The presentation below was filmed during the May 2020 ENCODE Data Utilization workshop, part of the BroadE Workshop series.
The ENCODE project is building a comprehensive parts list of functional elements in the human genome, and mapping the regulatory mechanisms that control gene expression. ENCODE consists of ~15,000 curated datasets, and continues to grow.
This quick introduction explains the goals of the ENCODE project as well as our workshop.
Speaker: Nina Farrell, Project Manager I, Epigenomics Program, Broad Institute