New this year: Learn hands-on how to handle big data sets!

Click on the title below for more information or to register for the hands-on portion of the workshop (space is limited).

Recognizing that modern research in cell biology relies increasingly on quantitative analysis of large data sets, we want to give meeting attendees (particularly graduate students and postdoctoral fellows) direct and useful exposure to these important topics. Each workshop, offering practical skills training to analyze large data sets, will begin with a one-hour introduction to the topic open to all attendees, followed by a hands-on, two-and-half-hour workshop (preregistration is required for the hands-on portion).

Computational Methods for RNA Sequencing Analysis

Presenters: Manuel Garber and Alper Kucukural, UMASS Medical School Sunday
, December 13 3:00 pm-6:30 pm


Quantitative Analysis and Visualization of Signaling Networks

Presenters: John Albeck and Michael Pargett, University of California, Davis Monday, December 14 3:00 pm-6:30 pm  

Image Analysis in Quantitative Microscopy

Supported by Hamamatsu Corporation Presenters: Mark Bray and Anne Carpenter, Broad Institute of Harvard and MIT Tuesday, December 15 3:00 pm-6:30 pm

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