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The Applied Bioinformatics and Computational Solutions for Genomics Seminars will be held on select Wednesdays from 2:00pm to 3:00pm in Room 168, PLB.  The talks are geared  towards both applied bioinformatics methods, as well as fundamental scientific research obtained through computational methods.  The goal is to provide researchers and students with insight as to how various bioinformatics methods can be employed to tackle a variety of biological research problems, and is no longer strictly limited to "NextGen" related problems.

The current list of scheduled speakers planned for Spring 2015 is as follows:

January 14, 2015John Johnston, Bioinformatics Domain Specialist

Computational Resource Utilization Best Practices - HPCC, iPlant, and Lab-Based

January 28, 2015Jin Chen, PRLData Cleaning in Long Time-series Data: Detecting and Diagnosing Data Abnormalities
February 11, 2015Sebastian Raschka, Kuhn Lab, BMBPractical Data Science - An Introduction to Predictive Modeling, Machine Learning, and Pattern Classification
February 25, 2015Joseph Evans, GLBRCGenomics in a polyploid background:  Detection of natural variation in switchgrass (Panicum virgatum)
March 4, 2015Jeong woon Kim, Buell Lab, PLBGenomics guided plant specialized metabolism study in Catharanthus roseus 
March 18, 2015

Tiong Gim Aw, Rose Lab, FW

Advancing Metagenomics Analysis of Viruses in Water and Food
April 1, 2015Gaurav Moghe , Last Lab, BMBAll in the family: The origins and evolution of acylsugar metabolism in Solanaceae
April 8, 2015Dongyan Zhao, HorticultureLearn from practice: what tells you about a problematic NGS
April 22, 2015Megan Bowman, PLBImproving MAKER Gene Annotations in Grasses through the Use of GC Specific Hidden Markov Models
May 6, 2015John Hamilton, Buell Lab, PLBImprovement of the Genome Assembly of Madagascar Periwinkle






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