Whole Genome Approaches to Complex Kidney Disease
February 11-12, 2012 Conference Videos




Introduction
Robert Star, National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases (NIDDK) and Jeffrey Kopp, NIDDK
7:29 minutes, View Transcript, Download Video (MP4, 32,068 KB)




Population Genetics to Personalized Medicine: An Icelandic Saga
Kari Stefansson, deCode, Iceland
58:38 minutes, View Transcript, Download Video (MP4, 97,176 KB)




U.S. Studies and Repositories: Opportunity and Challenge
Linda Kao, The Johns Hopkins University
35:42 minutes, View Transcript, Download Video (MP4, 60,936 KB)




European Studies and Repositories: Opportunity and Challenge
Gerjan Navis, University Medical Center Groningen, The Netherlands
43:23 minutes, View Transcript, Download Video (MP4, 90,656 KB)




NCBI Databases of Genetic Variants—What Is Available and How Is It Best Used?
Wendy Rubinstein, NIH/NLM/NCBI
39:08 minutes, View Transcript, Download Video (MP4, 109,647 KB)




Overview of Whole Genome Study Designs to Find Genes Contributing to Complex Diseases
Steve Rich, University of Virginia
55:24 minutes, View Transcript, Download Video (MP4, 148,658 KB)




Introduction to Exome Studies: Approaches, Analysis, and Problems
Andrey Shaw, Washington University in St. Louis
19:20 minutes, View Transcript, Download Video (MP4, 45,463 KB)




Rare Variant Analysis: Aggregation Methods
Suzanne Leal, Baylor College of Medicine
38:15 minutes, View Transcript, Download Video (MP4, 93,020 KB)




Lessons From Genetic Analysis Workshop 17: Aggregation, Machine Learning, and Data Mining Approaches
Joan Bailey-Wilson, NHGRI
45:35 minutes, View Transcript, Download Video (MP4, 213,410 KB)




Rare Variant Analysis: Design and Analysis Strategies
Xihong Lin, Harvard University
41:25 minutes, View Transcript, Download Video (MP4, 66,141 KB)




Filtering and Integration of Exome Data Sets
Jamie Teer, National Institutes of Health Intramural Sequencing Center
29:05 minutes, View Transcript, Download Video (MP4, 50,351 KB)




Data Annotation to Identify Actionable Variants
Ben Solomon, NHGRI
34:37 minutes, View Transcript, Download Video (MP4, 61,640 KB)




Group Discussion—Issues in Data Analysis: What are the Challenges?
Andrey Shaw, Washington University in St. Louis and Cheryl Winkler, National Cancer Institute
34:08 minutes, View Transcript, Download Video (MP4, 157,091 KB)




Data Sharing: Access and Confidentiality
Laura Rodriguez, NHGRI
45:29 minutes, View Transcript, Download Video (MP4, 89,581 KB)




Consent Issues: What Do Subjects Need to Know and How Do We Tell Them?
Julie Sapp, NHGRI
47:39 minutes, View Transcript, Download Video (MP4, 212,888 KB)




Communicating Research Information to Subjects: Research Results and Incidental, Actionable Findings
Ben Berkman, NHGRI
42:25 minutes, View Transcript, Download Video (MP4, 114,147 KB)




Ethnicity and Community: Impact of Genetic Findings and Disclosing Results
Malia Fullerton, University of Washington
44:30 minutes, View Transcript, Download Video (MP4, 118,779 KB)




Sunday Plenary Discussion and Working Lunch
Reports From Cohorts, ELSI, and Nephrology Practice Groups
41:52 minutes, View Transcript, Download Video (MP4, 133,567 KB)




Date Last Updated: 9/13/2012

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