ENCODE 2016 – Research Applications and Users Meeting


June 8th – 10th, 2016
Li Ka Shing Center – Stanford University

  • Hands-on training workshops to learn to navigate, analyze, and integrate ENCODE and mouse        ENCODE data into your research.  No programming experience required.
  • Leading-edge research applications from distinguished invited speakers.
  • Tutorials on newly-available informatics pipelines that greatly facilitate working with ENCODE data.
  • Short talks selected from abstracts.
  • Poster sessions


  • Viewing, querying, and downloading ENCODE data
  • Running ENCODE processing pipelines on your own data (including ChIP-seq, eCLIP-seq, RNA-seq, DNase-seq, DNA methylation)
  • Integrating ENCODE data with those from your lab or other major projects
  • Using ENCODE data to interpret human variation, personal genomes, and disease (including cancer)     genomes
  • Connecting regulatory elements to their target genes across the genome
  • Integrative analysis

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