AMSI BioInfoSummer 2019

Name:AMSI BioInfoSummer 2019
Calendar:Conferences & meetings
When:Mon, December 2, 2019 - Fri, December 6, 2019
Description:

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AMSI BioInfoSummer 2019

Dates: 2–6 December 2019
Venue: Charles Perkins Centre, The University of Sydney

Running over five days, AMSI BioInfoSummer gives attendees the opportunity to be involved at every level. The program includes hands-on introductory levels for beginners through to specialist lectures from international speakers and Australia’s top mathematical scientists. Develop your bioinformatics skills, national networks and employability!

The themes of the 2019 conference are:

  • Epigenetics/genomics
  • Single cell omics
  • Mass spec analytics
  • BioCAsia/precision medicine

Spend a week in December exploring current research and developments in epigenetics/genomics, single cell omics, mass spec analytics and precision medicine at AMSI BioInfoSummer 2019. This 5-day bioinformatics conference includes hands-on workshops, specialist lectures from international speakers, presentations from some of Australia’s top mathematical scientists and exciting networking events.

Plus learn how statistical methods and concepts are being used to tackle current challenges as Harvard’s Professor Rafael Irizarry discusses examples from his research in genomics and estimating the effect of Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico at the FREE evening Public Lecture.

Invited speakers:

Workshops

  • Biology in the metaverse – a Virtual Reality tour
  • Enter the tidyverse with R and RStudio (Part A)
  • Open data resources for human genomics research
  • 3D Genomics and Long-range Gene Regulations
  • Pitfalls and roadblocks in single-cell analyses
  • Single cell RNA-seq data analysis on the cloud
  • Methods/tools for preprocessing and Imputation of mass spectrometry based proteomics Data
  • CyTOF bioinformatics workshop

Registration & Program

Location:Charles Perkins Centre, The University of Sydney Map
URL:http://www.bis.amsi.org.au/
Created:03 Sep 2019 05:45 am UTC
Modified:29 Oct 2019 04:23 am UTC
By:rmoore
Status:Tentative
Updated: 29 Oct 2019
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