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November 2017

12/6 wksp: RNA-seq

You MUST register for ALL of the following:

  • WHEN: December 6th, 1-4 pm
  • WHERE: Falk Library, Classroom 2
  • WHO: Ansuman Chattopadhyay, PhD
  • Massively parallel RNA sequencing, commonly known as RNA-seq, provides a more detailed picture of transcriptomes compared to microarray profiling.

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    PLOS Open Source Toolkit Channel

    The PLOS Open Source Toolkit Channel features a breadth of hardware and software articles and online projects that can be used in basic and applied research and/or science education settings across different fields.

    Channels integrate content from PLOS journals and the broader literature, supplemented by commentary, blogs and discussions.

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    Attention Postdocs!!!

    Greetings Postdocs! Is your CV in dire need of teaching experience, but you don’t have the time or opportunity to teach an entire course? Then this program is designed especially for you!

    The “How-To Talks by Postdocs” series provides a low-stakes, minimal time commitment opportunity for you to gain teaching experience for which you will receive constructive feedback, a letter of acknowledgement, and optional videotaping of your 1-hour “how-to” style session.

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    11/29: Path Analysis

    Pathway Analysis: NIH DAVID, IPA, KPA, & more
    by Ansuman Chattopadhyay, PhD

    Wednesday, 29th November 2017
    1-4 pm
    Falk Library Classroom 2 (upstairs)

    Registration is required for this workshop.

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    11/15 wksp: ChIP-seq

    You MUST register for ALL of the following:

  • WHEN: November 15th, 1-4 pm
  • WHERE: Falk Library, Classroom 2
  • WHO: Ansuman Chattopadhyay, PhD
  • This hands-on workshop will provide an introduction to chromatin profile (ATAC-seq/ChIP-seq) analysis using the library-licensed CLC Genomics Workbench.

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    Update on NCBI Hackathon @ Pitt

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