by Marcy Vana - April 6, 2017
A scientist from Partek will be on campus to lead a methylation array data analysis workshop on April 18th. The workshop will run from 9:30-11:30 in Farrell Learning and Teaching Center, Room 404. This workshop will be hands-on, so please bring a laptop. Partek Genomics Suite trial licenses will be provided if needed.
by Maze Ndonwi - March 3, 2017
Olin Library has renewed the ChemOffice Professional site license and continues to make it freely available to all in the Washington University community.
by Marcy Vana - October 6, 2016
A scientist from QIAGEN will be on campus to lead an Ingenuity Pathway Analysis (IPA) training workshop on Wednesday, October 19th. The workshop will run from 12:30-3:30 in Holden Auditorium and will be hands-on, so please bring your laptop.
by Maze Ndonwi - September 16, 2016
Becker Library will host a workshop for RNA-Seq data analysis in Partek Flow on September 29, 2016, in Farrell Learning and Teaching Center - Holden Auditorium. This workshop is free and open to all at WUSTL.
by Maze Ndonwi - August 1, 2016
A Field Application Scientist from Partek will be at WUSM on August 9, 2016 to lead a full day workshop that will provide hands-on training on RNA-Seq data analysis in Partek Flow.
by Maze Ndonwi - April 26, 2016
To honor requests from Researchers on campus, Becker Library and the McDonnell Genome Institute are investigating whether sufficient interest exits to support a group or site license for Human Gene Mutation Database (HGMD).
by Maze Ndonwi - March 18, 2016
A Field Application Scientist from Partek will lead a full day training workshop on March 31, 2016, at WUSM in the Farrell Learning and Teaching Center Room 602, focused on Microarray and NGS data analysis in Partek® Genomics Suite with Pathway.
by Maze Ndonwi - February 29, 2016
Becker Library and the Center for High Performance Computing (CHPC) are pleased to announce that a group license agreement for Partek Flow has been finalized and the application is now available on the CHPC cluster to the WUSM research community.