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December 13, 2012

Seminar: 13/12/2012 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
BRC MH Bioinformatics seminar - Dr Gareth Williams, KCL "A searchable cross-platform gene expression database reveals connections between drug treatments and disease"
Dr Gareth Williams, KCL "A searchable cross-platform gene expression database reveals connections between drug treatments and disease" Background Transcriptional data covering multiple platforms and species is collected and processed into a searchable platform independent expression database (SPIED). SPIED consists of over 100,000 expression fold profiles defined independently of control/treatment assignment [...]


November 30, 2012

Seminar: 30/11/2012 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
BRC MH Bioinformatics seminar – Dr. Matt Davies "Machine Learning Approaches to the Metabolome" and Dr. James Swingland "1-D Spatial modelling of gene expression data"
Dr. Matt Davies - "Machine Learning Approaches to the Metabolome" Human metabolic variation is distributed along a continuum reflecting the complex interplay of genetic and environmental factors. Technologies that allow the collection of highly dimensional datasets in standardized fashion are offering new promise for the discovery of disease biomarkers and [...]


October 30, 2012

Workshop: 30/10/2012 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
BRC MH Bioinformatics Workshop October 2012 - NOW IN IoP COMPUTER ROOM B - A gentle introduction to R, how to load in data and produce summary statistics
A gentle introduction to R – how to load in data and produce summary statistics Following the BRC Bioinformatics seminar on Tuesday 30th October we will have the first in a series of tutorials on data analysis. In this first tutorial we will demonstrate how to load data into R [...]


Seminar: 30/10/2012 @ 3:30 pm - 4:00 pm
BRC MH Bioinformatics seminar - Dr. Thomas Schlitt - Two network analysis approaches for the identification of disease associated genes
Two network analysis approaches for the identification of disease associated genes I will describe two protein/gene network analysis methods that we have developed for the identification of disease associated genes. While BioGranat-IG aims to identify related genes carrying functional mutations for a number of patients, region growing analysis (RGA) aims [...]


June 13, 2012

Training: 13/06/2012 @ 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Introduction to the BRC Cluster
This course provides a hands-on introduction to the BRC cluster.


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