Events

Towards the Development of Bioinformatics Tools

Join us as Chanin describes the thought process that goes behind the compilation and curation of bioactivity datasets, building machine learning models and deploying it as a web app using Shiny in R. Registration Link: https://harvard.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJYrd-muqT0rGNwxrxKqNwZbo6NPCX3YndfT Bio Chanin Nantasenamat, PhD, works full-time as a Senior Developer Advocate for Streamlit Open Source at Snowflake Inc. where […]

Event Series Data Analysis Club

Data Analysis Club

TMEC 128 260 Longwood Ave, Boston, MA, United States

Have you coded before or know some coding basics, but aren’t sure how to apply those skills to real research? Are you interested in applying advanced bioinformatics pipelines? Do you want […]

Quick and Dirty Data Management: 5 things everyone needs to be doing now

Do you have data? (Who doesn't?!) Start the year off right with five basic things you can do now to manage your data for future happiness. These tools and techniques support practical data management and you can start using them immediately. Work with your personal data or research data, but start working now to ensure […]

CCB Seminar: Unraveling Immunogenomic Diversity in Single-Cell Data

Title: CCB Seminar Series Speaker: Katharina Imkeller, PhD, Group leader Computational Immunology, University Hospital Frankfurt, Germany Topic: Unraveling Immunogenomic Diversity in Single-Cell Data When: Monday, Jan 23 @ 10:00 – […]

NIH Data Management and Sharing Policy: What, Why, and What’s Next

So, you want to write an NIH grant and need to know more about their new policy on Data Management & Sharing Plans? This session will highlight its key elements and changes, give an overview of the background and rationale of the new policy, and help you lay out a path for successfully meeting its […]