I am pleased to announce that we will be running a two-week summer
workshop on analyzing high-throughput sequencing data! This workshop
will run from June 26-July 8th, 2017, and it is an continuation of the
two-week NGS workshop run at Michigan State University since 2010.
(You can read about the ...
This March, Andreas Hejnol invited me to give a
talk in Bergen, Norway, and as part of the trip I arranged to also
give a trial workshop on "computational reproducibility" at the University
in Oslo, where my friend & colleague Lex Nederbragt works.
When I decided to move to UC Davis, I was also
seizing the opportunity to dramatically expand my training efforts. At
Davis, it was made clear to me that I could substitute skills training
-- in whatever guise I chose -- for my for-credit teaching; in
consequence, I'd asked for money ...
On Friday, Emily Dolson, a doctoral student at Michigan State
University in Charles Ofria's lab, walked a bunch of us through d3.js
for data visualization. Crucially,
she did this from Michigan, and in addition to a local classroom,
taught three other classrooms -- one in Florida, one in Virginia ...
Continuing our efforts to bring bioinformatics training to a wider
audience while maintaining small class sizes, we're trying something
new! This Friday at noon Eastern/9am Pacific, Emily Dolson will be teaching a half day d3.js
lesson to a class at Michigan State ...