We meet the first Monday of the month from 12 pm – 1 pm at BRF2-1104 (UCSD – School of Medicine Campus – Biomedical Research Facilities 2 building).


CCBB’s Bioinformatics Seminar series is a monthly lunch series featuring local bioinformaticians discussing their tools, research, software, coding, etc. A light lunch will be provided.

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Upcoming Events:

January 7, 2019: Katie Fisch (CCBB) will be presenting project highlights from the CCBB, focusing on the computational methods employed, such as differential RNA editing, single cell RNAseq, network analysis, proteomics and whole genome variant analysis.

February 4, 2019: Trey Ideker (Ideker Lab) will give a talk, title TBD

March 4, 2019: Nathan Lewis (Lewis Lab) will give a talk, title TBD

April 1, 2019: Pejman Mohammadi (Integrative Structural and Computational Biology, Scripps Research) will give a talk, title TBD

May 6, 2019: TBD

June 3, 2019: TBD


Past Events:

February 5, 2018: Dr. Sylvain Costes (NASA Ames Research Center) will give a talk on NASA’s GeneLab Data System

March 5, 2018: Michael Reich (Mesirov Lab) will give a talk on GenePattern software

April 2, 2018: Barry Demchak (Ideker Lab) will give a talk on Cytoscape software

May 7, 2018: Hannah Carter (Carter Lab) will give a talk titled “Are tumors predictable? Inherited genetic variation constrains tumor evolution

June – September 2018: No seminar series over summer break

October 1, 2018: Rebecca Colman (Rodwell Lab) will give a talk on “Aligner choice and the effect on rare variant detection capability”

November 5, 2018: Dexter Pratt (The NDEx Project) will give a talk on “Network Workflows with NDEx and Cytoscape”

December 3, 2018: Brian Tsui (Carter Lab) will give a talk titled “Skymap: Allelic read counts extracted from 250,000 human sequencing runs in Sequence Read Archive”

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