Complete Genomics and Bionimbus Cloud Computing Seminar Series and Data Analysis Workshop

Speaker

Steve Lincoln

Date

April 21, 2011, 10:30 am – 6:00 pm

Location

Prentice Women’s Hospital, Room L North (3rd Floor)
250 E. Superior St., Chicago IL 60611

Description

Complete Genomics and Bionimbus Cloud Computing Seminar Series and Data Analysis Workshop
Northwestern Medical School
April 21st, 2011

 

Whole Genome Sequencing Seminars

Time: 9:30am-12:00pm Room: Prentice Women’s Hospital, Room L North (3rd Floor), 250 E. Superior St., Chicago IL 60611

Applications of Large Scale Whole Human Genome Sequencing

Presenter: Dr. Steve Lincoln

Vice President of Scientific Applications

Complete Genomics Inc.

Cloud Sequencing: A Quick Introduction to Managing, Analyzing, and Sharing Next Generation Sequence Data with Bionimbus

Presenter: Dr. Robert Grossman

Director of Informatics, Institute for Genomics and Systems Biology

Introduction to Fundamentals of Complete Genomics Data Workshop

Presenter: Complete Genomics Scientific Applications Team. (Limited Attendance-contact Dr. Lin at Northwestern University Biomedical Informatics Center, s-lin2@northwestern.edu to register)

Time: 1:00pm-5:00pm

Room: Computer Training Room, Galter Health Sciences Library, 303 E. Chicago Avenue, Chicago, IL 60611

Program is intended for users who have general hands-on bioinformatics skills and a working knowledge of genomics and genetics. This session reviews the methodology used by Complete Genomics’ assembly and analysis pipeline, and provides detailed descriptions of the data results to customers.

For more information please contact: Kurt Heidrich, Midwest Regional Sales Manager, (314) 799 5146, kheidrich@completgenomics.com

 

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