[dropcap]I[/dropcap]n response to the number one training need identified by the Harvard University community, we will be sponsoring a week-long workshop focused exclusively on the analysis of metagenomic data. This intensive, hands-on course will feature morning and afternoon sessions taught by expert faculty and technical assistants from the Broad, Ragon Institute, Harvard School of Public Health, Stanford University and Washington University, St. Louis. All participants will acquire fundamental computational skills, appropriate study design, data interpretation, and overall literacy in bioinformatics.
When: 14-18, September : Morning Sessions 9:00 – 12:00 | Afternoon Sessions 2:00 – 5:00
Where: Joseph B. Martin Conference Center Harvard Medical School 77 Avenue Louis Pasteur Boston, MA 02115.
Fee: There is a $350 registration fee to offset the costs of providing this 5 day workshop. Breakfast, lunch, and access to Amazon Web Services cloud infrastructure are included. A networking reception will be held for all participants who complete the workshop.
|Monday||Introduction and Fundamentals||Faculty Member||Institution|
|AM||Genomics Study Design||Mike Zody||New York Genome Institute|
|PM||Laboratory and Unix Intro.||Scott Handley||Washington University School of Medicine|
|AM||OTU Picking Strategies and Analysis||Yoshiki Vazquez Baeza and John Chase||Knight and Caparossa Laboratory, UCSD and Northern Arizona University|
|PM||Restarting your Amazon AMI||Yoshiki Vazquez Baeza and John Chase||Knight and Caparossa Laboratory, UCSD and Northern Arizona University|
|AM||Microbial Ecology||Paul J. McMurdie||Second Genome|
|PM||PhyloSeq||Paul J. McMurdie||Second Genome|
|AM||PhyloSeq||Paul J. McMurdie||Stanford University|
|PM||Introduction to Metagenomics||Eric Franzosa and Galeb Abu-Ali||Huttenhower Laboratory, Harvard School of Public Health|
|AM||Metagenomics Laboratory||Eric Franzosa and Galeb Abu-Ali||Huttenhower Laboratory, Harvard School of Public Health|