From the NHGRI website:
In November 2011, The Cancer Genome Atlas (TCGA) Research Network held its first open scientific symposium in Washington, D.C. TCGA researchers and outside investigators from around the world presented results on the use of TCGA data to make biological discoveries about cancer. The two-day meeting included lectures, collaborative workshops and poster sessions. The lectures are made freely available here and on NHGRI's YouTube channel, GenomeTV.
The National Cancer Institute (NCI) and the National Human Genome Research Institute (NHGRI), two of the National Institutes of Health's 27 institutes and centers, jointly fund TCGA to use genome analysis technologies, including large-scale genome sequencing, to accelerate the understanding of the molecular basis of cancer.
Some specific talks selected for their bioinformatics content:
Predicting Patient Outcomes With Chained Biological Concept Classifiers
Multi-Cancer Mutual Exclusivity Analysis of Genomic Alterations
Integrate Analysis and Interactive Exploration of Data from TCGA
Absolute Quantification of Somatic DNA Alterations in Cancer Reveals Frequent Genome Doublings in Human Cancers
Algorithms for Automated Discovery of Mutated Pathways in Cancer
An Integrated View Into Multivariate Associations Inferred From TCGA Cancer Data
Patient-Specific Pathway Analysis Using PARADIGM Identifies Key Activities in Multiple Cancers
Large-Scale Cancer Genomics Data Analysis
RF-ACE for Uncovering Nonlinear Associations From Heterogeneous Cancer Data
Uncovering the Pseudo-Subclonal Structure of Tumor Sample With Copy Number Variation Analysis of Next-Generation Sequencing Data
Comparison and Validation of Somatic Mutation Callers