Ensembl Workshop

This 1,5 days’ workshop offers participants the possibility of gaining lots of hands-on experience in the use of the Ensembl genome browser but also provides them with the necessary background information. The workshop is primarily targeted at wetlab researchers. An…

MGC Course ‘Technology Facilities’

The course will deal with four topics: Day 1 – Genomics and Transcriptomics Organizers: Dr. W. van IJcken, Erasmus MC, Rotterdam, and Dr. H.P.J. Buermans, and Prof. Dr. J. den Dunnen, LUMC, Leiden Day 2 – Proteomics Organizers: Dr. J.…

Galaxy for NGS

The course will focus on using the Galaxy platform (http://galaxyproject.org/) to analyse data from DNAseq and RNAseq experiments and provide the scientist a platform to communicate the output of an analysis back to the research team using iReport in Galaxy.…

ELIXIR Galaxy Developer Workshop

During this 4 day course, attendees will learn how to integrate high-quality tools and visualisations into Galaxy using best practice guidelines and finally how to deploy them. The last day will be spent to learn how to configure a production ready…

e-Science: Computing for Biomedical Research

Have you ever thought that your computer has become too small for your data processing needs? Do you feel overflowed by a tsunami of data? Do you have the impression that you spend more time arranging computers to run data…

Workshop NGS in de microbiologie diagnostiek

Wordt NGS de PCR van morgen? Wat zijn de uitdagingen bij de introductie van deze techniek op microbiologisch (diagnostisch) laboratoria? Op woensdag 7 december organiseren BaseClear, CBD Hogeschool Leiden en Generade een workshop op het raakvlak van de NGS en…

Bayes in Action

A training program geared to quickly master a new, essential competence. Bayesian statistics yields a better model by utilizing our prior knowledge. Bayes in Action is a training program geared to quickly master this competence. The topics are: what is your model?…

Comparative genomics: from evolution to function (3nd edition)

Comparative genomics between species and between types of data facilitates the understanding of what these data really reflect about the underlying processes. Comparative genomics therewith relies on a solid understanding of basic elements of Bioinformatics like homology and orthology. Moreover…

SNP Course XIII: SNPs and Human Diseases

Introduction: The analysis of DNA variations, including Single Nucleotide Polymorphisms (SNPs), is a standard research approach to understand causes of disease, in particular the so-called “complex” diseases such as diabetes, osteoporosis, cancer, Alzheimer disease, etc. The field is changing fast with…

SURF Research Boot Camp

Have you ever wondered how ICT can boost your research? This is your chance to start something new and exciting! SURF & partners and TU Delft are proud to announce the next SURF Research Boot Camp. Participate in hands-on workshops:…

Page 1 of 1812345...10...Last »