17:00-20:00 Informal Evening reception at Center Canteen


9:00 Magnus/Eran Introduction
9:10 Rasmus Nielsen Natural Selection and Genetic Architecture
9:50 Coffee Break
10:10 Noah Zaitlen The Reverse GWAS: Using Genetics to Identify and Model Phenotypic Subtypes
10:50 Coffee Break
11:20 Amelie Baud The extended path from genotype to phenotype: social genetic effects on physiological, morphological and behavioral phenotypes
12:00 Lunch
14:00 Hua Tang Harmonizing genetic ancestry and self-identified race/ethnicity (HARE) for genome-wide association study
14:40 Coffee Break
15:10 Saharon Rossett Making Public Databases Infinitely Useful: Challenges and Solutions
15:50 Coffee Break
16:20 Jonathan Marchini GWAS with many enviromental variables
17:00- Discussions + dinner at EBC


9:10 Richard Mott Structural Variation and Major Depression/Genotype Encryption/Dominance
9:50 Coffee Break
10:10 Naomi Wray Genetics of common disease sounds suitably general?
10:50 Coffee Break
11:20 Itsik Pe'er Variational inference for time series population dynamics data
12:00 Lunch
14:00 Eleazar Eskin Finding causal variants in association studies
14:40 Coffee Break
15:10 Dan Benjamin How do within-family effect sizes of SNPs compare to between-family effect sizes? The case of educational attainment
15:50 Coffee Break
16:20 Anna Sapfo Malaspinas TBA
19:30 Dinner at La Grotta (VIA ROMA 37)


9:10 Barbara Engelhardt Methods to design single cell RNA-sequencing experiments
9:50 Coffee Break
10:10 Bogdan Pasaniuc Leveraging molecular phenotypes to identify subtypes of complex traits
10:50 Coffee Break
11:10 Peter Visscher Assortative mating revisited
11:50 Lunch
13:20 Chiara Sabatti Controlling FDR while sorting through discoveries
14:00 Coffee Break
14:20 Jonathan Flint The trouble with phenotyping
15:00-22:00 Wine tasting tour + dinner at Borgo Conde


9:10 Shamil Sunyaev Statistics and Biology of Mutations
9:50 Coffee Break
10:10 Alexis Battle Analysis of time series in genomics
10:50 Coffee Break
11:20 Sriram Sankararaman Scalable probabilistic inference for Biobank-scale data
12:00 Lunch
13:45 Guy Sella A population genetic interpretation of GWAS findings in humans
14:25 Coffee Break
14:50 Jackie Han Inferring aging and its intervention networks from big data
15:30 Coffee Break
16:00 Richard Durbin Progress and challenges in de novo whole genome assembly with new long range data
16:50- A tour inside the castle
19:30- Dinner at Ca de Be


9:10 Oliver Stegle Models and approaches for mapping genotype environment interactions
9:50 Coffee Break
10:10 Alexander Young Relatedness disequilibrium regression estimates heritability without environmental bias
10:50 Coffee Break
11:20 Malgorzata Bogdan Mixed model approach to remove ghost QTL in experimental crosses
12:00 Magnus/Eran Commenti finali + lunch at the castle