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The Bioinformatics Users Group Meeting is open to everyone. Investigators that are currently performing or are planning to start studies using Bioinformatics are encouraged to attend. Please contact Tom Bair, PhD (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you have questions about the Bioinformatics Users Group. Meetings will be from 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm once a month. Lunch will be provided.
January 28: Learn How to Use Lasergene Genomics Suite - FlyerMarch 25: Andrew Thurman, PhD - "Statistical Methods in Imaging and Ecology"April 15: " Rob Edwards, PhD, San Diego State University - "Introducing CrAssphage: Discovering a virus that is present in half the people in the world!" April 2: Michael Chimenti, PhD - "Drug discovery against a challenging and dynamic target: the hexameric ATPase p97/VCP"September 23: Matthew Traxler, "Creating an RNA sequencing workflow for non-programmers"October 28: Michael Chimenti, PhD - "Faster RNA-Seq with Kallisto and Sleuth"
February 20: Hans Johnson - Flyer March 20: CancelledApril 30: MetaCore, Session 2 - FlyerMay 28: HGMD and Genome Trax: variant analysis for diagnostics and medical research - Flyer August 27: Survey of Online R and Bioinformatics Learning Resources, Dr. Tom Bair - Flyer September 24: Review of Data Scientist Toolbox and Prep for R Programming, Dr. Tom Bair - FlyerOctober 29: A"Non-Computer" Person's Viewpoint of Learning R with Ben Faga, Senior Application Developer, College of Engineering and Dr. Marie Breen, Postdoctoral Scholar, Department of Psychiatry - Flyer