The seminar will focus on genomics applications in Agriculture, Health, and Forestry. Topics include Agrigenomics, Entomopathogenomics, Shrimp Pathogenomics, Forest tree genomics, and more.
A talk by Dr. Nora B. Caberoy from Nevada Institute of Personalized Medicine, University of Nevada.
The Philippines continues to witness infectious disease (ID) outbreaks. HIV, TB, malaria and dengue are serious public health concerns, imposing a significant burden on healthcare services.
The workshop will cover basic concepts, applications, and workflows that address typical genomics-based problems.
The Philippine Genome Center (PGC) of the University of the Philippines is opening its doors to students and researchers who would like to have the genome of their bacteria of interest sequenced for free. This is a rare opportunity to understand the genetic make up of the bacteria at no cost.
To commemorate the inauguration of its PGC Building in UP Diliman on September 11, the PGC is organizing a scientific symposium to further expand opportunities for research collaboration with SUCs, HEIs, and research institutes in Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao.
Calling all Grade 11 students from all campuses of the Philippine Science High School System to join PGC’s first Genomics Junior Camp! Visit our website for more information.
The Marine Science Institute with NIMBB and PGC is hosting a talk on August 3, Friday, by Dr. Albert Flavier a Balik Scientist from the University of Houston.
From establishing to sustaining a biobank, Dr. Kyungsook Ahn, education and research head of Korea National Research Resource Center (KNRRC) will share their journey, learnings and conquests, in establishing KNRRC ten (10) years ago.
Dr. de Castro has a PhD in Biochemistry and Genetics (University of Texas Medical Branch), but also trained in the Neurosciences (California Institute of Technology, The Burnham Institute). His current work and interests lie in Cancer Immunology (3R Biosystems), and an advocacy for equitable access to health technologies (UnEMR). He is a Biomedical Informatics consultant of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and a Balik Scientist under a joint research informatics project between UP Manila and UPLB. He has an B.S. MBB degree from UP Diliman.