RNA-seq workshop: from reads to differentially expressed genes

28 March 2022 - 10am
via zoom

Workshops

RNA-seq workshop: from reads to differentially expressed genes

RNA-seq analysis: from reads to differentially expressed genes

Workshop dates/times (Melbourne time): March 28th and 29th 10am-1pm EOI deadline 5pm Monday 14th March Successful applicants notified: Friday 18th March Workshop outline Across 2 days (10am-1pm each day) attendees can expect to gain an understanding of approaches to and practical experience in: quality control of short reads, alignment, gene counts, data normalisation, differential expression and visualisation. Places are limited to encourage discussion and experienced RNA-seq and Galaxy trainers will be present to answer your questions. The workshop materials are based on the following Galaxy training workshops: This training workshop will be conducted using Galaxy. It is important that you are familiar with navigating the Galaxy platform as the workshop will not include introductory content on how to use the platform. Attendance at a previous Galaxy workshop or working through this material is sufficient for attendance. Lead trainers: Jessica Chung (Melbourne Bioinformatics, The University of Melbourne) Tom Harrop (Melbourne Bioinformatics, The University of Melbourne) Who the workshop is for Researchers who have, or will soon acquire, RNAseq short read data that they need to analyse themselves. Due to the limited number of places available at this workshop, places will be allocated based on this expression of interest application. Please complete the registration questions and submit them before the EOI deadline. How to apply The workshop is free but due to anticipated high demand, participation is subject to selection through an expression of interest process. Deadline – 5pm, Monday 14th March Submissions will be reviewed by our training team and all applicants advised of the status of their application (successful, waiting list, unsuccessful) by Friday 18th March For further information, email bioinformatics-training@nullunimelb.edu.au.