27-28 April 2020
0900 - 1700
Cluster 515, Sir James Black Building (formally West Medical Building)
Pawel Herzyk, Richard Burchmore, Gavin Blackburn, Ronan Daly, Graham Hamilton, and Clement Regnault
A two-day course aimed at familiarizing participants with the basis and application of various omics disciplines: genomics, transcriptomics, metabolomics, proteomics, and bioinformatics. Each of the omics disciplines will be covered by a lecture and a practical bioinformatics session. By the end of the course users should understand, for each omics level: the basis of the discipline, the instrumentation used to generate high-throughput biological data, key applications, and how to visualize the resulting data using commonly used software packages. Participants will also be aware of how different large-scale data sets can be integrated in order to obtain better biological inference, and appreciate the nature of other modern challenges in bioinformatics.
Research students and staff who wish to deepen their understanding of high throughput data generation and analysis.
Rachael Munro, Glasgow Polyomics
Registration and enquiries
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