Presentations with Videos

  • July 2018: UCLA Computational Genomics Summer Institute - "Computational approaches for understanding the noncoding human genome":

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  • July 2018: UCLA Computational Genomics Summer Institute - "Computational Epigenomic Approaches for Interpreting the Non-coding Human Genome":


  • July 2017: UCLA Computational Genomics Summer Institute - "Computational approaches for deciphering the non-coding human genome":


  • July 2017: Broad Stem Cell Center Elevator Speech - Shan Sabri:


  • April 2017: UCLA QCBio Symposium - "ConsHMM: Systematic Discovery and Single-Nucleotide Annotation of the Human Genome through Conservation States": - Adriana Sperlea:


  • March 2017: BIRS Meeting on Statistical and Computational Challenges in Large Scale Molecular Biology - "Systematic Discovery of Conservation States for Single-Nucleotide Annotation of the Human Genome":


  • July 2016: UCLA Computational Genomics Summer Institute - "Deciphering the Non-coding Human Genome":


  • August 2016: UCLA Computational Genomics Summer Institute - "Epigenome Imputation":


  • August 2016: UCLA Computational Genomics Summer Institute - "Functional Genomics Time-series Analysis":


  • June 2016: ENCODE Users Meeting Workshop - "ChromHMM Tutorial":


  • June 2016: UCLA QCBio Symposium - "Exploring the Genome with ChromHMM":


  • May 2016: Broad Stem Cell Center Elevator Speech - Petko Fiziev:


  • October 2015: American Society Human Genetics Meeting - ENCODE/Roadmap Epigenomics Workshop - "ChromHMM Tutorial":


  • June 2015: Systems Biology Analysis Methods for Genomic Data Workshop at UCLA - "Discovering Epigenomics Signatures for Interpreting the Non-coding Human Genome":


  • June 2015: Systems Biology Analysis Methods for Genomic Data Workshop at UCLA - "Tutorial on Using ChromHMM Software and Existing Annotations":


  • July 2015: Systems Biology Analysis Methods for Genomic Data Workshop at UCLA - "Analyzing and Modeling Time Series Gene Expression with STEM and DREM":