Genetics, Bioinformatics and Systems Biology Colloquium
Thursdays, 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
UC San Diego, Powell-Focht Bioengineering Hall, Fung Auditorium
Complete schedule here
New: SDBUS has been re-launched as the San Diego Bioinformatics Network. Information about the new event series can be found here.
San Diego Bioinformatics Users Series (SDBUS) is a joint collaboration between the Center for Computational Biology & Bioinformatics (CCBB) and the San Diego Center for Systems Biology (SDCSB). Our goal is to create a dynamic environment where faculty members, postdoctoral fellows, graduate students, industry leaders and anyone in the San Diego bioinformatics community are welcome to host lectures, workshops, and network with each other on a monthly basis. Talks are always free and we ask that presenters focus on hands-on applications such as tools, coding, or anything that fosters audience participation. All events take place in BRF2-2A03 from 4- 6 pm. Please subscribe to our listserv to be notified of upcoming events and check out our past events here.
Schedule of events:
August 2016 – MMTF – High throughput 3D structure analysis and visualization by Anthony Bradley, Yana Valasatava, and Alexander Rose from the San Diego Supercomputer Center and the RCSB PDB
May 2016 – Immune DNA signature of T-cell infiltration in breast tumor exomes by Oliver Harismendy from the Oncogenomics laboratory at UC San Diego’s Moores Cancer Center
March 2016 – Geneli.st: a full-text search engine indexed on cancer network modules of gene, conditions, authors, and drugs by Aaron Gary and Guorong Xu from the Center for Computational Biology & Bioinformatics at UC San Diego
February 2016 – NDEx v1.3 – Collaborating and Publishing Biological Networks using CX, Applications and Services by Dexter Pratt from the NDEx Project at UC San Diego
January 2016 – Clustering and visualization in large gene-gene networks by Brin Rosenthal from the Center for Computational Biology & Bioinformatics at UC San Diego
December 2015 – Mark2Cure: Structured heaps among brick & mortar by Max Nanis from the Su Lab at The Scripps Research Institute
November 2015 – Tools and Methods for Integrative Genomics Analysis and Visualization by Michael Reich from the Mesirov Lab at UC San Diego
October 2015 – Occam’s Razor built in: Regularization and high dimensional data by Daniel Carlin from the NDEx Project at UC San Diego
September 2015 – CLIP-seq analysis techniques by Gabriel Pratt from the Yeo Lab at UC San Diego
August 2015 – Cytoscape Cyberinfrastructure – Leveraging Microservices to the Cloud and Beyond by Barry Demchak from the Ideker Lab and Cytoscape at UC San Diego
July 2015 – Some like it hot: analyzing gradients in the microbiome of thermal springs, presented by Amanda Birmingham from CCBB at UC San Diego
June 2015 – Lessons learnt from a semi-large RNA-seq study of whole blood (a US Army PTSD study) by Roman Sasik from CCBB at UC San Diego
May 2015 – The joys of bioinformatic consulting and group variant calling for population genetics and personalized genomic medicine by Tristan Carland from The Scripps Research Institute and PersImmune Inc.
April 2015 – Open-source software for single-cell and other large-scale transcriptomic datasets by Olga Botvinnik from the Yeo Lab at UC San Diego
March 2015 – Integrating multiple ‘omics layers for pathway discovery: A blessing or a curse? by Phillip Jaeger from the Ideker Lab at UC San Diego
February 2015 – Big Data-Driven Networks – How to Mine a Quarter Trillion Edges by James Thornbrue from CCBB at UC San Diego
January 2015 – The NDEx Provenance History Mechanism by Dexter Pratt from the Ideker Lab and NDEx Project at UC San Diego
December 2014 – Developing transparent data analysis workflows for cancer ‘omics by Andy Gross from the Ideker Lab at UC San Diego
November 2014 – MyGene.info: gene annotation query as a service by Chunlei Wu from the Su Lab at The Scripps Research Institute
October 2014 –Developing a Community-based Framework for Next Generation Sequencing Analyses by Kathleen Fisch from CCBB of UC San Diego
September 2014 – Introduction to SDBUS by Aaron Chang of CCBB and Jason Kreisberg of SDCSB, both from UC San Diego
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Questions about attending or speaking at SDBUS? Contact Jennifer Beaudette (jbeaudette @ ucsd . edu)