The bloody road to better blood tests
Dr Bruce McManus
Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine
Providence Health Care
University of British Columbia, Canada
Wed 1st Oct, 16.00-17.00
2nd floor seminar room
Rayne, 5 University Street
Bioinformatic resources and gene ontology course
Date: 18-19th April 2013
Location: 26 Bedford Way, Cluster Room 316, London WC1H 0DS
Cost: Free, but numbers are limited so please register
This 2-day course aims to provide information about Gene Ontology and other bioinformatic resources, such as Ensembl and UniProt. It will provide practical demonstrations of a number of freely available high-throughput analysis tools that can be used for the analysis of large datasets, such as those derived from proteomic or microarray methodologies.
Attendees may bring in their own datasets for analysis. Annotations created during this course will be added to the GOA database at EBI and will be incorporated, through existing pipelines, into all of the major biological knowledgebases, such as EntrezGene, Ensembl, UniProt and GeneCards. In addition these annotations will be available for use by the majority of high-throughput analysis tools.