This skill building workshop aims to freely integrate available molecular data from global repositories that are pertinent to locally circulating pathogens and apply it to research areas of interest for both the Biological Threat Reduction Program of the US government thru the Defense Threat Reduction Agency.
For a very long time, most bioinformatic tools for handling genome data have been geared toward haploid (or diploid but nearly homozygous) organisms such as humans, bacteria and laboratory strains of model species. As a result, these tools often perform very badly on highly heterozygous diploid or polyploid organisms, which is the case of many non-model and/or marine species.
March 5-8, 2019 See more about this workshop.
The Core Facility for Bioinformatics (CFB) will be hosting its first ever Bioinformatics symposium with the theme, “Building Networks, Creating a Community”. This will be held on March 20, 2019 at the PGC bldg. A. Ma. Regidor St. National Science Complex, UP Diliman, Quezon City, 1101.
The Core Facility for Bioinformatics (CFB) is conducting a workshop on “Genome Assembly, Annotation, and Variant Calling” on March 5 to 8, 2019 at the PGC bldg. A. Ma. Regidor St. National Science Complex, UP Diliman, Quezon City, 1101.
The workshop will cover basic concepts, applications, and workflows that address typical genomics-based problems.
The Philippine Genome Center (PGC) is inviting college students in science and engineering for an internship program in bioinformatics.
RNA-Seq and RAD-Seq Analysis Training and Workshop by the Core Facility for Bioinformatics
A 2-day workshop provided by Dr. Nelzo Ereful, Post-doctoral Researcher (Bioinformatics) at the National Institute of Agricultural Botany, Cambridge, UK
Assembly, Annotation, Variant Calling, and Phylogenetic Analysis of Bacterial Genomes (June 2016) Workshop by the Core Facility for Bioinformatics