Techniques in Computational genomics

The Techniques in Computational genomics (TIC) meetings are aimed at fostering interactions among computational genomic researchers of all levels from across Canberra.

The TIC meetings operate as a forum for scientists conducting computational work on genomic / genetic data. They are attended by a core group of experienced computational scientists from JCSMR, RSB, and CSIRO, and include events run by:

- and more.

An important objective is to stimulate interchanges on technical approaches to genomic analyses between highly skilled computational researchers and established or budding bioinformaticians.

  • View our events on our events calendar.
  • Click on each event to download an ics (see icon adjacent to the date/time).
  • Contact Gavin Huttley to be added to the TIC mailing list.
  • Contact Marcin Adamski to be added to the CBBU workshops mailing list.

Past events

15
Jul
2016
Speaker: Reed A. Cartwright, Arizona State University
Studying the process of de novo mutation from deep-sequencing of related samples is a difficult task.
30
May
2016
Speaker: Software carpentry instructors from RSB
Workshops in bioinformatics and statistics
17
May
2016
Speaker: Teresa Neeman, from the ANU Statistical Consulting Unit
This workshop will be run in the form of five 2-hour long sessions. There will be two sessions per week starting from mid-May.
11
Apr
2016
Speaker: Software and Data Carpentry Instructors from RSB and invited
Workshops in bioinformatics and statistics

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