Oct. 5 - Different types of high-throughput sequencing and their applications in biology and medicine
Oct 05, 2023
from 02:00 PM to 04:00 PM
|Kosair for Kids Clinical and Translational Research Buildng 101/102
|Juw Won Park
graduate students and postdocs in cancer studies, biology, genetics or bioinformatics researchers in academia or industry who are using high-throughput sequencing in their work. Also,clinicians who are interested in using HTS to diagnose and treat diseases and bioinformaticians who are responsible for analyzing HTS data.
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Four UofL faculty presenters:
Lead speaker Juw Won Park, Ph.D., associate professor of the Department of Medicine, director of the Center for Integrative Environmental Health Sciences Biostatistics and Informatics Facility Core, director of Brown Cancer Center Bioinformatics Core and a faculty member of the Kentucky IDeA Networks of Biomedical Research Excellence Bioinformatics Core, and his colleagues will discuss their research interest in bioinformatics and computational genomics which requires high-performance computing.
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