On the 19th of January 2017, Generade will organize its first symposium to present all current applied research projects.
There will be an interesting program along the following five themes: metagenomics, museomics, genomics, transcriptomics and metabolomics. The scientific aspects of current and future projects of Generade and the Faculty Science & Technology, University of Applied Sciences Leiden will be presented. Also research projects in the context of the Generade Project Call will be presented during an interactive poster session.
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13:00 Registration (coffee/tea)
13h30 Opening remarks – Helma Kaptein, director Generade
13h40 Metagenomics – Willem van Leeuwen, Innovative Molecular Diagnostics “Gut Feeling”
14h05 Museomics – Barbara Gravendeel, Biodiversity “Unraveling the secrets of vanilla flavors”
14h30 Presentation projects Generade Call – Letty de Weger (LUMC) – “Pollen sampling using an innovative method for pollen quantification based on DNA technology”
14h45 Interactive poster session – 60 min (networking and refreshments)
15h45 Genomics – Christiaan Henkel, Bio-informatics “Nanopore sequencing of eels and tulips”
16h10 Transcriptomics – Peter Taschner, Genome-based Health “Genes on the move”
16h25 Metabolomics – Peter Lindenburg, Metabolomics “New techniques for metabolomics”
16h50 Closing – Patrick Pijnenburg, director Faculty Science & Technology, University of Applied Sciences Leiden