NML to host Hands-On Bioinformatics Workshops

The Norris Medical Library Bioinformatics Service Program will host training workshops on the UCSC Genome Browser and ENCODE (the ENCyclopedia Of DNA Elements) on February 10 and February 11.  

Sponsored by the UCSC Bioinformatics Group and the Norris Medical Library Bioinformatics Service Program, Sessions 1-3 will offer a seminar and hands-on computer workshop on the Browser, a versatile sequence/data/annotation visualization and mining solution for 46 model organisms and Sessions 4 and 5 will introduce the ENCODE project, its background, data types and access from the UCSC Genome Browser.

Each session is identical and will be held in Aresty Auditorium on the Health Sciences Campus at the following times.

Session #1:         UCSC Genome Browser (Introductory and Advanced)
Time:                     9 am to noon, Thursday, Feb. 10, 2011

Session #2:         UCSC Genome Browser (Introductory and Advanced)
Time:                     1 pm to 4 pm, Thursday, Feb. 10, 2011

Session #3:         UCSC Genome Browser (Introductory and Advanced)
Time:                     9 am to noon, Friday, Feb. 11, 2011

Both sessions are identical and will be held in Aresty Auditorium on the Health Sciences Campus at the following times.

Session #4:         ENCODE data (human only) at UCSC Genome Browser
Time:                     4:15 pm to 5:15 pm, Thursday, Feb. 10, 2011

Session #5:         ENCODE data (human only) at UCSC Genome Browser
Time:                     1 pm to 2 pm, Friday, Feb. 11, 2011

Registration is mandatory.  Please follow the link below to submit your registration:
http://tinyurl.com/ucscgenomebrowser

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