Introduction to EMBL-EBI Bioinformatics Resources - Beijing, China
This workshop provides an overview of the services provided by the European Bioinformatics Institute (EMBL-EBI), covering several data resources and the research they support. The event is a mix of lectures, discussion and practical sessions drawing on case studies using public data.
The practical session explores functional genomics data resources, covering search, retrieval and interpretation of data from Ensembl, ArrayExpress and the Gene Expression Atlas.
Our workshop concludes with a discussion of key opportunities and challenges in the field.
This course is aimed at a general scientists audience working within the SBM including both research scientists (professors, group leaders, principle investigators, PostDocs and bioinformaticians etc.) and students (postgraduate and undergraduate).
Tools and Resources
During this event you will learn about:
- Genomics : EBI search and Ensembl browsing
- Transcriptomics: ArrayExpress and Gene Expression Atlas
|Day 1 - 28 October 2013|
|10:00||Overview of the EMBL-European Bioinformatics Institute; The Hub for Bioinformatics in Europe||Jing Su|
|11:00||Questions and Answers||Jing Su|
|13:00||An Introduction to the EBI Resources: EBI Search and Ensembl Quick Tour||Jing Su|
|14:45||An Introduction to the EBI Resources: Functional Genomics||Jing Su|
|16:30||Open Discussion||Jing Su|
|17:00||Feedback and close of event|
This event is available for the School of Basic Medicine Peking Union Medical College (SBM), Institute of Basic Medical Sciences Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences (IBMS) staff.