UCSC Genome Browser
gateway to whole-genome data

Instructor: Robert Kuhn, PhD

Friday, January 31, 2020

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.*