Nanopore Sequencing: From Genomes to Proteomes (In-Person Registration)

Location: Northeastern University, Boston MA

northeastern university logoThe focus of this in-person event will be on the development and use of biopolymer sequencing technologies using nanopores (protein, synthetic, etc.). Topics will include recent advances from labs within the NHGRI Genome Technology Program, the latest information on DNA/RNA sequencing accuracies, read-lengths, modified nucleotide detection, protein sequencing strategies, new innovations in nanopore sensing, etc. Attendance by PIs, lab members, and especially trainees, is encouraged.


Please contact the event organizer for more information

May 09 - 11


Health & Safety Information

Northeastern University Events Protocol

It is the responsibility of the Event Host to share current protocols and requirements with event attendees. 

Masks: All attendees, staff, and vendors are required to wear a face mask when indoors on campus, regardless of vaccination status. Speakers who are presenting or teaching may remove their masks when presenting or teaching. Because people will need to remove their masks when they eat or drink, it is important to limit eating and drinking to designated areas. Masks should only be taken off when seated in order to eat or drink. Masks must be worn when traveling indoors (for instance while carrying food or beverages to a table). Avoid eating anywhere within the path of travel indoors (lobbies, corridors, etc.). 

Proof of vaccination or negative test: All external visitors aged 12 and older who attend campus indoor events, including indoor athletics events, are required to present proof of full vaccination (including a booster shot) or provide proof of a negative COVID-19 test result within 72 hours of the event. 

Proof of Vaccination 

  • Either the original vaccination card or printed or digital documentation providing proof of being fully immunized (including a booster shot), and  
  • For those 18 and over, a matching photo identification card in the same name as the COVID-19 vaccination card (state issued driver’s license, state-issued ID card, or passport)

Negative COVID-19 Test 

  • Either a printed or digital PDF of a negative COVID-19 test result within 72 hours of your campus arrival 
  • A negative PCR/molecular test or a negative rapid/antigen test administered by a healthcare professional that includes their name and the date of the test as proof. Self-administered at-home rapid/antigen tests will not be accepted. 

*Those 11 years old and under are not required to provide proof of vaccination or a negative test result. Please see the Visitors Protocol for additional information on which visitors are required to submit proof of vaccination.   

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