What's New @ HSLS MolBio

February 21: Transcriptome Analysis – From GEO Data Mining to Submission

Wednesday, February 21, 2024, 1-4 p.m.
Hybrid Session: Attend online via Zoom or in person in the Falk Library Classroom
Register for Transcriptome Analysis – From GEO Data Mining to Submission

A workshop designed to equip participants with essential skills in locating and analyzing gene expression studies using the Gene Expression Omnibus (GEO) repository.

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February 27: Data Wrangling in R

Tuesday, February 27, 2024, 1-2:30 p.m.
Register for Data Wrangling in R

This is a flipped class covering the more advanced topics in R programming for data analysis and the second part of a three-part series: Introduction to R; Data Wrangling in R, and Data Visualization in R.

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Spring Workshops: All of Us Researcher Workbench

This spring, as a part of our efforts to empower researchers to utilize the All of Us Researcher Workbench, we are offering five workshop sessions focused on this platform. Join us for one or more session to learn about working with datasets in the All of Us Research Program.

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Spring MBIS Class Schedule

This season’s lineup offers a diverse range of contemporary bioinformatics topics, introductory classes in R programming, and a series focused on data analysis using the All of Us Researcher Workbench. When you register, you will receive links to workshop materials.

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Spring 2024 CRC Bioinformatics Workshops

We continuously organize basic and advanced workshops on a wide range of bioinformatics topics. These workshops are designed to address practical issues often encountered in bioinformatics work. They are designed to help users understand and work with the CRC clusters.

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Webinar: Accelerate Target Discovery with Illumina’s Correlation Engine

Research scientists are challenged by the need to put their private omics data into biological context with public data. This analysis requires time-consuming literature-based searches and manual comparison with open-source datasets of variable quality. Illumina’s Correlation Engine is an interactive omics knowledgebase that puts private data in biological context with highly curated public data in a comprehensive and easy to use platform.

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