SNP-SIG: Identification and annotation of SNPs in the context of structure, function, and disease.


WHAT: A one-day special interest group meeting
WHEN: July 15th, 2011
WHERE: ISMB 2011 venue in Vienna, Austria

SNP-SIG 2011 Meeting Programme and Abstracts


The primary goal of the SNP-SIG is to outline and discuss the recent advances in the methodology for the annotation and analysis of genomic variation data.

Building upon the experience of other international workshops and meetings (e.g. AIMM2010, CAGI, HGVS 2010 and PSB2011) the SNP-SIG will serve to build a research network , facilitating the exchange of ideas and the establishment of new collaborations within the community. Thus, SNP-SIG will strive to meaningfully contribute to the management of the complexity of the analysis and evaluation of genetic variation.

We are interested in attracting submissions describing original work in all the fields of genomic variation research including, but not limited to "genomic variation in":

  • sequence analysis
  • protein structure and function
  • protein interactions and molecular networks
  • transcriptomics and gene regulation
  • disease models and epidemiology
  • population genomics and evolution
  • comparative genomics


    Databases, data mining algorithms and visualization tools for SNP analysis

    Methods for predicting structural/functional impacts of SNPs

    Personal Genomics, GWAS studies and SNP prioritization

    Population. genomics and phylogenetic analysis