TIC seminar series

The ANU Bioinformatics Consultancy (ABC) runs a Techniques in Computational genetics (TIC) seminar series. These are one-hour seminars on an aspect of computation research in a friendly, workshop-style atmosphere. Sign up for email announcements and reminders today.

Past events

23
Sep
2016
Speaker: Sebastian Kurscheid
Annette McGrath from CSIRO Data61 will give a short advert for the AB3ACBS 2016 conference.
09
Sep
2016
Speaker: Bob Buckley
The website for the Collaborative Cross mouse genetics project/resource provides genetic marker data for about 79 strains of mice mostly obtained from Mouse Universal Genotyping
02
Sep
2016
Speaker: Cameron Jack
1. A Flexible Sequence Analysis Pipeline Platform for non-Bioinformaticians (Cameron's demo-run talk for AGTA Conference, 15min)
26
Aug
2016
Speaker: Michael Roper
GWAS in micro-organisms is problematic due to the rapid rate of evolution.
19
Aug
2016
Speaker: Maurits Evers
Metagene analyses (MGA) can be useful for identifying global patterns from quantitative high throughput sequencing (HTS) data.
12
Aug
2016
Speakers: Timothy McIerney
Tara-Lyn Carter
Character Compatibility Analysis Part II: Investigating the causes of phylogenetic collapse in human mitochondria (Timothy McInerney )
05
Aug
2016
Speaker: Shaun Lehmann
Phylogenetic studies of mitochondrial genomes have played an important role in exploring human evolution, migration patterns, and the relationships between populations.
15
Jul
2016
Speaker: Reed A. Cartwright
Studying the process of de novo mutation from deep-sequencing of related samples is a difficult task.
01
Jul
2016
Speakers: Maja Adamska
Yicheng ZhuJustin BorevitzBen Kaehler
15 minutes presentations in random order:
17
Jun
2016
Speakers: Ben Kaehler
Gavin HuttleyDavid KainerClaire Anderson
The Tool Time! series will have the following short 15 minute presentations in random order:

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