Research Announcements

2018 Bioinformatics Intensive Internship

NM-INBRE and NCGR sponsored workshop

 What

Free 6-week bioinformatics internship.

Topics covered:

  • Unix
  • Sequencing Essentials
  • Genome and Transcriptome Assembly
  • Annotation
  • Variants
  • Differential Expression
  • Pathway Analysis
  • Visualization
  • Metagenomics

Where

National Center for Genome Resources (NCGR) and home of the New Mexico IDeA Networks of Biomedical Research Excellence (INBRE) Sequencing and Bioinformatics Core (SBC).  Located at 2935 Rodeo Park Dr. East, Santa Fe, NM, 87505

When

June 18 thru July 27, 2018

Space is limited. Only serious students should apply who can complete the duration of the internship. Certificates of completion to be awarded to students who complete the full 6-weeks.

Who

This program is geared towards undergraduate and graduate biology students who have minimal or no bioinformatics experience.

How

Complete our short application and have your mentor provide a letter of recommendation before midnight, Sunday, April 29, 2018. 

Download Details and Application

If any questions after reviewing application, contact Lisana Chavez, Program Associate LCHAVEZ@NCGR.ORG

 

Community Based Participatory Research Workshop

May 23, 2018
9:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
College of Public Health, Room 3013

This workshop is for those interested in learning about community engaged research, finding a mentor, or becoming a mentor for someone who is utilizing community engaged research approaches from the academic (faculty or staff) or community partner perspectives.

Although there is no charge to attend, registration is required.  Contact Heather Braddock email or 402-552-2260 for information

Key Components for Mentoring Clinical & Behavioral Research

Special Topics Seminar

May 17, 2018
12-1 p.m.
Michael F Sorrell Center, Room 2010

Mentoring is no small task — and mentoring scholars working in the diverse areas of clinical and behavioral research comes with its unique circumstances and challenges. Discover ways to help align expectations, assess understanding, address equity and inclusion, foster independence, and more.
Speaker: Dr. Lani (Chi Chi) Zimmerman, Professor, CON

This event is sponsored by the Faculty Mentoring Program.  If you have questions please contact Dr. Rowan Zetterman.

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