The UC Davis Bioinformatics Core also runs training!
Dr. C. Titus Brown, Associate Professor and Moore Data Driven Discovery Investigator, Population Health and Reproduction, UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine.
Titus is a bioinformatician and genomics researcher with expertise in DNA sequencing analysis, non-model organism genomics, software development, and training. He has many interests in open science and reproducibility. (blog, Twitter)
Dr. Phillip T. Brooks, postdoctoral fellow.
Phillip holds a PhD from Michigan State University in Comparative Medicine and Integrative Biology where he worked on interactions between the microbiome and host immune system. He now conducts research in microbiome data analysis and teaching/training in bioinformatics and genomics at the UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine.
Dr. Karen R. Word, postdoctoral fellow.
Karen received her PhD at UC Davis in environmental physiology, examining connections between energy expenditure and stress endocrinology. She now works with Dr. Brown on developing instructional strategies for “training the trainers”, effective computational teaching, and evaluation and assessment.