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What is the VEPTC?

Since the 1st VEPTC Course in 2016, The Human Variome Project has held yearly training courses in Variant Effect Prediction as part of its mission to build capacity in the practice of responsible genomics and contribute to improving global health outcomes. The Human Variome Project focusses on increasing both the quality and quantity of genomic knowledge that is collected, curated, interpreted and shared for clinical practice. 

The course will be a mix of theory and practice presented by invited expert speakers. Practical sessions will be a mix of academic and commercial demonstrations giving course participants hands-on experience with computational analysis tools.
 

Who is the Course for?

Expected Participants are people working in a DNA laboratory including clinical diagnostic labs involved in DNA sequencing data analysis.

Expected knowledge - basic knowledge of molecular biology (DNA, RNA, protein), molecular biology lab technologies (esp. sequencing) and (human) genetics.

Participants are Expected to bring thier own laptop.

The language of instruction will be ENGLISH. There will be no translation service.

Scientific Program Committee

  • Johan T. den Dunnen (LUMC, Leiden, Netherlands) Chair
  • Alexandr Polyakov (Moscow, Russian Fed.) Local Org.
  • Oleg Gusev (KFU, Riken, Japan)
  • Andreas Laner (MGZ, Munich, Germany)
  • Ales Maver (UMC, Ljublijana, Slovenia)

Meet some of our Speakers

Benet-Pages, Anna

Head of Research and Development, Medical Genetics Centre (MGZ), Munich
Anna is head of the Development and Technology Transfer department at the Munich Medical... More

den Dunnen, Johan T.

Head, Leiden Genome Technology Center, Human & Clinical Genetics, Leiden University Medical Center
Johan den Dunnen studied biology at the Catholic University Nijmegen (Nederland). In the same... More

Kuhn, Robert

Associate Director, UCSC Genome Browser, UC Santa Cruz Genomics Institute, Santa Cruz, CA, USA
Associate Director UCSC Genome Browser UC Santa Cruz Genomics Institute, Santa Cruz, CA, USA... More

Laner, Andreas

Head of Genomics Program, Medical Genetics Centre, Munich
Andreas Laner, PhD Head of Genomics Program Areas of Specialization Genetics of hereditary... More

Polyakov, Alexander V.

Head of DNA diagnostics laboratory, Institute Research Center for Medical Genetics
Title Prof., D. Sc. Institute Research Center for Medical Genetics Address Moskvorechie 1,... More

Download the VEPTC overview

Why you should attend?

Come to VEPTC 2019 in Moscow and you will:

  • LEARN from distinguished speakers in Plenary & hands-on workshops.

  • GAIN valuable insights about the best tools for variant interpretation.

  • HEAR from THE variant nomenclature expert Johan T. den Dunnen.

  • DISCUSS difficult to classify variants using ACMG recommendations.

  • FIND OUT how to give correct phenotype using HPO.

  • GROW as an individual in your profession as you learn about the various tools available to you.

  • MEET and CONNECT with distinguished human geneticists.

  • DISCOVER the latest technologies and tools from leading technology companies. 

Who should attend?

  • Molecular geneticists

  • Clinical geneticists

  • Genetics researchers

  • Molecular diagnostics labs

  • Data analysts

  • Medical specialists with interests in genomics

  • anyone interpreting DNA variants on a regular basis

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