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Introduction to the Analysis of Deep Sequencing Data using CLC bio’s Genomics Workbench and Genomics Server

An Introduction to the Analysis of Deep Sequencing Data using CLC bio’s Genomics Workbench and Genomics Server Presented by Rob Mervis, Field Applications Scientist at CLC bio March 20th at 10am in Holden Auditorium This will be an...

NCBI's ClinVar

Interested in integrating data from clinical genetic testing and the literature in a single place? ClinVar aggregates information from a variety of sources about sequence variation and its relationship to human health in a single centralized...

Genetics in Primary Care Institute

The Genetics in Primary Care Institute (GPCI), a 3 year cooperative agreement between the Health Resources & Services Administration Maternal & Child Health Bureau and the American Academy of Pediatrics was established to address the "need to capitalize on this increased understanding as well as advancements in related technologies, so that quality personalized medicine—providing care that is tailored to the unique genetic traits and needs of the individual—can become the standard of care."

Rare Disease Day

Today is Rare Disease Day - an opportunity to improve awareness of rare diseases and improve support of research and support efforts for patients and their families.

NIH launches online genetics course

The new online course presents a nice foundation of information and is targeted to social and behavioral scientists who wish to engage in transdisciplinary collaborations with a genetic component -

Tutorials and lecture materials from NCBI and NHGRI

I am constantly surprised by the amount of great instructional material available in topics related to genomics and bioinformatics.