Have an idea about an experiment, but aren’t sure about the analysis? Want to make use of Next Generation Sequencing technology but aren’t sure where to begin? Come along to our drop-in sessions, our friendly team of bioinformaticians are joined by representatives from the Statistical Consulting Unit, the Biomolecular Resource Facility and COMBINE.
These sessions alternate between The John Curtin School of Medical Research, room 2.037 (pass through the secure door, turn left, it'll be on your right as you get to the stairs) and the Gould Meeting Room in the Gould Building at the Research School of Biology. They are always from 2.30–3.30pm, preceding the Techniques In Computation genomics (TIC) seminar.
Seminars and resources for early career researchers
ABC’s Techniques In Computational (TIC) genomics seminars follow on from the drop-in sessions and provide information about the latest research in a friendly, workshop-style atmosphere.
The COMBINE Student and Early Career Researchers Bioinformatics Society provides resources for students an early career researchers working in the field of bioinformatics. They run training courses, social events and an annual symposium, as well as offering a variety of coding and computing resources.