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NCI K Grant Writing Workshop

 Starts: Thursday, April 1, 2021

The K Grant Writing workshop to assist fellows preparing K22 or K99/R00 applications.  This free workshop is held on Thursday afternoons at 3 p.m. and occurs for 2 hours per week from April 1 - May 27, 2021.  See more details here.

Calendar of Events and Trainings

Bioinformatics Training and Education Program (BTEP): Single-cell RNA-Seq Analysis on NIDAP

Thursday, April 8, 2021 at 2:00pm

This course will teach you the basics of how to perform Single-cell RNA-Seq Analysis on NIDAP. The course consists of recorded lectures and video tutorials, with a live Discussion webinar you will attend after completing the tutorials. Click here for Details & Registration

Bioinformatics Training and Education Program (BTEP): ATAC-Seq/ChIP-Seq Data Analysis in Partek Flow

Thursday, April  8, 2021 at 2:00pm

This is the first class in the NIH Library Introduction to R Series. This class provides a basic overview of the functionality of RStudio, including how to import data, create scripts, and run code. R is a programming language and open source environment for statistical computing and graphics. The R class series is a comprehensive collection of training sessions offered by the NIH Library Data Services and Bioinformatics programs that is designed to teach non-programmers how to write modular code and to introduce best practices for using R for data analysis and data visualization. Each class uses both evidence-based best practices for programming and practical hands-on lessons. https://btep.ccr.cancer.gov/.

Bioinformatics Training and Education Program (BTEP): Machine Learning in Genomics

Tuesday, April 13 and Wednesday, April 14, 2021 at 11am - 4pm

The primary purpose of the workshop is to stimulate discussion around the opportunities and obstacles underlying the application of machine learning (ML) methods to basic genome sciences and genomic medicine, to define the key scientific topic areas in genomics that could benefit from ML analyses and NHGRI’s unique role at the convergence of genomic and ML research.  Click here for Details & Registration

 

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