The NM INBRE Annual Symposium will be held on Friday March 17th through Sunday March 19th, 2017. This meeting will feature presentations by each of the current NM-INBRE program scientific investigators, and associated poster sessions and workshops geared towards student participation
Delivered by Dr. Rodney Dyer
This course will run from 17th – 21st October 2016 at SCENE Field Station, Loch Lomond, Glasgow, Scotland.
If you are relatively new to BLAST, this might be a helpful tip.
Wondering how to make Circos plots for yourself for coparative ecology/genomic data?
MtMoran now has Circos plots loaded as part of the available modules.
For this and all available modules on Mt Moran, just type:
$ module avail
We re happy to offer tailored training for the INBRE community, however there are also other training opportunities that might suit individuals needs/schedules looking to improve their computational knowledge.
Please write if you have any questions.
Here is a set of course offerings near Baltimore:
Are you finding that you increasingly need to use open source tools to manipulate and analyze your data? Are you not a coding whiz? Are you also timid when it comes to configuring those tools and their dependencies (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dependency_hell)?
Well the folks at BioBuilds have a solution for you!
The INBRE bioinformatics core's mission is to increase UW's activity in computationally based biomedical research. The core is supporting research in several departments on campus, including Molecular Biology, Computer Science, Botany, and Chemistry through the acquisition and support of a variety of software and hardware tools. We are developing a Web-based bioinformatics "toolbox" that will provide computational power and storage for researchers, and we have hired a service scientist whose job it will be to work with various units on campus to support and develop research and educational resources in bioinformatics in these and other disciplines. We also support Internet-based videoconferencing systems that provide communications among the institutions involved in the national INBRE project.