Bioinformatics Sequencing Microarray Education About

Education

Seminars, workshops, and short courses are offered through the Center for Computational Genomics.

The Center for Computational Genomics, a multi-disciplinary initiative that has been awarded competitive funding from the University leadership, including the Provost and President's offices, supports research and education in the field of Computational Genomics.

Combined with the formidable research talent in the university, these initiatives round out the growing and diverse genomics expertise and resources at Johns Hopkins.

Q&A Sessions

The Experimental and Computational Genomics Core (ECGC) will be hosting monthly, topic-based Q&A Sessions to provide researchers with an opportunity to hear more about the core’s services and how these services will help facilitate your research goals.

All sessions will be held at 3PM on the first Wednesday of every month via Zoom. Each session begin with a 15 minutes presentation followed by 30 minutes of open question and answer time. Topics will include: RNA seq, ChIP seq, Bisulfite RRBS, MBDseq, miRNA, ATAC seq, Single cell RNA seq, VDJ/TCR seq, Whole Exome seq, Whole genome seq, Microbiome profiling, Targeted amplicon seq, Data analysis custom projects, Gene expression arrays, and DNA methylation arrays.

***The first ECGC Q&A Session focused on RNAseq. Slides can be found here, for those who were unable to attend the session.

Upcoming dates and topics:

  • March 3rd - Whole Exome
  • April 7- Microbiome
  • Please email ECGC@jhu.edu for information on how to access the webinar series.  

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Seminars and Courses

More information can be found at genomics.jhu.edu.

Send an email to genomics@jhu.edu to be added to our events announcement list! This includes genomics-related seminars, courses, and workshops anywhere at JHU. Contact us to have your event added to the announcements.