genetics session
  • Development of an Ion AmpliSeq™ CFTR Gene research panel
    (Susana Fernandes, Medical Facility of Portugal)
  • Next generation sequencing in the era of targeted therapies and personalised oncology
    (Dra. Barbara Angulo, Hospital HM Universitario Sanchinarro)
  • CE to NGS and the role of the Implementation Support Networks
    (Francesco Acquardo, Clinical Team, Thermo Fisher Scientific)
15:30 – Close
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