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Day 1: Monday, May 22, 2017

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Kelch Conference Room (1289 CBRB)8:00-8:30Check In – Coffee and Tea provided 

 

Kelch Conference Room (1289 CBRB)8:30-8:45Course OverviewDiana Kolbe, PhD 
Kelch Conference Room (1289 CBRB)8:45-9:45

Bioinformatics Talk: Analysis of microbiome data

Levi Waldron, PhD

Analysis of Microbiome Data
1st floor CBRB Lobby9:45-10:00Break  
Kelch Conference Room (1289 CBRB)10:00-11:00

Bioinformatics Talk: Meta-genomics study

Effect of freshwater mussels on the vertical distribution of anaerobic ammonia oxidizers and other nitrogen-transforming microorganisms in upper Mississippi river sediment

Ellen Black, PhD Candidate

 

Kelch Conference Room (1289 CBRB)11:00-:12:00

Bioinformatics Talk: Copy Number Variation Analysis in Gene Panel Sequencing

GongXin Yu, PhD

Copy Number Variation Analysis in Gene Panel Sequencing

Hardin Library Information Commons East12:15-1:15

Lunch

  • Heirloom Salad Company: Fruit and nut salad with mango cilantro dressing; Mediterranean salad with balsamic vinaigrette dressing (all salads and dressings are vegan friendly)
  • Assorted fresh fruit and cocktail sandwiches

*NOTE the location for lunch is at the Harden Library Information Commons East

  
Hardin Library Information Commons East1:30 - 5:00 PM

Interactive Workshop I: RNA-seq alignment and quantification

IIHG Faculty/Staff 

Day 2: Tuesday, May 23, 2017

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Time

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Kelch Conference Room (1289 CBRB)9:00-10:00

Bioinformatics Talk: Single cell RNAseq in mouse cochlea

Paul Ranum, PhD Candidate

 
1st floor CBRB Lobby10:00-10:15Break  
Kelch Conference Room (1289 CBRB)10:15-11:15Bioinformatics Talk: Comparative analysis of RNAseq analysis workflows
Claire Williams, PhD CandidateOptimizing differential expression analysis of RNA-Seq data
Kelch Conference Room (1289 CBRB)11:15-12:00

Bioinformatics Talk: Re-sampling: cross-validation, bootstrap, and permutations

Levi Waldron, PhDResampling methods
1st Floor CBRB (outside of Kelch)12:00-1:00

Lunch: Z’Mariks Noodle Café

  • Z’veggie tuscana pasta and veggies (vegan)
  • Z’udon noodles and veggies (vegan)
  • Z’teriyaki veggies and rice (vegan)
  • Z’fajita chicken, veggies, and rice
  • Z’greek salad
  • Z’garden salad
  
Hardin Library Information Commons East1:30 - 5:00 PM

Interactive Workshop II: Exploring differential expression in R

IIHG Faculty/Staff 

Day 3: Wednesday, May 24, 2017

Location

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Kelch Conference Room (1289 CBRB)10:15-11:15

Bioinformatics Talk: Tissue-specific functional annotation for genetic variation based on machine learning and multi-omics data integration

Kevin Vervier, PhD

 
Kelch Conference Room (1289 CBRB)11:15-12:00Bioinformatics Talk: QIN - integrating clinical imaging, molecular data, and machine learning for cancer outcomes

Tom Casavant, PhD and/or Terry Braun, PhD

 
1st Floor CBRB (outside of Kelch)12:00-1:00

Lunch: Oasis Falafel House

  • Falafel pita sandwich (vegan friendly)
  • Falafel pita sandwich with chicken shawarma
  • Couscous (vegan friendly)
  • Chickpea salad (vegan friendly)
  • Tabbouleh (vegan friendly)
  
Hardin Library Information Commons East1:30 - 5:00 PM

Interactive Workshop III: Ingenuity Pathway Analysis (IPA)

Ingenuity® Pathway Analysis (IPA®) is a powerful analysis and search tool that uncovers the significance of 'omics data and identifies new targets or candidate biomarkers within the context of biological systems. If you're working with 'omics experiments, such as RNA-seq, small RNA-seq, microarrays including miRNA and SNP, metabolomics and proteomics, you can use IPA for biological interpretation.  Access to IPA is made possible by the IIHG Iowa Institute of Human Genetics.

This hands-on workshop is geared towards NEW users of IPA and will focus on uploading data, running a core analysis, and interpreting the results.

Jeffrey Knight, PhD, Field Application Scientist, QIAGEN Bioinformatics
  • Login to your IPA account at least 48 hours before the training to ensure that you do not have any technical issues
    • IPA Login
    • If you forgot your password, you can reset it on the login page.  Your user name is your institution email address.
    • If you experience any technical issues, please contact the IPA support team at 650.381.5111 or support@ingenuity.com to resolve the issue prior to the training
  • Bring your laptop to the training session if you would like to use your own computer. 
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