UCSC Genome Browser
gateway to whole-genome data

Instructor: Robert Kuhn, PhD

Friday, January 31, 2020

Location
Carmichael Building
Michelle Winn Memorial Conference Room, Bay 47, Room 215
300 North Duke Street, Durham, NC 27701


 The UCSC Genome Browser is a display engine for visualizing genomic data covering a large number of data types and experimental protocols. In this one day workshop we will have a general overview of the Browser, followed by advance topics, such as finding data, variants,  remotely hosted data, and RNA-seq and track collections.

Attendees are encouraged to come with questions/problems and own data. The only prerequisite for this workshop is general knowledge of molecular biology/ genomics and a familiarity with web browsers.

This page will be updated as the agenda is finalized.

*Participants should bring a fully charged laptop.*