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    University Of Alabama At Birmingham

    What? 6th Annual Translational and Transformative Informatics Symposium (ATTIS 2022) When? April 22, 2022 from 8am-5pm. Why? To offer faculty, postdoc trainees, and graduate students an opportunity to report progress on the latest informatics research and applications in biomedical sciences. Keynote Speakers: Roel Veerhaak, PhD, Prof. and Associate Director of Computational Biology at The Jackson

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    2022 CLIC-Sponsored Hub-Hosted Un-Meeting

    The Genomic Information Commons (GIC) is an NCATS/NIH funded continuously updating, queryable, federated system enabling and promoting clinical and genomic research across eight pediatric hospitals. A GIC goal is to harmonize IT, regulatory and workflow components across sites for sharing genomic and phenotypic data (including EHR data on millions of patients), as well as biospecimen metadata on broadly consented cohorts.

    At this potentially transformative moment, GIC sites seek innovative and collaborative ideas from across the CTSA Consortium

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    Oregon Health and Science University
    This meeting is organized and hosted by the Genomic Data Science Working Group of the National Human Genome Research Institute (NHGRI). The primary purpose of the workshop is to stimulate discussion around the opportunities and obstacles underlying the application of machine learning (ML) methods to basic genome sciences and genomic medicine, to define the key scientific topic areas in genomics
  • UVA-iTHRIV Brain Institute
    University of Virginia

    Transcriptional regulation plays a critical role in many biological processes including cell development and cancer formation. Identification of active enhancers and transcription factors responsible for regulating gene expression is an essential problem in functional genomics. With novel integrative modeling approaches, massive publicly available multi-omics data can be a useful resource for gene

  • 8th Annual Rare Disease Genomics Symposium
    University Of Alabama At Birmingham

    The University of Alabama at Birmingham, Children’s of Alabama, Alabama Rare and the Alabama Genomic Initiative will host the 8th Annual Rare Disease Genomics Symposium via Zoom on Friday, Feb. 26. and Saturday, Feb. 27. This two-day symposium will focus on science and research as well as patient advocacy. The sessions on Friday are focused for medical providers and researchers and the sessions on

  • Columbia University Health Sciences
    Columbia University CTSA Program Hub Innovations:​ Operating a Clinical Research Unit in the COVID-19 Era and Building a COVID-19 Biobank​ Heather Seid, MS, RDN (1); Sheila O’Byrne, PhD (2); Elisabeth DiMaria, MHA (1); Ismael Castaneda, MS, BSN (1); Dianne Frederick (1); Janelle Nunez (1); Ariella Kelin, MSRN (3); Josh Wansley, MSRN (3); Danielle Pendrick, DrPH (4); Jennifer Williamson, MS, MPH (5
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    Virginia Commonwealth University

    The bioinformatics team at the Wright Center for Clinical and Translational Research and VCU Libraries will host a series of workshops focused on introducing attendees to popular genomic databases. An optional Q&A will be provided after each session. A Certificate of Completion will be awarded to participants who register for and attend at least 4 of the 5 sessions, complete the workshop

  • Harvard Medical School

    Omics is a rapidly evolving, multi-disciplinary, and emerging field that encompasses genomics, epigenomics, transcriptomics, proteomics, and metabolomics. Each of these fields offers the possibility to understand and view biology from a global perspective in a way that was previously unthinkable. High-throughput methodologies can rapidly provide a global picture of the processes within cells at

  • Harvard Medical School

    Imaging provides an important window into in vivo organ structure and function and is therefore an ideal tool for human research. When considering which imaging technique best answers a research question, it is important to think about fundamental mechanisms of interest and select the modality or combination of modalities that best captures them. This online course is designed to give the

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    University Of Alabama At Birmingham

    The Center for Clinical and Translational Science (CCTS; UAB Hub) is located in a region of the country heavily burdened by chronic diseases like obesity, diabetes, cancer, stroke and hypertension. The vision of the CCTS is to ameliorate disparities in these and other conditions that disproportionately affect our region, especially in underserved minority and special populations represented both

  • Omics techniques that rapidly analyze large amounts of genomic and other data from an individual cell, tissue or patient could greatly benefit precision medicine, but not without challenges. The Regulatory Science to Advance Precision Medicine Working Group, led by scientists at the University of Rochester Clinical and Translational Science Institute, held a forum in 2017 to examine those