The University of Cincinnati Libraries Research and Data Services Group is sponsoring
University of California Santa Cruz Genome Browser Training
UCSC Genome Browser Website: https://genome.ucsc.edu/
Morning Sessions (October 30th and 31st 9am – Noon)
October 30th MSB 5051 9am-noon and October 31st MSB 7051 9am-noon
1-4pm October 30th and 31st HSL Troup Learning Center
Robert Kuhn, Your Trainer
Robert Kuhn received his PhD at the University of California, Santa Barbara in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, where he studied the centromeres of yeast. Following a postdoctoral at UC Berkeley/USDA Plant Gene Expression Center, he taught biochemistry, molecular biology and genetics at UC Santa Cruz. He joined the UCSC Genome Browser project in 2003, where he is now Associate Director, with a particular interest in clinical genetics. The Genome Browser is a widely used genomics tool giving access to the genomes of human and more than one hundred other animals. Dr. Kuhn’s responsibilities include identifying important datasets for inclusion into the Browser, enabling researchers through teaching the Genome Browser in workshops and seminars and learning from them how to improve the Browser.
Registration for the training is via WebEx, but you can attend the morning sessions in person or virtually.
*Afternoon attendance is limited to in person only*
Day1 Registration: https://bit.ly/2x7WVVk
Day 2 Registration: https://bit.ly/2OdEBS1
Afternoon Session Registration: https://webapps2.uc.edu/ce/HSL/Workshops
Please be sure to bring your own device.
Questions? Please contact Tiffany J. Grant, PhD