A wave of technologies transformed sequencing over a decade ago into the high-throughput era, demanding research in new computational methods to analyze this data. The applications of sequencing have continually expanded. The Ninth RECOMB Satellite Workshop on Massively Parallel Sequencing (RECOMB-Seq) brings together leading researchers in computational genomics and genomic biology to discuss emerging frontiers in algorithm development for massively parallel sequencing data. The emphasis of all contributed work will be on applying statistical and algorithmic approaches to improve sequence data management, analysis, and interpretation.
RECOMB-SEQ 2019 was held in The George Washington University on May, 3th through 4th of 2019.