The founding mission of the UR Genomics Research Center (GRC) Bioinformatics group is to enhance UR research employing high-throughput sequencing (HTS) through fostering collaboration and enabling UR investigators to extract maximum information from datasets. We provide many levels of support to the research community, including but not limited to experimental design, service/collaborative analysis, and education/training . All of our computing is conducted using the University's computing resources developed and maintained by CIRC.
Weekly Wilmot Cancer Center Office hours: Tuesdays 2-3pm. Senior Bioinformaticians are available for project consultation.
11/4/2019: GRC's scRNA-Seq Workshop. We hosted a very successful full day workshop focused on hands on single cell RNA-Seq analysis using R/Rstudio and the Seurat framework. If you attended and want to leave us feedback, please take 30 seconds to fill out our survey
09/25/19: RIT: Applied Biomedical Genomics and Bioinformatics at the Genomics Research Center (UNYTE initiative)
09/24/19: WCI Hallmarks Program Meeting: Bioinformatics at the Genomics Research Center
09/11/2019: GRC Meet and Greet with RIT's Genomics course
08/14/2019: Illumina User Group Meeting, title: Bioinformatics at the Genomics Research Center
07/10/2019: Bioinformatics Working Group, title: Mapping and Annotation
04/18/2019: TIGR Journal Club, papers: Transposition of native chromatin for fast and sensitive epigenomic profiling of open chromatin, DNA-binding proteins and nucleosome position and Cicero Predicts cis-Regulatory DNA Interactions from Single-Cell Chromatin Accessibility Data
01/30/2019: Chromatin Collective Meeting, title: ATAC-Seq at the Genomics Research Center
7/9-7/10 and 7/16-7/16 2018: RNA-Seq Workshop Jackie Myers co-hosted with Matt McCall and Andrew McDavid