January 18, 2017

Interested in bioinformatics? Come to TorBUG on January 25

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The Toronto Bioinformatics User Group (TorBUG) will hold its first session of the New Year on January 25. Anyone with an interest in bioinformatics is encouraged to attend and hear from Katie Pollard, Director and Senior Investigator at Gladstone Institutes and Davide Chicco from the University of Toronto.

Event details

January 25, 2017

4-4:15 p.m. Trainee Speaker: Davide Chicco, University of Toronto: “Siamese neural network for prediction of long-range interactions in chromatin”

4:15-5 p.m. Guest Speaker: Katie Pollard, Gladstone Institutes: “Most transcription factors recognize DNA shape”

5-7 p.m. Reception

Location: 160 College St., Toronto, Red Room, Donnelly Centre for Cellular and Biomolecular Research, University of Toronto

A calendar of upcoming TorBUG events can be found at: https://www.google.com/calendar/embed src=q298n32s05bs5l3160afh302hk@group.calendar.google.com

Missed a session? Videos of the latest TorBUG talks are below.

November 25, 2016

TorBUG welcomes Arfon Smith from GitHub on Wednesday, November 30

Torbug - Lecture illustration

The Toronto Bioinformatics User Group (TorBUG) continues on Wednesday, November 30 with another session of leading-edge bioinformatics topics and speakers. TorBUG sessions encourage learning, sharing and networking with colleagues in bioinformatics. All those who are interested are welcome to attend.

Continue reading – TorBUG welcomes Arfon Smith from GitHub on Wednesday, November 30

October 26, 2016

TorBUG continues tonight with speaker Dr. Laura Hug from the University of Waterloo

Torbug - Lecture illustration

The Toronto Bioinformatics User Group (TorBUG) continues this evening with another session of leading-edge bioinformatics topics and speakers. TorBUG sessions encourage learning, sharing and networking with colleagues in bioinformatics. Anyone who is interested is welcome to attend.

Continue reading – TorBUG continues tonight with speaker Dr. Laura Hug from the University of Waterloo