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Our Genomic Future
Nesta, 2 July 2014
Tim Hubbard
King’s College London
Genomics England, Sanger Institute
Bioinformatics:
Challenges and Opportunities
Whole Genome Sequencing, Analysis
and Interpretation
Clinical
Interpretation
Variants
(VCF)
Candidate
Variants
Sequence
(B...
Whole Genome Sequencing, Analysis
and Interpretation
Clinical
Interpretation
Variants
(VCF)
Candidate
Variants
Sequence
(B...
Whole Genome Sequencing, Analysis
and Interpretation
Clinical
Interpretation
Variants
(VCF)
Candidate
Variants
Sequence
(B...
Research
Analysis
Genome Sequence Database
Whole Genome Sequencing, Analysis
and Interpretation
Clinical
Interpretation
Va...
Genome Sequence Database
Clinical
Action
Clinical
Apps
Decision
Support
Whole Genome Sequencing, Analysis
and Interpretati...
Summary
• Bioinformatics of Whole Genome Analysis is challenging
• Once infrastructure to handle genomic data is built, hu...
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  1. 1. Our Genomic Future Nesta, 2 July 2014 Tim Hubbard King’s College London Genomics England, Sanger Institute
  2. 2. Bioinformatics: Challenges and Opportunities
  3. 3. Whole Genome Sequencing, Analysis and Interpretation Clinical Interpretation Variants (VCF) Candidate Variants Sequence (BAM) Clinical Action Sample DNA
  4. 4. Whole Genome Sequencing, Analysis and Interpretation Clinical Interpretation Variants (VCF) Candidate Variants Sequence (BAM) Clinical Action Sample DNA Variants (VCF) Sequence (BAM) Sample DNA Variants (VCF) Sequence (BAM) Sample DNA Parents Rare Disease Diagnosis Comparison DB of Known Pathogenic Variants
  5. 5. Whole Genome Sequencing, Analysis and Interpretation Clinical Interpretation Variants (VCF) Candidate Variants Sequence (BAM) Clinical Action Sample DNA Variants (VCF) Sequence (BAM) Sample DNA Germ Line Cancer Diagnosis Comparison DB of Known Pathogenic Variants
  6. 6. Research Analysis Genome Sequence Database Whole Genome Sequencing, Analysis and Interpretation Clinical Interpretation Variants (VCF) Candidate Variants Sequence (BAM) Clinical Action Sample DNA DB of Known Pathogenic Variants
  7. 7. Genome Sequence Database Clinical Action Clinical Apps Decision Support Whole Genome Sequencing, Analysis and Interpretation NHS Electronic Health Record Clinical Interpretation Variants (VCF) Candidate Variants Sequence (BAM) Clinical Action Sample DNA
  8. 8. Summary • Bioinformatics of Whole Genome Analysis is challenging • Once infrastructure to handle genomic data is built, huge potential to carry out eDiagnostics against an individuals genome to improve treatment

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