The Bioinformatics Support Unit runs a technical meeting series, with talks on Tuesdays at 11am. Most weeks, the talk is given by a member of the BSU, but we are always open to guest contributions from other researchers.
The talks are intended to be technical in nature, and so it is likely that the meeting series will be of most interest to practising bioinformaticians and computational biologists.
Technical Meetings TimetableTechnical Meetings Timetable
|26/09/2017||Simon Cockell||MED.L2.4||Rocket - Newcastle University High Performance Computing Service|
|03/10/2017||Rachel Queen||MED.L5.5||CyTOF data analysis and other things|
|31/10/2017||Andrew Skelton||MED.L2.5||Variant Analysis from beginning to end|
|07/11/2017||ROUND TABLE||MED.L2.5||12-1, BSU only|
|28/11/2017||-||No meeting - BSU training course|
We hold drop-in sessions throughout the year. These sessions are for any researcher interested in finding out about opportunities for collaborative activity and involving bioinformatics solutions in new investigations.
It is also an opportunity to meet the Bioinformatics Support Unit staff who know a lot about informatics tools and their use as part of research project activity.
Drop-in Session DatesDrop-in Session Dates
09 November 2017, 14.00 to 16.00, FMS Ridley Atrium
24 January 2018, 14.00 to 16.00, ICfL – West Wing - Ground Floor Breakout Room
15 March 2018, 14.00 to 16.00, Devonshire Room G27
17 May 2018, 14.00 to 16.00, FMS Ridley Atrium
Practicalities of 'Omics 2018
Tuesday 20 March 2018, David Shaw Lecture Theatre
This year, the annual Scientific Facilities Conference returns to the subject of 'omics, and is organised by the Bioinformatics Support Unit, the Genomics Core Facility, NUPPA and the High Throughput Screening Facility.
Visit the website for full details.