Below is a selection of past seminars, workshops, and presentations given by CCBB’s analysts.
12 - 1 pm
UC San Diego - BRF2-1104
This is a monthly lunch series featuring local bioinformaticians discussing their tools, research, software, coding, etc. Brian Tsui (Carter Lab) will give a talk titled “Skymap: Allelic read counts extracted from 250,000 human sequencing runs in Sequence Read Archive”. A light lunch will be provided.
4 pm - 6 pm
Join us for our first event in the bi-annual format: a holiday party! CCBB will provide a no-host bar (beer and wine) and light refreshments, so stop by and meet members of the UCSD bioinformatics community.
- Choosing the Right Strategy for Conducting a Microbiome Study by Amanda Birmingham (Symposium on the Human Microbiome at the University of Costa Rica – November 2016)
Enabling Reproducible Analysis of NGS Experiments through Automated Jupyter Pipelines by Amanda Birmingham (NGS Data Analysis & Informatics Conference in San Diego, CA – February 2017)
Microbiome 16S Analysis: A Quick-Start Guide by Amanda Birmingham (Host-microbe symbioses: from functional to ecological perspectives at the Gulbenkian Institute of Science, Oeiras, Portugal – July 2017)
- Can Jupyter Notebooks Serve Two Masters? by Amanda Birmingham (Reproducible Research and Interactive Education: Application of Jupyter Notebooks in San Diego, CA – April 2018)
- Cirrus-NGS: Cloud-optimized next generation sequencing primary analysis pipeline by Guorong Xu (BOSC 2018 in Portland, Oregon – June 2018)
- Choosing the Right Strategy for Conducting a Microbiome Study and Microbiome Analysis with QIIME2: A Hands-On Tutorial by Amanda Birmingham (Oslo University, Norway – June 2018)
- A network landscape of autism spectrum and other developmental disorders reveals shared molecular mechanism by Brin Rosenthal (ISMB 2018 in Chicago, Illinois – July 2018)
- QIIMP: Microbiome Metadata Made Easy and Microbiome Analysis with QIIME2: A Hands-On Tutorial by Amanda Birmingham (Bioinformatics: from Algorithms to Applications 2018 in St. Petersburg, Russia – July 2018)