OpenHelix™ will present “World Tour of Genome Resources” on February 11, 2011 from 2:15 pm – 3:15 pm in the Aresty Auditorium on the USC Health Sciences Campus. The seminar will discuss the number and breadth of publicly available bioscience resources available to researchers. Examples of resources, organized by categories such as algorithms and analysis tools, expression resources, genome browsers (general, eukaryotic and prokaryotic/microbial), literature and text mining resources and others focused on nucleotides, proteins, pathways, disease and variation will be explored. The presentation will also address finding resources with the OpenHelix search interface, learning to use resources with OpenHelix tutorials, and additional methods of learning about resources.
- Tour of resources by category
- Finding the right resource using the OpenHelix search interface
- Learning to use resources with OpenHelix tutorials, site documentation, mailing lists, etc.
- Additional methods of discovering bioscience resources
Where: Aresty Auditorium, Health Science Campus
When: 2:15 pm to 3:15 pm, Fri., Feb. 11, 2011
Who should attend: Researchers interested in online bioscience resources and OpenHelix’s services
Pre-registration is required! Please follow the link below to submit your registration: