CBC Newsletter May 2017

May 2017 - Updates from the ISG Computational Biology Core (CBC)
Group Data Therapy Sessions - Biweekly on Fridays at 10:00am!
We welcome beginners and advanced users to generate a productive discussion.  To get an idea of the group size (and your general interests) - we have a very quick survey.  We generally meet in BioPharm 203 (Storrs).  
We will be hosting our first UCH Data Therapy Session to provide an introduction to HPC and specifically theXanadu cluster on Friday, June 2nd at 10:00am.  
The following session (June 16th) will focus on Metatranscriptomics and will held at back in BioPharm 203 in Storrs.
Announcing Bioinformatics Summer Workshops
CBC Workshops are offered across two full days (cost: $700).  They are open to advanced undergraduates, graduate students, postdocs, and faculty.  Each class enrolls a maximum of 10 students and provides hands-on training and background for genomics data analysis.  Use the following survey to tell us about the training you or your group members need.
You can sign-up for two courses offered this summer:
RNA-Seq: Experimental Design and Analysis
Dates: July 20-21 2017, 9-5pm
Location: Beach Hall, Storrs Campus
ChIP-Seq: Experimental Design and Analysis
Dates: August 24-25 2017, 9-5pm
Location: Beach Hall, Storrs Campus
The CBC is now hosting five commercial floating licenses for the Geneious software package.  To access these licenses - please follow the instructions posted here:
To learn more about Geneious, visit: http://www.geneious.com
Need Pathways?  Access GeneXPlain!
The CBC is hosting a site license for the GeneXPlain web-based platform that can be accessed here: http://genexplain.cam.uchc.edu/bioumlweb/
Login e-mail is your CAM username.
Note: You will need a UCH account (also known as a CAM account) to access Geneious and GeneXPlain. 
To obtain a UCH CAM account - go here: http://bioinformatics.uconn.edu/contact-us/ (select UCH)
Need support?
Starting a new project or have one on the horizon?  Need a consultation, hardware access, or a piece of software installed on thecluster?  Fill out the account request/support form:
Want help from the comfort of your office? Ping us on our new Slack channel.  Anyone with a uconn.edu OR a uchc.edu address can join #bioinformatics_help using (uconn-cbc.slack.com)
Upcoming proposal? 
Request a letter from the CBC, Center for Genome Innovation (CGI), and/or the new Proteomics Core:
Recently published a manuscript that benefited from support or hardware at the CBC?  Please tell us!
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