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NGS in DNA Diagnostics Course

VKGL/VKGN ‘NGS in DNA diagnostics’ is a course aimed at Genomic Resequencing in a Medical Diagnostic Context, i.e to apply Next Generation Sequencing data as diagnostic tool in the hospital. Lectures will be accompanied with hands-on exploration. Program (preliminary) Day 1 consists of an introduction to NGS techniques followed by specialised lectures on sample preparation, enrichment technologies and read mapping.… Continue reading

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. In 2017 we will add a 3rd day on metagenomics analysis. This training of is aimed at giving the clinical… Continue reading

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 de introductie van deze techniek op een microbiologisch (diagnostisch) laboratorium. Target audience: De interactieve workshop is gericht op leidinggevenden van moleculair… Continue reading

GENALICE expands its NGS secondary data analysis suite with important functionality for better diagnosis of oncology patients

At the opening of the Annual Meeting of the American Society of Human Genetics, DTL partner GENALICE announced the release of a new version (V2.4.0) of its Next-Generation Sequencing (NGS) secondary data analysis suite, GENALICE MAP. The key component of this release is the Somatic Calling module, with impressive performance and best-in-class quality results. Somatic Calling is used for molecular diagnosis… Continue reading

ECCB 2016 proceedings are online

All proceedings of the 15th European Conference on Computational Biology (ECCB 2016) are now available in the supplement of the Oxford Journal Bioinformatics  (Volume 32, issue 17, September 1, 2016). ECCB 2016 will take place on 3-7 September 2016. The conference is organised by DTL, the BioSB research school, and ELIXIR, in association with the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam and Delft University of Technology. Click on… Continue reading

DTL programmers meetings evaluated

DTL organises programmers meetings five times a year, allowing scientific programmers from various life science domains to exchange experiences. Recently, DTL performed a survey to evaluate whether these meetings are appreciated and what we could change to improve them. Rob Hooft, organiser of the programmers meetings: “The programmers meetings are open to anyone, whether you are working at a DTL… Continue reading

NGS: RNA-seq data analysis

  The BioSB research school and partner LUMC are organizing a 3-day course on RNA-seq data analysis from September 26-28, 2016. This is an advanced course for people with experience in NGS. The course will consist of seminars and hands-on command line, Galaxy and R practicals and will cover the analysis pipelines for differential transcript expression and variant calling. Examples… Continue reading

Meetings

Here you can find links to the documents of meetings of the DTL Partner Advisory Committee: PAC meeting June 10, 2016 PAC meeting November 25, 2016  

NGS in DNA Diagnostics Course

Introduction VKGL/VKGN ‘NGS in DNA diagnostics’ is a course aimed at Genomic Resequencing in a Medical Diagnostic Context, i.e to apply Next Generation Sequencing data as diagnostic tool in the hospital. Lectures will be accompanied with hands-on exploration. Program Outline (preliminary) Day 1 consists of an introduction to NGS techniques followed by specialised lectures on sample preparation, enrichment technologies and… Continue reading

Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) Data Analysis

This course aims at PhD students, postdocs, and senior researchers who are interested in, planning, or already working with next-generation sequencing. We welcome researchers from both the genomics and bioinformatics fields. Currently available technologies as well as hardware and software solutions will be presented and discussed. The focus of the course will be on the data and ways to analyse… Continue reading
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