Long-read Data Analysis workshop
The two-day Long-read Data Analysis Workshop aims to introduce attendees to genome assembly using long-read data. As part of this workshop participants will perform a hands-on comparison between short and long-read microbial genome assemblies.
|Sydney||Red Centre, University of NSW||To be confirmed||$330 (plus GST)|
Topics covered by this workshop include:
- Introduction to long-read sequencing
- Practical considerations when performing long-read sequencing and analysis
- Introduction to the command line interface and NGS file formats
- Short and long-read de novo genome assembly (microbial)
- Comparison between short and long-read assemblies
This workshop will be delivered using a mixture of lectures, hands-on practical sessions, and open discussions. A draft timetable will be released shortly.
Long-read Data Analysis workshop is designed for bench scientists, PhD students and early career postdoctoral researchers who are working with or are interested in using long-read data in their research and have little to no bioinformatics experience. The workshop utilises the Linux command-line, although no programming experience is required familiarity will be useful.
- Familiarisation with long read sequencing technology and data
- Gain experience in command line
- Learn how to assemble a microbial genome with long read data
- Perform a comparison of assemblies derived from short and long read data.
- Associate Professor Torsten Seemann – Lead Bioinformatician, Microbial Genomics, Melbourne Bioinformatics and University of Melbourne
Professor Marc Wilkins – Director of Ramaciotti Centre for Genomics and Professor University of NSW
- Dr Nandan Deshpande, UNSW System Biology Initiative
- Associate Professor Torsten Seemann, Melbourne Bioinformatics
- Dr Anna Syme, Melbourne Bioinformatics
- Tonia Russell, Ramaciotti Centre for Genomics
- Katherine Champ, Bioplatforms Australia (email@example.com)
Registration and Payment
Workshop places are limited due to the significant practical component of this workshop. To manage high demand, all workshop applicants are subject to a selection process and must complete the online application. Registrations have been extended and Bioplatforms Australia will be taking applications until the 26th June. Successful applicants will be notified no later than 26th June 2017. The workshop fee of $330.00 (plus GST) covers course material, computer access, lunch and refreshments. If you are unable to apply online please email Katherine Champ at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For further information contact Katherine Champ, email@example.com.
Special thanks to our collaborators at the Ramaciotti Centre for Genomics, Melbourne Bioinformatics and CSIRO.
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