The founding mission of the 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.
CIRC Winter Session
Epigenetics Analysis led by Genomics Research Center (GRC)
Date: Winter 2023, TBD
The Center for Integrated Research Computing (CIRC) Summer School program will have a one-week session focused on Epigenetics Analysis. This will be hosted by the GRC
The workshop will require attendees to use their own computer, use zoom, and have a computing account on BlueHive.
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The Genomics Research Center Bioinformatics team works hard to lead educational seminars and workshops for the community. Often times, there are resources that are available from previous events that may be available. Please contact us if you are interested in obtaining materials.
CIRC Summer School:
RNAseq Analysis led by Genomics Research Center (GRC)
August 16-August 18, 2022
The Center for Integrated Research Computing (CIRC) Summer School program will have a one-week session focused on RNAseq Analysis.
Single Cell Workshop:
April 25-29, 2022
Please contact us to learn more about registration for this workshop.