7:30 – Networking Breakfast
8:00 – Welcome, NASA Keynote
8:30 – Presentation Panel Session 1
9:45 – Networking Break
10:15 – Presentation Panel Session 2
11:45 – Lunch
12:30 – TCC Overview
12:45 – Presentation Panel Session 3
2:15 – Networking Break
2:45 – Presentation Panel Session 4
4:00 – Working Group Sessions
Microbial & Environmental
Cancer & Precision Medicine
5:00 – Adjourn
Are you developing or applying omics to assess human health or understand the environment?
Are you looking for omics-related solutions or collaboration partners?
NASA and the Technology Collaboration Center held an Omics Workshop, at the NASA Johnson Space Center, on April 11, 2017, covering a broad range of cross-industry Omics and Systems Biology topic areas.
Omics integrates multiple biological disciplines (genomics, transcriptomics, proteomics, epigenomics, metabolomics and microbiomics) to focus on measurements of a diverse array of biomolecules.
This event brought together organizations from a variety of sectors to accelerate shared awareness of the rapidly changing state of the art in omics science and technology, with presentations on the latest advances and unmet challenges, in a format providing an opportunity for participants to network and explore potential partnerships, including working group sessions fostering collaborative insight on specific topics.
For more information about the event or to contact the presenters, please send an e-mail to email@example.com.
PRESENTATIONS (click on presentation title to download presentation):
Baylor College of Medicine (TCC Member):
Cristian Coarfa: Environmental Exposures and the Epigenome: The Writing is on the Wall
Shashikant Kulkarni: Quest for a Shortcut to Precision Omics
Olivier Lictharge: Omics Applications of Evolutionary Theory
Lynn Zechiedrich: After all the 'Omics: A New Solution
KBRWyle (TCC Member):
Zarana Patel: Omics Approaches for Space Radiation Risk Assessment in Astronauts
NASA Johnson Space Center (TCC Member):
Kate Rubins: Systems Biology Approaches for Spacecraft Environments - KEYNOTE
Sarah Wallace: Beyond DNA Sequencing in Space: Current and Future Omics Capabilities of the Biomolecule Sequencer Payload
National Institutes of Health/NIAID:
Carmen Rios: Predictive-omics: A NIAID Perspective
Sandia National Laboratories:
Scripps Research Institute:
Nathan Grubaugh: AstroPath: Virus Evolution and Diagnostics in Space
Stanford Medical School:
Ash Alizadeh: Circulating Tumor DNA Analysis for Personalized Cancer Detection and Monitoring
University of California, San Francisco, School of Medicine:
University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston:
Weill Cornell Medicine:
Daniela Bezdan: New Technologies and Methods for Sequencing on Earth and Space
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