As part of our Summer Institute in Data Intensive Biology, we will be running nine week-long computational workshops from July 10 to July 17 at the University of California, Davis.
Week 1: July 10-15
- Genome Wide Association Study Workshop - Tamer Mansour and Erica Scott
- Undergraduate Curriculum Hackathon
- Introduction to Python - Emily Dolson
- Reproducible research with R/Data Hackathon - Chris Hamm
- Cloud Training Materials Development - Daniel Standage and Luiz Irber
Week 2: July 17-21
- Introduction to Transposon Insertion Sequencing Analysis (TNSeq/INSeq) - Mark Mandel
- Environmental Metagenomics - Harriet Alexander
- Non-model RNAseq, bring your own data - Tessa Pierce, Jane Khudyakov, and Lisa Cohen
- Introduction to R - Michael Koontz
All workshops will take place at UC Davis; please see the venue information for details.
Workshops may extend into the evening hours; please plan on devoting the entire time to the workshop. Workshops are $350/wk.
On-campus housing information is available for approximately $400/wk, which includes breakfast and dinner. Housing registration currently closes April 26th.
Registration links for each workshop are under the workshop description; housing is linked there as well, and must be booked separately. Attendees of both weeks of workshops may book housing for both weeks, and attendees of the two-week introductory bioinformatics workshop, ANGUS may book a full four weeks of housing.
For questions about registration, travel, invitation letters, or other general topics, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. For workshop specific questions, contact the instructors (e-mail links are under each workshop).